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National Aboriginal Art Gallery Community Engagement Program Passes Halfway Mark

The Territory Labor Governments three-month community engagement program to engage with the people of Alice Springs on the National Aboriginal Art Gallery project has passed its halfway mark.

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Josephine Wants to Dance leaps into the Araluen Arts Centre

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre is pleased to present Josephine Wants to Dance, a new Australian play based on the award winning picture book by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley.

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Bringing Back the Arafura Games: Expressions of Interest for Opening and Closing Celebrations

Minister for the Arafura Games, Ken Vowles, is calling for event producers to put forward their Expressions of Interest to produce the Opening and Closing Celebrations of the Games.

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2018-19 Screen Territory Funding Round Opens

The much anticipated round one of the 2018-19 Screen Grants Program has opened today Monday 30 July and closes on 27 August 2018.

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Territory photo hits 1 million Instagram likes

A photo taken at Bitter Springs near Mataranka has hit more than 1 million Instagram likes after it was reposted on the global social media giant’s official account.

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Australian Dance Theatre return to the Araluen Arts Centre

The world-renowned Australian Dance Theatre return to the Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre after a ten year hiatus to present their compelling and ritualistic work, The Beginning of Nature.

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Northern Territory Literary Award Winners announced

Six of the Territory’s top writers have been recognised for their contribution to the Arts at the 2018 Northern Territory Literary Awards ceremony held at the Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs last night.

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Rolling out the Green Carpet: NT Hockey Upgrades will see World Champions Clash in Darwin

The Territory Labor Government is investing $1.1 million in upgrades to Marrara Hockey Stadium.

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Araluen Arts Centre presents the true story of a special friendship between Patsy Cline and her super fan

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre presents a special tribute to country music star Patsy Cline who died in a plane crash at the age of 30.

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Boosting Sport and Tourism: $16.7 Million International Tennis Centre Officially Opens Today

The Territory Labor Government is building first-class sporting facilities for Territorians with Darwin’s new $16.7 million International Tennis Centre officially opening today.