Developing the Centre - October 2017

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Positive results for Bushfires NT community programs

Bushfires NT recently led the first Aerial Planned Burning (APB) program in Central Australia since the early 2000’s. The objective of the program is to build landowner collaboration, staff capacity and reduce bushfire risk.

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Remote Aboriginal Development Fund now open

Applications are now open for grant funding under the Remote Aboriginal Development Fund.

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Indigenous Family Violence Policing Conference

Over 200 delegates from across Australia attended the inaugural Indigenous Family Violence Policing Conference in Alice Springs in June.

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Increase in Domestic and International Visitors to the Centre

More visitors from Australia and overseas are making their way to Central Australia, staying longer and spending more, according to latest Tourism Research Australia (TRA) results.

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2018 Rural Women’s Award now open

Nominations are now open for the 2018 AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award.

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Education options for kids in the bush

A dedicated education centre aimed at engaging remote and regional students in alternative educational programs has opened in Tennant Creek.

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October jam-packed with business events

October Business Month (OBM) has kicked off with a stellar line-up of keynote speakers and events planned across Central Australia.

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Four Arts Fellowships headline Arts Grant Funding

The Northern Territory (NT) Government is offering four Arts Fellowships valued at up to $50,000 each for leading established NT artists and arts workers for professional development.