Developing the Top End - July 2016

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Supporting seniors in the Katherine community

Residents of Katherine have celebrated the completion of a new public housing development.

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New meeting place to showcase Jawoyn culture

A new meeting place showcasing Indigenous culture will be created in Nitmiluk National Park, thanks to a $100 000 Northern Territory Government Tourism Development Infrastructure Grant.

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Construction Conversations

Territorians now have another source of online information for current construction projects.

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The Territory welcomes 57 new government school teachers

The Department of Education welcomes 57 new teachers to government schools across the Territory.

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Big Rivers housing upgrades

Work is well underway on the Big Rivers Stronger Futures NT Upgrades Program, with 24 out of 26 houses handed over in Weemol and Bulman and all 13 in Kybrook Farm.

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New wheels for Wadeye

The Northern Territory Government continues to invest in expanding regional services by establishing an intra-town bus service in Wadeye.

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Northern Territory Police meet with Neighbourhood Watch Australasia

This month representatives from the Northern Territory Police met with the board of Neighbourhood Watch Australasia who were in Darwin for their quarterly meeting for the first time since 2013.

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Wadeye house painting

Thamarrurr Development Corporation (TDC) and the Department of Housing have successfully implemented an external painting program in Wadeye using resources sourced through existing contracts and the Community Development Project.

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Arnhem Land’s war history being preserved in Milingimbi

Arnhem Land’s rich military history will be preserved with the assistance of a $142 710 Community Recovery Fund (CRF) grant to preserve three war plane wrecks that were exposed during Cyclones Lam and Nathan.

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Solar shines as Darwin Aquaculture Centre slashes its power bill

The Darwin Aquaculture Centre (DAC) has a new solar system that will save $40 000 a year in energy costs.