Tourism Fast Track is a new intensive business support program addressing business survival, business revival and business growth.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government will partner with the leading Australian telecommunications company Vocus to upgrade the Territory’s existing fibre optic cable from 400 gigabites to 20 terabits.
The Northern Territory Government is creating more local jobs with the Alice Springs Asia Pacific Airport Storage and Maintenance Facility the latest recipient of a $1 million investment through the Local Jobs Fund.
Seafarms’ Project Sea Dragon has commenced construction at the Bynoe Harbour Core Breeding Centre with earthworks and bitumen being laid for access roads, along with outlet ponds and fencing.
Northern Territory (NT) businesses sought to fill 520 positions with skilled migrants in 2019 - a 263% year-on-year increase - following a major change to the NT’s Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA).
The Northern Territory (NT) Government is strengthening the Territory’s skills base, and helping keep Territory students in the NT by offering higher education study grants to those undertaking their first undergraduate degree in the NT.
The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) is making an investment decision of $300 million funding towards the ship lift project.
The 9th Aboriginal Economic Development Forum was held in Darwin on 7 and 8 November 2019, bringing together 350 delegates from Northern Territory (NT) Aboriginal businesses, organisations and government.
9th Aboriginal Economic Development Forum ambassador, Nova Pomare, manages, trains and mentors Aboriginal staff in her role as general manager at central Australia’s Standley Chasm.
Anindilyakwa woman Serena Bara is one of the impressive leaders heading up the all‑female led Bush Medijina program delivered through the Anindilyakwa Services Aboriginal Corporation.