2019

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Proposals sought for seniors’ accommodation in Darwin urban area

Senior Territorians will be encouraged to stay in the Territory and continue to contribute to our community with the development of more seniors’ accommodation. The Northern Territory Government is now seeking proposals to develop a seniors’ lifestyle accommodation community in the Darwin urban area.

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Applications now open for the Local Jobs Fund

The message that the Territory is open for business is further cemented with applications for the multi-million dollar Local Jobs Fund now open.

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Outback Stores encouraging Territorians in training excellence

Outback Stores understands the benefits of entering the NT Training Awards.

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Amy takes weight off mums-to-be

Mother-of-two Amy Page knows all about the joy - and discomfort - of being pregnant.

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Territory space industry 2020 launched

The Territory looks to expand its role in the trillion dollar international space industry and further diversify its economy with the launch of the Northern Territory Government’s space strategy.

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International trade and investment focus during Arafura Games

A targeted program of events will showcase the Territory’s unique international trade and investment opportunities to key audiences and will run in parallel with the Arafura Games.

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Northern Territory Training Awards nominations now open

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

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New CEO Shaun Drabsch

A keen development economist with a passion for public policy and infrastructure development, in-coming CEO Shaun Drabsch says he’s looking forward to helping drive growth for the Territory when he joins the Department of Trade, Business and Innovation (DTBI) late this month.

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Creating jobs and skilling the Territory’s workforce

The Northern Territory Government is investing $93 million in vocational education and training (VET) this financial year to skill the Northern Territory workforce and support the creation of long-term jobs for Territorians.