Category: Northern Territory

NT gov bails on Kakadu’s Window to the Wetlands

Instead of installing an operator to run the site cheaply, the NT government has aborted a basic facility in

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NT Dan Murphy’s gets the green light

A vocal opposition to a Darwin Dan Murphy's has failed to prevent the approval of a new store. Retail workers

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ANZAC Travel Bubble opens as baby step to international

The NZ/ Australia bubble has opened one-way. Mandatory AU hotel quarantine still applies, but it's a start. Air NZ says

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National Parks director pushed out over indigenous sacred sites

Accountability is front of mind across indigenous sacred sites as NT and WA tourism heats up. TTN - 16 Oct

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1000 jobs funded in tourism facilities, World Heritage Areas

Tourism, world heritage and environment funding to aid COVID recovery From smh.com.au, 1st October 2020 World Heritage Areas and tourism facilities

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Government already claims ‘ownership’ of Indigenous flag

It's hard to take public pride in indigenous culture when the flag is owned commercially. The Tourism News is following

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Singapore getting closer with extra routes ex Cairns and Darwin

Silk Air have increased flights from northern centres to Singapore as Qantas and Virgin cut back on less profitable

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Attempts to stem NT bleeding hampered

Iconic Australian tourism destination the Northern Territory has long been considered a governmental basket case. Now it's revealed the

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$446m Jabiru 4-way masterplan to launch

It will take $446m and strategic collaboration to turn mining hub Jabiru into a tourism mecca. Jabiru future: Four-way agreement

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Airport fees keep airfares high: ACCC

TTN, 2nd May 2018With an enquiry by Australia's Productivity Commission into the Economic Regulation of Airports to begin in

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