Somewhere in slow-moving waters around the Northern Territory, there’s a giant, tagged barramundi blissfully unaware that it’s worth a cool million dollars.
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, today announced nine exciting programs have received funding of $131,150 in Round 2 of the Live Darwin Arts program.
The Territory Labor Government will launch a new Business Events Support Fund in 2018, which will allow the NT to more aggressively compete for lucrative business events that deliver significant benefits to the economy, Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss announced today.
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today congratulated the successful applicants for the Women in Sport Advisory Committee.
Nine Northern Territory Peak Sporting Bodies will benefit from officiating development grants through the Department of Tourism and Culture’s, 2017/18 Officiating Development Program.
The first two countries to say they will attend the Arafura Games are Vietnam and Indonesia. The Games, which were scrapped by the chaotic former CLP government in 2011, have been resurrected by the Territory Labor Government and will return to the NT sporting calendar in 2019.
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss congratulated today the 2017 Screen Territory funding recipients from two funding rounds throughout the year.
Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss said she was quietly optimistic about direct flights from China into Darwin starting in the first half of 2018.
Attracting direct flights from China is among a range of initiatives underway to attract more international visitors to regions across the Territory.
34 year old local Boilermaker Dave Povey has caught the 12th $10,000 barra of Million Dollar Fish Season 3 on the Daly River.