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Saltwater crocodile sighting is a reminder to Be Crocwise

Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) rangers have identified a saltwater crocodile in the Katherine River after receiving reports from members of the public.

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Local artist to showcase New Works at Araluen

Alice Springs artist Henry Smith is set to ‘wow’ visitors with the launch of his latest solo exhibition, New Works, opening at the Araluen Arts Centre on Friday, 20 May.

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Last Zero pilot of the first Bombing of Darwin raid dies

Kaname Harada, the last remaining fighter pilot of the 19th February 1942 raid on Darwin, has died this week aged 99 at his home in Nagano, north of Tokyo.

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Territorians reminded to Be Crocwise

The public are reminded to Be Crocwise around all Top End waterways after a man was admitted to Katherine hospital with bite wounds to his foot on Monday.

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Berry Springs opens for swimming

The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT advises that Berry Springs Nature Park will be open for swimming from today.

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Barkly Nature Watch

Get out and about and become involved in great, free opportunities with Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) as part of the Barkly Nature Watch.

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Discover parks these school holidays

This school holidays bring your kids to the Alice Springs Telegraph Station to connect with nature on our Pop Up Discovery Trail!

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Arts Business Essentials 2016

A professional development and networking program is taking place this week to help support and develop the leadership and business capabilities of non-profit arts organisations in the Northern Territory.

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Leanyer Recreation Park upgrades to begin

Darwin locals love their waterparks, and today the Leanyer Recreation Park will begin upgrades to ensure the venue’s fun atmosphere, safety and longevity remain for future generations.

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Celebrating the heritage of Alice Springs

Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory will be holding a Heritage Open Day and Markets this Sunday in the Historic Precinct at the Alice Springs Telegraph station, as part of National Trust Heritage Week celebrations.