June 2020 marks the end of the third year of the Northern Territory Government’s remote housing investment package Our Community. Our Future. Our Homes.
Congratulations to Jessie Miller and family from Abbotts Camp, Alice Springs, who are our latest Pride in Your Place winner.
134 new prefabricated homes are being delivered to 24 remote communities through HomeBuild, part of the Our Community. Our Future. Our Homes. remote housing program.
The Department of Local Government, Housing and Community Development has appointed Acting Deputy CEO, Ms Karen Walsh as Community Housing Registrar for the NT under the Community Housing Providers (National Uniform Law) 2013 (the Act), effective from 16 June 2020.
A new 24 hour 7 day a week accommodation centre will open in Darwin from 5 June 2020 for a two month period to provide over-flow accommodation for visitors requiring short-term accommodation.
Our Interpreting and Translating Service NT (ITSNT) team say they’re honoured to have been a part of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) response in the Northern Territory.
While the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is situation changing rapidly, the Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) is continuing to facilitate effective cross-cultural communication between service providers and Aboriginal people who do not speak English as a first language in the Northern Territory.
For public housing tenants who are self-isolating due to Coronavirus, please let your local housing office know so we can do our part too.
When Cyclone Claudia affected the Territory in early January, the Aboriginal Interpreter Service assisted NT Police, Fire and Emergency Services (NTPFES) with interpreting critical emergency messaging in language to the North and West Arnhem communities at risk.
Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) staff have described a sense of pride in being able to assist operators communicate more effectively with Aboriginal people calling 000.