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ITSNT interpreters help Australian citizens return home

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ITSNT interpreters help Australian citizens return home

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.

AIS availability during COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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AIS availability during COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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.

Are you self-isolating or feeling unwell?

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Are you self-isolating or feeling unwell?

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.

AIS interpreters receive NTPFES recognition for their emergency messaging interpreting services

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AIS interpreters receive NTPFES recognition for their emergency messaging interpreting services

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.

AIS assisting operators with 000 calls

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AIS assisting operators with 000 calls

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.

Request for Proposals - Operation of the Better Pathways Centre

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Request for Proposals - Operation of the Better Pathways Centre

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.

Stimulus assists Somerville to help people in need

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Stimulus assists Somerville to help people in need

The $100m public housing stimulus program has helped organisations like Somerville Community Services refurbish homes which help homeless families transition into housing.

Stimulus benefits both contractors and tenants

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Stimulus benefits both contractors and tenants

The all-round benefits of the department’s $100 million public housing stimulus program were on display in Alice Springs recently.

Innovation enhances carer's home

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Innovation enhances carer's home

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.

ITSNT introduces audio recordings

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ITSNT introduces audio recordings

The Interpreting and Translating Service NT (ITSNT) is proud to introduce a new audio recording capability to its service.