The Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) has been awarded the Human Justice Award at the NT Human Rights Awards ceremony on Thursday evening.
The Department of Local Government and Community Services will be closed during the Christmas period between 25 December 2015 – 1 January 2016, re-opening on Monday 4 January 2016.Our Interpreting and Translating Services will still be operating as follows...
The community of Maningrida in the Arafura region is receiving new lighting, council equipment and sewer infrastructure.
Councils across the Territory have received funding for key projects through the Northern Territory Government’s Special Purpose Grants and Family Safe Environment Fund for local government bodies and organisations.
This morning the Department launched the revised Indigenous Community Engineering Guidelines (ICEG 2014).
In-language audio recordings about the Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) are now available in 17 Aboriginal languages.
Work commenced last week on the $450,000 redesign and refurbishment of the Jingili Water Gardens skate park. The Department of Local Government and Community Services provided a Special Purpose Grant of $150,000 for the rebuild.
The new NT Sports Award ‘Action Against Domestic Violence’ was given to the Nightcliff Football Club on 27 March for its outstanding efforts to raise awareness and prevent domestic and family violence.