The Northern Territory Government has taken a major step towards securing the future of Jabiru releasing a call for Expressions of Interest inviting innovative commercial proposals to build, own and operate a new power station in Jabiru.
The Paspalis Innovation Investment Fund has announced they will make an investment into the Arnhem Space Centre, which will be launching NASA rockets in 2020.
Are you an Aboriginal community-led organisation or corporation that provides services to remote Aboriginal communities or are looking to in the future?
Would you like to have an event, activity or project to celebrate Aboriginal Culture for Australia Day in 2020? Apply for a grant with the Office of Aboriginal Affairs to help celebrate and recognise Aboriginal culture, language and history – past, present and future, our way this Australia Day.
Territory businesses and workers are encouraged to focus on and raise awareness of work health and safety during National Safe Work Month in October. This year’s national theme is ‘Be a Safety Champion’ - workers, employers and organisations can all champion work health and safety at their workplace.
The recently-released Civic and State Square Masterplan reflects our unique history, culture and lifestyle and establishes a beautiful green heart in Darwin City. The Masterplan maps out how the city centre will be revitalised and transformed into a cool and shady oasis, with work starting in late 2019.
The Northern Territory Government and the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation have announced a new partnership, Jabiru Kabolkmakmen Ltd (JKL), a company that will guide the Jabiru township in its transition to a post-mining future.
The Northern Territory Government is supporting local decision making for remote communities, including Baniyala, where residents this week celebrated the 11th anniversary of the Blue Mud Bay decision.
Have Your Say is the Northern Territory Government online engagement platform. Part of a robust democracy is real public participation, and Have Your Say provides inclusive and transparent engagement while forging constructive relationships between government and the community.
Nearly 200 Aboriginal leaders gathered in Alice Springs this month for the 2019 Aboriginal Leadership and Governance Forum.