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Tourism Businesses Show Support for Anzac Hill Precinct as the Site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

Local tourism businesses have come forward to show their support for the Territory Labor Government to build the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs at the Anzac Hill Precinct.

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Top End’s thrilling Gran Fondo returns this weekend

Darwin’s roads will turn into a sea of Lycra this weekend as close to 700 cyclists take part in the annual Top End Gran Fondo endurance cycling event on Sunday 19 August.

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Turbocharging Tourism: George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens Visitor and Events Centre Concepts Underway

George Brown Darwin Botanic Garden’s $9.8 million facelift is a step closer with concepts for a new multi-purpose visitor and event centre currently being assessed by the Development Consent Authority.

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Turbocharging Tourism: Stars Bring Bondi Rescue to Henley-on-Todd

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss said today the Bondi Rescue visit is a marketing win for the Territory and a fantastic opportunity for the NT to attract more visitors and tourists and support local business and jobs.

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Desert Mob 2018 is coming to the Araluen Arts Centre this September

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre along with Desart present Desert Mob 2018, one of the nation’s most anticipated Aboriginal art and cultural events.

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Innovative pilot in Galiwin'ku Community Library: classifying library collections according to local cultural concepts

A revolutionary new classification system is changing the way the remote community of Galiwin’ku on Elcho Island utilises their local community library.

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Higgins failed to deliver

The new $25 million rugby league facility at Warren Park will be a much needed home for local rugby league and is creating over 100 jobs for locals.

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Local Arts Community Show Support for Anzac Hill Precinct as the Site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

Members of the Alice Springs art community have come forward in support of the Anzac Hill Precinct as the preferred site for the National Aboriginal Art Gallery.

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Territory Day 40th anniversary - Photography Exhibition a Snapshot of Yirrkala Family and Culture

Territory Day grant recipient Gurrutu'mi Mala Wungili - Family on Country Portrait Project is on display at the Live Darwin Hub, Smith Street Mall.

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Lindy Chamberlain’s story brought to life in new play at the Araluen Arts Centre

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre will present Letters to Lindy, a brand-new work from award-winning playwright, Alana Valentine, this August as part of a national tour.