Developing the Centre - December 2017

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Dates double in the sun

The harvest of dates in the desert is set to double this year thanks to a Northern Territory Government program rewarding innovative businesses.

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Operation Shulton

Northern Territory Police last week launched Operation Shulton, a whole of government intelligence-led approach to target anti-social behaviour and associated crime during the summer months in Alice Springs.

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Desert Mob 2017 Achieves Highest Sale Records in 27 Years

Desert Mob 2017 has recorded its highest sale records in its 27-year history with an unprecedented $1 million in total sales recorded.

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Summer in Alice – school holiday calendar now available

Young people in Alice Springs will soon be on the receiving end of a summer filled with fun and activities aimed at building confidence and resilience.

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Safety and environmental works continue in Tennant Creek

The Territory Government continues to address safety and environmental issues around legacy mines in Tennant Creek.

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Central Australia showcases mining and exploration opportunities

Tennant Creek and Alice Springs are gearing up as service and supply hubs for the mining sector to support several major mining projects scheduled to come online in the next five years in Central Australia

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NT Government strikes Big Bash cricket deal for Alice Springs

In a huge boost for Central Australian tourism and sport, the popular KFC Big Bash League (BBL) and the Rebel Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) cricket will come to Alice Springs in January 2018 and 2019.

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Power and Water secures water supply for Central Australian community

Power and Water has recently upgraded Imanpa’s existing bores to secure water supply for the remote Central Australian water stressed community.