The Northern Territory Government continues to assist Territorians into jobs with more than 50 Territory students awarded scholarships to help with their training and studies in 2016.
Territory Businesses are being encouraged to capitalise on financial assistance to employ apprentices and trainees available now through the latest release of the Northern Territory Government’s employer incentives.
The Northern Territory Government is delivering on its commitment to slash red tape and make it easier and simpler to do business in the Territory with the Red Tape Reduction (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2016 passed in NT Parliament today.
The curtain will rise on the newly upgraded Deckchair Cinema tonight with hundreds of Darwin Film Society members expected to turn out for a sneak peek prior to its official opening night on Wednesday.
An upcoming series of information sessions from the Department of Business will provide up to date information on migration policies and visa options as an alternative for employers unable to fill vacancies.
Territory enterprises and organisations will have the perfect opportunity to secure a future workforce as well as showcase their businesses and industries as part of the NT Government’s Skills Employment and Careers Expo.
More than 150 Aboriginal Territorians will be supported into jobs thanks to the Northern Territory Government’s Aboriginal Employment Initiatives (AEI).
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.
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.
The Alcohol Management Plan (AMP) developed in consultation with the Alice Springs community with the aim of reducing alcohol related harms has been finalised.