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Territory students get opportunities to explore Australia’s military history

Fifteen Territory students are set to embark on a trip of a lifetime as part of the 2018 Chief Minister’s Anzac Spirit study tour.

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NT set to host ICEF-ANZA 2019

The Northern Territory has been chosen to host one of the region’s largest events for education, work, youth and student travel in 2019.

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Online business missions calendar

A new online tool has been created to help local business and industry stakeholders keep up-to-date with Territory led trade and investment business delegations.

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Positioning the Territory for economic growth

The Northern Territory Government is stepping up its international engagement to grow the economy and attract people to visit, live, work, study, invest and trade in the Territory.

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Working together to develop a new Aboriginal Contracting Framework

Territorians have an opportunity to put forward their thoughts and ideas on the development of a new Aboriginal Contracting Framework for government procurement and grants.

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Host an OBM 2018 partner event

October Business Month (OBM) 2018 partner event registrations are officially open.

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Nominations now open for the 2018 NT Training Awards

Do you know a Territory business, organisation or individual doing outstanding things in the vocational education and training (VET) sector?

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Defence strategy released

Positioning the Territory to benefit from $20 billion of Australian Defence Force construction projects planned over the next 20-years is a key part of the Northern Territory Government’s Defence and National Security Strategy.

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Peace in the Pacific

The Chief Minister’s Peace in the Pacific study tour is a reciprocal study tour program between the Northern Territory and the State of Hawaii.

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Bringing students to Darwin’s CBD

The Darwin Student Hub has officially opened its doors.