Business bulletins

Bi-weekly publication on information of economic development, and business-related industry and movements in the Northern Territory.

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  • Business bulletin: 15 November 2019
    Experience October Business Month all over again, Exploring the Boundless Possible in Aboriginal economic development, Accelerating business in the Territory, Bright future for Darwin Solar, Things are looking up.
  • Business bulletin: 31 October 2019
    JT heads to the Territory for Aboriginal Economic Development Forum, Remote town job profiles, Jiu-Jitsu Studio, Riding for the Disabled, Reaching South to the Territory.
  • Business bulletin: 21 October 2019
    Tips on how to maximise business’ year-round appeal at OBM, Jason details his passion for business at OBM, Repairs and maintenance contract starts at Rum Jungle, Book now to hear inspiring stories at Aboriginal Economic Development Forum, Calling outstanding regional women, New national rules on gift cards.
  • Business bulletin: 4 October 2019
    Chief Minister’s Export and Industry Awards celebrate high performing Territory businesses, Oil and gas support opportunities abound in Darwin, Boundless Digital Forum growing the Territory’s digital economy, Females encouraged to consider aviation careers at Territory roadshow, Learn tips on winning in business and in life at OBM.
  • Business bulletin: 20 September 2019
    Book now for October Business Month’s feast of events, Exploring the generational divide in modern workplaces at OBM, Raise a glass and listen to the Cooper’s success story in Katherine, NAB champions Aboriginal-owned Bukmak Constructions during OBM, Fuel Drop seizes on market gap to save time and money.
  • Business bulletin: 9 September 2019
    Focus on trade and investment during September, Investment Territory pursuing investment and supporting investors on their journey, Caring for the environment at Ichthys LNG, CRCNA and Austrade partner up to help find new investors for northern Australia, Small Business Champions on the road in Central Australia, Facing North.
  • Business bulletin: 27 August 2019
    ASPI report reinforces strategic importance of Australia’s north, Opportunities for businesses to bolster their cyber readiness, Creating northern Australia’s spice trail, $2m to drive Australia’s next generation of energy technology innovation.
  • Business bulletin: 8 August 2019
    Ship lift to be built in Darwin.
  • Business bulletin: 11 July 2019
    Howard Springs Accommodation Village: have your say, Local Jobs Fund: Infrastructure Grants now open, NT Training Awards, Local business’ innovative solutions, Migration and employer update.
  • Business bulletin: 27 June 2019
    The Territory grounded in its support for the space industry, Defence Support Industry Awards: nominations open, Territory’s a hit with education agents, NT Export and Industry Awards, Aboriginal Workforce Grants.
  • Business bulletin: 13 June 2019
    Sound business advice helps Paul’s iconic pics to prosper, Elah makes important contribution to community and culture, Planning for the Territory’s future workforce - have your say, StudyNT student ambassadors meet Brazilian business delegation.
  • Business bulletin: 30 May 2019
    Build brand and awareness by becoming an OBM event partner, Register now to be an OBM event partner, Public consultation now open on no go zones for onshore gas, Gulkula is a growing success, Engineering and instrumentation expo coming to Darwin.
  • Business bulletin: 16 May 2019
    Applications now open for the Local Jobs Fund, Sea Dragon unveils Darwin headquarters, Outback Stores encouraging Territorians in training excellence, Les’ bright idea brought to life through innovation grant, Learn more about the rollout of the Territory’s $1.1 billion remote housing package.
  • Business bulletin: 2 May 2019
    International business and trade focus during Arafura Games, Amy takes a weight off mums to be, Aboriginal Workforce Grants, Report shows work awarded under stimulus program, $100 million public housing stimulus industry briefings, TURBO2 creating opportunities for Territory businesses.
  • Business bulletin: 18 April 2019
    Eat local this Easter, Unlocking your export potential, Onshore gas code of practice released, Territory’s top innovators, Creating jobs on Groote Eylandt.
  • Business bulletin: 4 April 2019
    Growing our international education and training sector, Launching the Territory’s space industry, Aboriginal Workforce Grants, Showcasing the Territory’s trade and investment opportunities, ICAC business information sessions.
  • Business bulletin: 21 March 2019
    Construction starts on luxury hotel site, Darwin rural senior lifestyle accommodation, Keep River Road upgrade, Territory entrepreneurs making their mark, Enhancing our Top End tourism businesses.
  • Business bulletin: 7 March 2019
    Free trade agreement signed, Rail back online for major movement of Defence equipment, Barkly Stock Route upgrade, Tapping into new opportunities at oil and gas conference, Prelude to the Future.
  • Business bulletin: 21 February 2019
    New CEO Shaun Drabsch, NT major construction projects snapshot, Digital Partnerships Program, Champions team supporting Territory businesses, Tendering as a joint venture.
  • Business bulletin: 7 February 2019
    Business on board with incentives program, Creating local jobs and turbocharging tourism, Lithium mine breaks new ground with mineral lease, Check out what’s on at AGES, Business Upskills is back in 2019.
  • Business bulletins 2018
    Information of economic development and business-related industry and movements in the Northern Territory during 2018.
  • Business bulletins 2017
    Information of economic development and business-related industry and movements in the Northern Territory during 2017.
  • Business bulletins 2016
    Information of economic development and business-related industry and movements in the Northern Territory during 2016.
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