It’s important for you, your family and your community to be enrolled to vote. Governments need this information to know what services are needed in your community like roads, health clinics and schools.
The Northern Territory Government is committed to breaking the cycle of youth crime and antisocial behaviour in Alice Springs.
As part of this year’s Australia Day celebrations, Celebrating Aboriginal Culture (Australia Day) Grants were available to individuals, organisations and businesses.
A Regional Deal for the Barkly Region has been confirmed with a $60 million commitment from the Commonwealth Government, the Northern Territory Government and the Barkly Regional Council.
Three Territory students will explore the Northern Territory and the State of Hawaii’s shared military history when they embark on the inaugural 2018 Chief Minister’s Peace in the Pacific study tour.
The NT Government is empowering remote communities with the signing of a Local Decision Making Agreement in Groote Eylandt today.
The government has released the most significant plan in history to tackle anti-social behaviour in Darwin, the Northern Suburbs and Palmerston.
The Climate Change Discussion Paper, released by the Northern Territory Government shines a light on how we all have a part to play in managing the impacts of this important issue.
Are you aware of the government’s strategy for early childhood development, Starting Early for a Better Future? Launched in April this year, it will shape decision making about our children over the next ten years.
The NT Government welcomes the initial response by governments to the Final Report of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.Child sexual abuse will not be tolerated - no matter how long ago it happened.