Young Territorians like apprentice Henry Playford are the big winners in the Morrison Federal Government Budget.
NT CLP federal senator Sam McMahon said an estimated 100,000 low and middle income earners in the NT will receive tax relief of up to $1080 for the 2021-22 financial year.
The Northern Territory recorded its biggest turnover in retail spending with more than $300m spent each month between November and March.
Traditional Owners across the Territory have come together in Darwin to meet with politicians and organisations who they say have given mining companies permission to do work that is ‘destroying their country’.
Building and construction industry forecasts for the NT predict good health is ahead.
Tamara Grantham is one of thousands of nurses across the NT being celebrated this International Nurses Day.
This week we are going to find out just how well Territory mines can cope with a major onsite emergency in the Minerals Council of Australia’s NT Northern Australia Emergency Response Competition.
A $1.1bn mine planned for the Territory has had an offer of a multi-million-dollar cash injection from the Australian Government.
After a marathon debate that stretched well into Tuesday evening, the NT parliament has passed controversial youth bail laws into law.
The Chief Minister and his federal Labor colleague are at odds over Tuesday’s federal budget revealed by Josh Frydenberg.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says “Team Australia” is coming back from the COVID-19 recession as he hands down the 2021 budget.
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Tax cuts, health, education, welfare, tourism and more. Find out what the 2021-22 Federal Budget means for you with our 5-minute guide.
Four people have been arrested and changed after holding a silent protest in NT parliament over the government’s controversial youth bail laws.
Multiple vehicles have been involved in a crash along Tiger Brennan Drive.
The father of a teenage boy killed in Yirrkala late last month will be released from prison on compassionate grounds to bury his son and ‘re-establish magaya, the state of peace’.
Police officers will be redeployed to 13 Territory schools as the much-anticipated school-based police program returns. FULL LIST OF SCHOOLS HERE.
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THE NT Government will speak with its Victorian counterparts this afternoon about the new COVID case in Melbourne
A man will face court after allegedly striking a female pedestrian with his car as she walked along the Stuart Highway.
A proposal put forward by the NT government would see a rapidly-growing part of the Territory given control of new suburbs.
Without Liz Cambage, the Opals were little chance of ending US Olympic dominance but with her commitment locked in one legend says their gold medal hopes have skyrocketed.
ALL fourteen Children’s Commissioners and Guardians around Australia and New Zealand have united in opposing the NT’s proposed youth justice reforms, currently being debated in parliament.
STAFF at the Howard Springs quarantine facility will no longer be tested for COVID-19 using rapid diagnostic technology, more than a week after the NT government took over management from AUSMAT
Territory footy star Willie Rioli will face court in Darwin on Wednesday after he was allegedly busted with cannabis at the Darwin Airport.
Here is a list of matters listed at Nichols Place Darwin Local Court on May 10.
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