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.
Technology expert and businessperson Jeremy Boucher is delighted to have been chosen as an ambassador for this year’s Aboriginal Economic Development Forum.
An interactive dashboard has been developed to give you access to detailed information on jobs, training, business numbers and population information across 28 remote towns in the Northern Territory.
The best and brightest of Territory’s vocational education and training sector have been celebrated at the NT Training Awards, held last night at the Darwin Convention Centre.
West Australian chemical company Coogee has commenced a feasibility study into a methanol plant near Darwin.
The Territory Government will deliver the largest ship lift in northern Australia in Darwin to position the Territory as a major hub in the marine services industry.
TradeNT will be hosting a series of information seminars throughout the Territory.