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Palmerston Indigenous Village – sewer main upgrade project

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Palmerston Indigenous Village – sewer main upgrade project

The Department of Local Government, Housing and Community Development recently funded a project in the Palmerston Indigenous Village (PIV) town camp.

Your Voice Your Community

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Your Voice Your Community

Have your say and help your community. It’s important for you, your family and your community to be enrolled to vote and to have your Medicare details up to date.

Energy efficiency grant available now

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Energy efficiency grant available now

Local government councils have the opportunity to apply for a one-off Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Grant.

Are you looking for a low deposit home loan?

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Are you looking for a low deposit home loan?

Attend one of the information sessions being held in Darwin, Katherine, Palmerston and Alice Springs to find out more.

Redevelopment of John Stokes Square

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Redevelopment of John Stokes Square

The public housing complex at 47 Progress Drive, John Stokes Square, will be redeveloped in 2019.

$100m stimulus industry briefing for Nhulunbuy

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$100m stimulus industry briefing for Nhulunbuy

The $100 million public housing stimulus program is continuing to be rolled out across the Northern Territory.

First Pride in your Place Award winner for 2019

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First Pride in your Place Award winner for 2019

Congratulations to the first Pride In Your Place Award winner for 2019 - Bakewell resident, Filomena Lemos.

Stimulus industry briefing dates set

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Stimulus industry briefing dates set

The Northern Territory Government announced a $100 million public housing stimulus program in late November 2018, which aims to further support local businesses and jobs in the construction industry.

Hafez proud to help

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Hafez proud to help

Arabic interpreter Hafez Ajjur has been recognised for his work in assisting NT Police.

Shekiera follows in grandmother’s footsteps

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Shekiera follows in grandmother’s footsteps

Nineteen year old Shekiera Mununggurr has become one of the youngest Aboriginal interpreters in the Northern Territory, after completing her training this month.