Developing the Centre - September 2016

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October Business Month

October is packed with over 30 inspirational and educational business events to support Central Australian small to medium enterprises to start, run and grow.

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Desert Mob 2016

One of the nation’s premier Aboriginal art and cultural events, Desert Mob, opened in Alice Springs on Thursday 8 September.

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Spectacular Indigenous light festival in Alice Springs

A spectacular event showcasing contemporary and traditional indigenous art has lit up Alice Springs this month.

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Business event planners stampede Alice Springs

Alice Springs was promoted as a unique business events destination last week when 20 national business event planners from across Australia took part in the 2016 Alice Stampede.

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Northern Territory Archives launches online history search

More than 2000 oral history interviews of Territorians can now be searched online with computer and mobile devices.

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Central Australian award-winning beanie on display

The magnificence of Central Australia has inspired a Territory health worker to create an award-winning beanie.

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Larapinta/Lovegrove intersection upgrade works in Alice Springs

The completion of upgrade works at the Larapinta Road / Lovegrove Drive intersection in Alice Springs has improved safety and traffic flow and significantly reduced wait times for Lovegrove Drive turning traffic.

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Preschool students to benefit from the Territory’s first Preschool Curriculum

The first Preschool Curriculum has now been implemented in all government preschools across the Territory.

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Calling it in - Power and Water infrastructure in Central Australia

Territorians are being asked to help report any changes to Power and Water infrastructure.

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Indigenous language translation course open to Alice Springs middle years students

The Alice Springs Language Centre is providing greater choice in language education through a new Middle Years Indigenous Language Translation Course.