Developing the Top End - March 2017

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New technology helps geologists

A team from the Northern Territory Geological Survey with the Department of Primary Industry and Resources deployed the first of a range of state of the art instruments in the Northern Territory (NT) designed to improve the understanding of geology hundreds of kilometres below the surface.

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An integrated approach to homelessness

A team from the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) recently travelled to key Territory towns seeking feedback on a recent report into homelessness.

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Cyclone Preparedness films

Three Cyclone Preparedness films have been produced in language to provide vital information on cyclone preparedness to the community of Galiwin’ku.

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BreastScreenNT brings cancer screening to you

Are you over 50 and live or work in Darwin City?

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Free workshops for the sport and recreation community

The Northern Territory Government is providing free workshops to help develop the skills and knowledge of committee members and administrators within the sport and active recreation community.

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Cracking the code of cycads

Botanists at the Northern Territory Herbarium have teamed up with the University of Edinburgh and California Academy of Sciences to crack the genetic code of Top End cycads.

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Next Gen NT program

The Next Gen NT program was launched in Yirrkala recently to deliver a 15-week AFL program to boys and girls aged 11-15 throughout East Arnhem Land.

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Indigenous employment is ACES

Twenty Indigenous Territorians living in or connected to town camp communities have taken up training and employment opportunities funded by the Department of Housing and Community Development to assist the Town Camp Review engagement process.

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Crime Prevention and Safety Expo

The Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services, in partnership with TIO, will welcome the public to the Peter McAulay Centre in Darwin this Saturday 25 March for the inaugural Crime Prevention and Safety Expo.

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It’s time to go hiking - Walk in the park back for Katherine

The Walk in the Park program hosted by the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory is on again this year in Katherine's parks and reserves.