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Desert Mob 2018 is coming to the Araluen Arts Centre this September

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre along with Desart present Desert Mob 2018, one of the nation’s most anticipated Aboriginal art and cultural events.

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Innovative pilot in Galiwin'ku Community Library: classifying library collections according to local cultural concepts

A revolutionary new classification system is changing the way the remote community of Galiwin’ku on Elcho Island utilises their local community library.

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Higgins failed to deliver

The new $25 million rugby league facility at Warren Park will be a much needed home for local rugby league and is creating over 100 jobs for locals.

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Territory Day 40th anniversary - Photography Exhibition a Snapshot of Yirrkala Family and Culture

Territory Day grant recipient Gurrutu'mi Mala Wungili - Family on Country Portrait Project is on display at the Live Darwin Hub, Smith Street Mall.

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Local Arts Community Show Support for Anzac Hill Precinct as the Site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

Members of the Alice Springs art community have come forward in support of the Anzac Hill Precinct as the preferred site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery.

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Lindy Chamberlain’s story brought to life in new play at the Araluen Arts Centre

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre will present Letters to Lindy, a brand-new work from award-winning playwright, Alana Valentine, this August as part of a national tour.

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National Indigenous Music Awards Celebrating Australia’s Best Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Performers

Musical achievements of Australia’s best Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers was celebrated at the 15th National Indigenous Music Awards in Darwin last night.

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Turbocharging Tourism: First of its Kind Charter Brings Japanese Visitors to the Top End

Territory Labor Government is investing a record $103 million into Turbocharging Tourism to attract more visitors, create more local jobs and put more money into the pockets of Territorians.

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Boosting Tourism and Creating Jobs: Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, yesterday officially opened the 12th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair transforming Darwin into an internationally recognised epicentre of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island culture, art, fashion, music and food.

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Entertainment for 2018 Alice Springs Masters Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies

2018 will mark the fourth decade of the running of the Games. The Alice Springs Masters Games are as popular as ever drawing back thousands of people to the Centre for the week-long festivities.