Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss and His Honour the Honourable John Hardy AO, Administrator of the Northern Territory today launched The Territory Remembers 75th Anniversary Commemorative Book.
A plan to ensure the future of the Tiwi Islands Football Club will be put in place over the off-season, with the Territory Government asking the AFL to convene a financial sustainability working group to support the club.
Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss today unveiled a stellar line-up for the 15th Annual People’s Choice BASSINTHEGRASS to be held at the Darwin Amphitheatre.
The Northern Territory Government has asked AFLNT to work with the Tiwi Bombers to ensure the team can continue to play out the season.
Winner of four National Indigenous Music Awards and the 2016 Northern Territory Song of the Year Yolngu performer Stanley Gawurra Gaykamangu (Gawurra) begins his Australian National Tour at the Araluen Arts Centre.
Australia’s National Indigenous Cricket Carnival, the Imparja Cup is again igniting the Red Centre with teams from across Australia competing in Alice Springs this week.
The Territory Wildlife Parks Hospital visits are an annual fixture on the calendar of events which are aimed at bringing joy to young, long term hospital patients.
Two NT based arts workers have been selected to participate in the Venice Biennale 2017 Professional Development Program, a program that provides a platform for curators, arts writers and arts professionals to develop skills and deepen vocational experience.
The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory will be hosting the Alice Springs Telegraph Station Open Day and Markets on Sunday the 23rd of April and are looking for stall holders and volunteers.
The Araluen Arts Centre’s 2017 season program and ticket sales will be released this Friday, 3 February.