Animal welfare organisations are encouraged to jump online to submit their applications for the 2019-2020 Animal Welfare Fund grant program, with submissions closing this Friday 17 May.
Applications will open on Wednesday 15 May for the $1 million NT Recreational Fishing Grants Scheme.
Two world-class mountain bikers have taken on the trails around Alice Springs and Darwin, showcasing them to a global audience of thousands of committed mountain bikers through Pinkbike.com.
Thousands of viewers across Australia had a front-row seat at the television wedding of the year this morning, when Nine Network’s Today Win a Top End Wedding competition winners Lauren and Steve said ‘I do’ at picturesque Pee Wee’s at the Point.
The Northern Territory’s (NT) capacity to respond to Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) has increased with Department of Primary Industry and Resources veterinarian, Megan Pickering, completing intensive FMD training in Nepal.
A group of Australian business event planners from the corporate, association and incentive markets are in the Top End to take part in the Darwin Showcase. The familiarisation, which runs from 2-5 May, is being hosted by the NT Convention Bureau and its industry partners.
A Northern Territory Tourism Investment Forum is taking place at the Darwin Convention Centre today as part of the Arafura Games 2019 Business Engagement Program. The forum will include a roundtable, networking opportunities and site visits. Delegates will receive valuable insights into the Territory’s long-term tourism opportunities, including the NT Government’s 2030 tourism industry development strategy, the Darwin City Deal, the Jabiru Township Redevelopment Project and the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park.
The Territory Labor Government has awarded the design tender for the West Macs Red Centre Adventure Ride to Coffey Services Australia Pty Ltd.
Territory tourism businesses will be supported to enhance their visitor offerings, with the Visitor Experience Enhancement Program (VEEP) to be extended for another two years as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $62.8 million TURBO2 investment announced earlier this week.
Major events and festivals will get a $20 million boost under the Territory Labor Government’s TURBO2 investment aimed at attracting more visitors and injecting more money into the economy.