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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.

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Marvellous mezzanine

The Arts Centre at the Araluen Cultural Precinct has a new level. The $250,000 upgrade was completed on time and within budget by Alice Springs contractors Scope Builders NT.

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Sometimes it’s hard to be a ranger – let’s stand by them!

Nominations are open for the NT Ranger Awards to celebrate the outstanding work undertaken in our parks and reserves.

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The Territory’s WWII experience – through young eyes

A very special visual arts project has been launched as part of the Northern Territory Government’s The Territory Remembers program of events.

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4000 Miles to warm hearts at Araluen Arts Centre

The Araluen Arts Centre presents 4000 Miles, an award winning smash production from one of America’s brightest playwrights

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Penny Arcade to shine at Araluen Arts Centre

The legendary Andy Warhol Factory Superstar and New York’s undisputed queen of the underground, Penny Arcade, is coming to Alice Springs!

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A stadium for netball in Alice Springs

The Northern Territory Government today announced the redevelopment of a world-class netball centre at Ross Park in Alice Springs.

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Sheffield Shield Ready to put the Red Centre in a Spin

Final preparations are underway at the iconic TIO Traeger Park at Alice Springs ahead of the crucial Sheffield Shield clash between the Victoria Bushrangers and New South Wales Blues.

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Regional Territory Arts Projects given the Green Light

A total of 11 Northern Territory arts projects have received nearly $200,000 in funding support through the Australian Government Regional Arts Fund (RAF).

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BMX riding strong with the Sport Voucher Scheme

The Northern Territory Government introduced the scheme in 2012 to help families cover the cost of their children getting involved in sport, recreation and cultural activities by providing a one hundred dollar voucher twice a year.