Developing the Centre - April 2016

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Department of Correctional Services installs the Field of Light

Department of Correctional Services’ Community Work parties installed the 50,000 solar-powered light spheres to create the Field of Light exhibition in Uluru.

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Boosting Our Economy

A total of $5.5 million will be invested in schools throughout Central Australia as part of the Northern Territory Government’s exciting Boosting our Economy package.

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Northern Territory visitors spend $2 billion in 2015

Spending by domestic and international visitors to the Northern Territory last year hit $2 billion for the first time in six years.

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Open Territory in Central Australia

Centralian businesses wanting to increase capabilities and raise their profiles have a range of options coming up thanks to the inaugural Open Territory program of events.

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Tangentyere Council’s Women’s Safety Group introductory meeting with Assistant Commissioner Jeanette Kerr

Northern Territory Police meet regularly with Tangentyere Council to discuss issues relating to family violence in town camps.

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Foster carer recruitment team visit Alice Springs

Foster carer recruitment team visit Alice Springs

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Hatches Creek tender awarded to Alice Springs company

A tender to supply and install chain link boundary fence at the Pioneer Mine Site, Hatches Creek in Tennant Creek, has been awarded to local company Sonwane Pty Ltd trading as Tangentyere Constructions.

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Booming industry in Alice

Prisoners in the Alice Springs Correctional Centre have put skills learnt in their training programs to use in the restoration of a historic 25 pound World War II gun.

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Larapinta Drive / Lovegrove Drive intersection upgrade

The $4.5 million project funded by the Northern Territory Government to improve the busy Larapinta Drive / Lovegrove Drive intersection is progressing well and should be completed by June 2016.

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World class netball facility for Alice Springs

The Northern Territory Government has announced a $6.25 million redevelopment of the Pat Gallagher Netball Centre which will include four new, fully sprung courts in an enclosed stadium.