The Northern Territory’s economy is set to receive a significant boost with the upcoming Territory Tribute International Military Writers’ Festival expected to attract large numbers of visitors to Darwin from 5-7 April 2019.
Alice Springs’ Albrecht Oval and Traeger Park are set to host an action-packed weekend of cricket and family fun as part of the Rebel Women’s Big Bash League matches and activities from today until Sunday 13 January.
Tourism visitor statistics released by Tourism Research Australia (TRA)* show that domestic and international visitation to the NT has stabilised in the September quarter of 2018.
NITV and Screen Territory have partnered in an exciting initiative for emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander screen practitioners based in the NT.
A Darwin fisho is celebrating a bit of late festive cheer after reeling in a tagged $10,000 Barra from the barrage at Shady Camp.
New to the School Holiday calendar are three separate fun day extravaganzas designed especially for children to enjoy an array of free activities, once a week from 9am to 12pm at Darwin Waterfront.
Territorians have been given new insight into life in the Territory 30 years ago following the release of the 1988 Cabinet records.
The Territory Labor Government continues to stimulate the economy and boost the Territory’s tourism industry, with new data revealing great results from NT Major Events Company’s (NTMEC) key events in 2018.