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Creating jobs: Darwin to host key Travel Event

Darwin has won a bid to host one of the travel trades leading inbound/international tourism conferences, the 2018 Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) Meeting Place.

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The Sixteenth Largest Superyacht in the world visits Darwin today

Darwin will see the return of the exclusive Mega Yacht Octopus when it arrives to Darwin Harbour, expected to be viewed from Stokes Hill Wharf today, until Saturday 28 April 2018.

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International Marketing Experts Appointed to Lure Chinese Visitors

Travel Link Marketing has been appointed to promote the Territory, targeting the Greater China market.

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Arafura Games: Expert Advisory Board Appointed

Planning for the Arafura Games continues to gather pace with the appointment of a high-level Advisory Committee. The 13-member committee will oversee planning for the popular sporting event, which will return next year.

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Territory Day set to celebrate our unique lifestyle

On 1 July 1978, the Northern Territory was granted Self-Government, under the Northern Territory (Self-Government) Act 1978, now known as Territory Day.

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Delivering the National Aboriginal Art Gallery –Reference Group Plan

Acting Minister for Tourism and Culture, Eva Lawler today opened an Expression of Interest (EOI) process for a nationally representative Reference Group to help guide the delivery of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs.

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Pump malfunction at Territory Wildlife Park

A pump in the aquarium at the Territory Wildlife Park suffered a malfunction overnight resulting in the death of several animals including whip rays, barramundi and a turtle.

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National Aboriginal Art Gallery: Key Interim Appointment

Acting Minister for Tourism and Culture, Eva Lawler today confirmed the appointment of the Director of the Araluen Cultural Precinct, Dr Mark Crees as the Interim Director, Project Implementation Team, National Aboriginal Art Gallery.

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Northern Territory PGA Championships secured for next two years

The Northern Territory Government’s Department of Tourism and Culture has today secured the return of the Northern Territory PGA Championship for the next two years, committing $150,000 per year to cover 2018-19.

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Hip hop cows, cats and dogs at the Araluen Arts Centre

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre is pleased to present Patch Theatre’s Yo Diddle Diddle, a family live theatre adventure that follows the story of how the cow jumped over the moon.