Developing the Centre - June 2016

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Territory Day – It’s Our Day

Head to Blatherskite Park this Territory Day, Friday 1 July to spend the day at the Alice Springs Show and enjoy an evening of music, entertainment, culture and fireworks.

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Spectacular Indigenous light festival to launch in Alice Springs

Contemporary and traditional Indigenous art will light up Alice Springs from 23 September to 2 October 2016 in the inaugural Parrtyeme Festival in Light.

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Larapinta and Braitling Primary Schools to deliver a great start in early childhood

Alice Springs schools will undergo a range of works in a bid to improve teaching and health programs in the early childhood sector.

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NTES volunteers trained to respond to any emergency

Northern Territory Emergency Service (NTES) volunteers responded to more than 80 calls for assistance during June’s freak hail storm and their response was a testament to their training in community safety.

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School holiday program now available online

Young Territorians are in for a great time these school holidays with a diverse range of activities on offer across the NT.

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Alice Can Dance inspires students’ to explore their super powers

Nearly 250 Alice Springs school students recently participated in the 2016 Alice Can Dance.

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Skills, Employment and Careers Expo

Central Australian businesses are invited to advertise their vacancies in the Northern Territory’s largest careers and employment event.

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Making visitors misty-eyed

A new hologram display at Alice Springs Telegraph Station celebrates the pioneering spirit of those involved in one of the great engineering feats of the 19th Century, the construction of the Australian Overland Telegraph Line in 1870.

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New ramp at Old Man Plains Research Station improves animal welfare

A recently installed cattle loading ramp at the Mulga Yards at Old Man Plains Research Station will improve animal welfare and staff safety.

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Yaye’s Café attracting more visitors

In early May the new Yaye’s Café at the Araluen Cultural Precinct officially opened to the public. The café has been a great hit with award winning executive chef Athol Wark and Cate Povey from Warkabout Consulting as the new operators.