A local Darwin contractor has used innovative designs to enhance a carer’s home at Palmerston Indigenous Village, allowing the young residents staying there to be better looked after.
The NT Government is supporting rough sleepers with the establishment of the Better Pathways Centre (BPC), a drop-in day centre that will provide support for vulnerable Territorians in the Darwin city area.
The Interpreting and Translating Service NT (ITSNT) is proud to introduce a new audio recording capability to its service.
A new inter island barge for the Tiwi Islands is expected to be operational by the new year.
A home for all Territorians – Northern Territory Housing Strategy 2020-2025 has been officially released today.
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).