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$69 million works continuing

The Department of Housing and Community Development $69 million stimulus program is continuing to put smiles on the faces of many public housing tenants.

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Public housing tenants praise $69 million stimulus work

Katherine tenants say the $69 million stimulus package has had a positive impact, with significant repairs maintenance and upgrades carried out on public housing properties.

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Street artists wanted for public housing upgrade

Street artists have the chance to have their work featured as part of a social media competition launched by the Department of Housing and Community Development.

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$2 million worth of industry housing upgrades underway

Somerville Community Services will benefit from the $69 million Stimulus program, with refurbishments to be undertaken at 11 of its properties over the coming weeks.

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Significant work in town camps happening now

Our department is rolling out $24 million worth of work in town camps, following the release of the Town Camps Review Report last month.

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Pride in Your Place award February winner

Are you a public housing tenant who takes pride in their house and yard? We want to reward you for your efforts.

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DHCD Opening Hours - Post Tropical Cyclone Marcus

Our Housing tenancy offices are open today (Monday 19 March) during standard office hours.

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$69 million stimulus to boost construction industry

The Department of Housing and Community Development is delivering a $69 million stimulus package to the urban and regional construction sector, through much needed repairs, maintenance and upgrades to public housing.

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Room to Breathe work continues in remote communities

Our staff travelled to Areyonga located 240 kilometres West of Alice Springs, to provide residents with a follow up visit on Room to Breathe work last week.

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PHSOs adopt video technology

Some of the Public Housing Safety Officers (PHSOs) in Darwin and Alice Springs will be trialling body worn video cameras this month.