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Free fun for kids these school holidays

A jam-packed three weeks of free school holiday activities will be held every weekday at the Darwin Waterfront from Monday 8 January until Thursday 25 January 2018. All activities start at 10am and are programed for two hours.

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Record number of Saltwater Crocodiles Removed in 2017

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s crocodile management team has removed a record 371 saltwater crocodiles from Northern Territory waterways throughout 2017.

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Meteorites Legislation, Kakadu World Heritage listing and Statehood were all on the Cabinet Agenda in 1987

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today released the 1987 Cabinet records.

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Million Dollar Fish Hot Spots

Somewhere in slow-moving waters around the Northern Territory, there’s a giant, tagged barramundi blissfully unaware that it’s worth a cool million dollars.

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Live Darwin Arts Program set to excite again with Round 2!

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss, today announced nine exciting programs have received funding of $131,150 in Round 2 of the Live Darwin Arts program.

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Business Events Attraction, China Flights part of Government’s 2018 Tourism Support Plan

The Territory Labor Government will launch a new Business Events Support Fund in 2018, which will allow the NT to more aggressively compete for lucrative business events that deliver significant benefits to the economy, Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss announced today.

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Boosting Female Sports Participation: New Committee Announced

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today congratulated the successful applicants for the Women in Sport Advisory Committee.

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NT Peak Sporting Bodies receive funding boost to support Officiating programs

Nine Northern Territory Peak Sporting Bodies will benefit from officiating development grants through the Department of Tourism and Culture’s, 2017/18 Officiating Development Program.

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Green Light on Production - Screen Territory 2017-18 Round 1 & 2 Grants

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss congratulated today the 2017 Screen Territory funding recipients from two funding rounds throughout the year.

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On Your Marks… Arafura Games Off To A Great Start

The first two countries to say they will attend the Arafura Games are Vietnam and Indonesia. The Games, which were scrapped by the chaotic former CLP government in 2011, have been resurrected by the Territory Labor Government and will return to the NT sporting calendar in 2019.