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Territory Proud Service Excellence Awards back in business

Territorians who demonstrate excellent customer service will have the opportunity to be recognised for their efforts with the launch of the Territory Proud Service Excellence Awards.

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Inaugural Open Territory program ‘Creating Remarkable’ business opportunities

The Northern Territory Government’s inaugural Open Territory program of events has been officially launched in front of more than 100 local business people at the Darwin Convention Centre this morning.

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Timor-Leste looks to NT to help jump start racing industry

Timor-Leste is turning to the Northern Territory for guidance as it looks to develop Thoroughbred Racing in its own country.

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Alice Springs Alcohol Management Plan released

The Alcohol Management Plan (AMP) developed in consultation with the Alice Springs community with the aim of reducing alcohol related harms has been finalised.

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Territory businesses back Buy Local Roadshow

The Northern Territory Government has added an additional event to its Territory-wide government information Buy Local Roadshow due to high interest within the business community.

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ASEAN visit opening Territory to opportunities

Ambassadors and High Commissioners from nine of the Northern Territory’s closest neighbouring countries will visit Darwin early next month during the inaugural Open Territory program of events.

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Aboriginal Employment Initiatives generating jobs across the Territory

​More than 150 Aboriginal Territorians will be supported into jobs thanks to the Northern Territory Government’s Aboriginal Employment Initiatives (AEI).

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Licensing NT Darwin office is moving

​The Department of Business's Licensing NT Darwin office is relocating to Level 3, NAB Building, 71 Smith Street, Darwin.

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Territory unemployment rate still the lowest in Australia

The Territory’s trend unemployment rate fell 0.1 per cent to 4.1 per cent in December, the lowest in the country and far below the national average of 5.8 per cent.

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More certainty for NT cattle producers

The Northern Territory Government has today welcomed the Indonesian Government’s decision to recommend up to 200,000 head of cattle be imported from Australia in the first trimester of 2016.