Developing the Centre - February 2017

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Resources search will focus on Barkly

A recently-announced geoscience program aims to attract investment in mineral and energy exploration and development in the Barkly region.

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It’s Back to School time!

More than 33,000 government school students returned to the classroom this week, ready for another successful year of learning.

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R.E.D Centre up and running

In a very exciting development for the Central Australia Health Service, the new Alice Research Education and Training Development (R.E.D) Centre is now operational at Alice Springs Hospital.

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Nominate a nurse or midwife today!

The countdown is on with only five weeks remaining to submit a nomination for this year’s Northern Territory Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards.

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Amy Winehouse tribute brings in New Year at Araluen Arts Centre

The Araluen Arts Centre kicks off its 2017 theatre season with Frankly Winehouse, a tribute to English singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse.

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Mango trial breaking new ground

A trial of new mango varieties in Ali Curung could extend the mango harvest window in the Northern Territory.

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Every Day Counts

‘Every Day Counts’ is a whole-of-government school attendance strategy aimed at lifting school attendance to improve the learning, wellbeing and engagement of young Territorians.

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Four Thorny Devils at Alice Springs Desert Park

The Alice Springs Desert Park has successfully produced 14 new resident Thorny Devils.

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A chorus of Kunwinjku, Warlpiri, and Kriol

A recent national songfest saw students from across the Territory join with others across Australia to sing the same song at the same time.

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Official opening of the Braitling Preschool

Sixty Alice Springs pre-schoolers started the school year in a brand new facility with the Braitling Preschool opening its doors this week.