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.
The Local Authority in Minyerri have reached a great outcome for the community, having commenced the sealing of internal roads.
Six months after moving into their newly constructed home in Santa Teresa, Marcus and Kellie say their family is thriving in the spacious environment.
A Galiwin’ku family was excited to walk through the doors to their new home, after their original house was destroyed in the cyclones which struck the island in 2015.
Congratulations to Nhulunbuy resident Hilmo Jahic who is the Pride in your Place winner for August.
Senior social housing tenant Suzanne’s quality of life is set to improve dramatically after she received a brand new unit with improved access facilities in Alice Springs.
Overcrowded conditions have hindered eight-year-old Ernest’s health, as he battles a debilitating medical illness.
Bringing joy to the faces of new refugees arriving in Darwin is the most rewarding aspect of Richard’s job as a Swahili Interpreter.