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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.

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Denys Stedman starts work as Buy Local Industry Advocate

The Northern Territory’s first Buy Local Industry Advocate, Mr Denys Stedman, has officially started in his new role.

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Team NT announced

A team of three eminent Territorians have been brought together to sell the Northern Territory’s (NT) investment, business and lifestyle prospects nationally and internationally.

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Tender to support development of an Aboriginal Contracting Framework

The Department of Trade, Business and Innovation will release a tender for an expert consultant to support stakeholder engagement in the development of an Aboriginal Contracting Framework.

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Business and industry stakeholder updates

The Department of Trade, Business and Innovation is delivering a series of updates across the Northern Territory.

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Driving Aboriginal economic development

The Northern Territory Government has awarded $1.7 million to projects that will drive economic development and support capacity building in remote communities across the Territory.

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Applications now open for Smart Energy Grants

Territorians can now access energy-efficient initiatives for their homes through the new $4 million Smart Energy Grants program.

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Are you prepared for the cyclone and flooding season?

The cyclone and flooding season is here and we are writing to encourage you to be prepared. Having a business continuity plan and a risk assessment in place will ensure you are able to re‐start your operations should we experience a natural disaster.