Three new homes have been handed over to senior residents of Arlparra and twelve more are on the way as part of a $25.3 million NT Government investment in the region.
Elaine Quinn and her grandchildren live at Hoppy’s Camp located on the outskirts of Alice Springs and she takes great pride in her garden and keeping her yard tidy.
Binjari Community Aboriginal Corporation has signed a historic 99-year lease with the Commonwealth Government over public housing in the community living area of Binjari, putting in place secure and long-term tenure arrangements over public housing.
Kevin Rogers is a Community Based Interpreter (CBI) with the Aboriginal Interpreting Service in Katherine.
New market rent rates have come into effect on Monday, 6 March 2017. The Northern Territory Government will begin charging the new market rent rates as of this date.
A Request for Proposals from the community housing sector and non-government organisations for tenancy management and property maintenance services to lease one or more of three houses in Alice Springs and a unit complex in Katherine has opened.
Tis the season to indulge in all things festive and nothing says Christmas like the beginning of the Department of Housing and Community Development’s annual delivery of Lions Christmas cakes.
Manymak Energy Efficiency Project has been recognised on the national stage, being awarded the Sustainable and Resilient Communities award at the Banksia Awards held in Sydney this week.
On Monday the first on-demand Aboriginal video interpreting service in Australia was launched by our Minister for Housing and Community Development Gerry McCarthy, MLA.
The department’s Remote Engagement and Coordination Strategy (RECS) has been awarded the Indigenous Projects award and a highly commended for Project of the Year in the 2016 International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Australasia Core Values Awards.