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Territory Wildlife Park bringing joy to young Territorians

The Territory Wildlife Parks Hospital visits are an annual fixture on the calendar of events which are aimed at bringing joy to young, long term hospital patients.

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NT arts workers to attend Professional Development Program at Venice Biennale 2017

Two NT based arts workers have been selected to participate in the Venice Biennale 2017 Professional Development Program, a program that provides a platform for curators, arts writers and arts professionals to develop skills and deepen vocational experience.

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Stall holders and volunteers wanted for the Alice Springs Telegraph Station Open Day and Markets

The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory will be hosting the Alice Springs Telegraph Station Open Day and Markets on Sunday the 23rd of April and are looking for stall holders and volunteers.

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Araluen Arts Centre release 2017 season program

The Araluen Arts Centre’s 2017 season program and ticket sales will be released this Friday, 3 February.

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2017 Artists-in-the-Park program

The Territory Wildlife Park is inviting artists to submit proposals for the 2017 Artists-in-the-Park (AiP) residency program.

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February Frog Fever

Hop to it, the seasonal Simpson Gap Frog spotlight tours return.

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Arts NT Grants Program 2016-17 Recipients Announced

Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss today announced an investment of almost $260 000 into Territory arts projects

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14 new Thorny Devils at Alice Springs Desert Park

The Alice Springs Desert Park has successfully produced 14 new resident Thorny Devils.

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Women’s Rugby 7s a feature this weekend

The Hottest 7s in the World returns to the Top End this weekend, with 48 teams ready for some action packed rugby 7s competition at Marrara’s Rugby Park.

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Amy Winehouse tribute brings in New Year at Araluen Arts Centre

The Araluen Arts Centre kicks off its 2017 theatre season with Frankly Winehouse, a tribute to English singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse.