A former Jabiru resident and Director of West Arnhem College has been appointed as the NT Department of the Chief Minister’s Regional Director - Jabiru, bringing a wealth of local knowledge and networks to the newly created role.
The Northern Territory and Commonwealth Governments, Energy Resources of Australia (ERA), the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and the Northern Land Council are continuing to plan for the future of Jabiru.
The Urapuntja Health Service Aboriginal Corporation at Utopia has received a $64,000 Community Champions grant for their men’s activity and retail centre.
The Next Gen NT program was launched in Yirrkala recently to deliver a 15-week AFL program to boys and girls aged 11-15 throughout East Arnhem Land.
The 2016 Chief Minister’s Awards for Excellence in the Public Sector received a record number of 92 nominations, with judges praising the very high quality of entries.
The Northern Territory Government has released the Multicultural Participation Framework 2016-19, as part of its plan to ensure a strong, socially inclusive and cohesive society.
An outstanding selection of books highlighting Northern Territory history has been shortlisted for the 2016 Chief Minister’s Northern Territory History Book Awards.
Darwin’s rich and diverse multicultural community takes centre stage this Saturday at the Darwin Waterfront Harmony Soiree.
You can now apply for the 2016 Resilient Australia Awards, recognising projects that strengthen and prepare communities for natural disasters.
The Northern Territory Government, Northern Land Council (NLC) and Commonwealth have all committed to the settlement of one of the longest running and complex land claims under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act.