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Aboriginal Affairs in the spotlight

A suite of television and radio commercials have kicked off featuring NT Sportsperson of the Year and Hawthorn premiership Norm Smith Medal star, Cyril Rioli.

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Kurringal redevelopment progressing

Construction at the site of the former public housing complex Kurringal Flats in Fannie Bay, Darwin, is progressing well with infrastructure works and site preparation completed and construction of the first stage of the development commenced.

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First houses handed over in Galiwin’ku

The first four of 40 ‘fast build’ houses at Galiwin’ku after the devastation of Tropical Cyclones Lam and Nathan have been completed and the keys handed over to tenants.

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Industry Procurement Forum

The Northern Territory Government is holding an industry procurement forum in Alice Springs.

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AIS wins Human Justice Award

The Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) has been awarded the Human Justice Award at the NT Human Rights Awards ceremony on Thursday evening.

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Opening hours over Christmas

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...

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Infrastructure works for Maningrida

The community of Maningrida in the Arafura region is receiving new lighting, council equipment and sewer infrastructure.

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Special Purpose Grants awarded to councils across the Territory

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.

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2014 Indigenous Community Engineering Guidelines now available

This morning the Department launched the revised Indigenous Community Engineering Guidelines (ICEG 2014).

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In-language audio about the Aboriginal Interpreter Service

In-language audio recordings about the Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) are now available in 17 Aboriginal languages.