Developing the Top End - March 2016

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$68.5 million to rebuild Territory schools

Schools right across the Territory will be repaired and upgraded as part of a $100 million Northern Territory

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$12.9 million Northern Territory Open Education Centre

The construction of a state-of-the-art education facility is providing Indigenous Territorians with a solid start to a career in the construction industry.

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Royal Darwin Hospital entrance to undergo $13.5 million renovation

A tender has been awarded for extensive refurbishment works on the ground floor of Royal Darwin Hospital.

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Telehealth trial delivers more services for patients and savings for Government

Ground breaking telehealth technology which connects patients and doctors via video enabled technology has resulted in more remote and regional Territorians getting the medical advice they need without always having to travel to major centres.

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ALPA employment outcomes

The community of Galiwin'ku has turned the devastation of Cyclone Lam into a training and employment opportunity.

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On the job and kicking goals - Buley Rockhole upgrade contractors meet AFL legend

It was a great day on the job for a construction crew working in Litchfield National Park, with a special visit by Australian football legend, Andrew McLeod.

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Million Dollar Fish set to return for a second season

Tourists and locals will have more chances to reel in a lucrative barramundi after the Northern Territory Government announced the Million Dollar Fish competition will be back for a second season.

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NT Police is recruiting

Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services is now recruiting Auxiliary Police Officers and Aboriginal Community Police Officers.

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Datjala lends helping hand in Nhulunbuy

The Northern Territory Department of Correctional Services' Datjala work camp is providing a ready workforce for not-for-profit groups in Arnhem Land.

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Recognising our Carer Community in Nhulunbuy

Foster and kinship carers are important members of any community, especially when they live in regional or remote areas.