The Northern Territory Government is holding a third round of industry briefings for the $100 million stimulus program.
Eunice has comfortably settled into her new home, with the beginnings of a lawn and a garden starting to bloom, and she could not be happier.
The Aboriginal Interpreter service will partner with the Menzies School of Health Research and Charles Darwin University to host a symposium on the importance of cross-cultural communication and Aboriginal health care. The symposium is being held in Darwin on November 21.
All homes in the Palmerston Indigenous Village (PIV) will have been upgraded, when work under the Town Camps Reform Framework is completed at the end of the month.
For the first time in its history, the Jilkminggan community has entered into a formal housing lease agreement with the Department of Local Government, Housing and Community Development (DLGHCD).
For September, our Pride in your Place awards committee teamed up with CatholicCare NT, to take part in its annual garden competition in Santa Teresa.
The Department of Local Government, Housing and Community Development has released a request for proposals for Government Employee Housing (GEH) stock in Tennant Creek.
Tennant Creek Women’s Refuge staff were left speechless at the urgent work done to repair their facility, after it was significantly damaged by fire in July.
The Arramwelke Aboriginal Corporation are pleased to have new municipal equipment for Urlampe Outstation after receiving funds from the department’s Municipal and Essential Services Special Purpose Grants Program through Homeland Services.
The new tenant of a brand new unit secured as part of the department’s social housing head-leasing program feels like she’s “won the lottery” after moving in last month.