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'Little to celebrate': More jobs advertised, but no sign of tax refunds being spent - The Age
'Little to celebrate': More jobs advertised, but no sign of tax refunds being spent  The Age

There are signs the employment market may be responding to lower interest rates with the first lift in internet job advertisements in seven months but the ...


Northern Territory has $24 billion in projects happening - NT News
Northern Territory has $24 billion in projects happening  NT News

There is more than $24 billion worth of projects across a vast array Territory industry sectors in the melting pot. An NT News audit of job creating projects shows ...


Update on Charles Darwin University’s planned cuts - NT News
Update on Charles Darwin University’s planned cuts  NT News

CHARLES Darwin University has provided *fresh* figures about how many people are expected to lose their jobs in the College of Nursing and Midwifery.


Australian unemployment rate steady as economy surprises with 40,000 extra jobs - ABC News
Australian unemployment rate steady as economy surprises with 40,000 extra jobs  ABC News

Australia's unemployment rate is holding steady at 5.2 per cent as a surprise job creation bounce offsets an increase in the number of people looking for work.


Indigenous jobs growing, but more to be done - PerthNow
Indigenous jobs growing, but more to be done  PerthNow

Creating sustainable employment opportunities for indigenous Australians continues to challenge business leaders, but there is growing commitment and intent.


Northern Territory enters talks for funding for ship lift project - Infrastructure Magazine
Northern Territory enters talks for funding for ship lift project  Infrastructure Magazine

A new ship lift to be built in the Northern Territory Government is one step closer, with Chief Minister, Michael Gunner, meeting with the Northern Australian ...


These Are The Aussie Jobs With The Biggest Salary Growth This Year - 10 daily
These Are The Aussie Jobs With The Biggest Salary Growth This Year  10 daily

A new employment report shows the number of job ads has dramatically dropped in recent times, while essential industries are those enjoying the greatest pay ...


Michael Gunner's chief-of-staff Alf Leonardi replaced amid NT political shake-up - ABC News
Michael Gunner's chief-of-staff Alf Leonardi replaced amid NT political shake-up  ABC News

There has been a shake-up in the Chief Minister's office one year out from the Northern Territory election, with Michael Gunner's powerful chief-of-staff, Alf ...


Targeted Campaign Attracts New Territorians - Mirage News
Targeted Campaign Attracts New Territorians  Mirage News

The Territory Labor Government hasreleased a progress report a year on from the launch of its 2018 2028Northern Territory Population Growth Strategy to...


Charles Darwin University props up loss-making private colleges interstate - ABC News
Charles Darwin University props up loss-making private colleges interstate  ABC News

Questions are raised over a Northern Territory university's continued ownership of a loss-making private business colleges in Cairns, at a time when the ...


Pauline Hanson Has Flown To Northern Territory To Climb Uluru - LADbible
Pauline Hanson Has Flown To Northern Territory To Climb Uluru  LADbible

The One Nation leader has long backed calls for people to be able to climb the rock forever.


Skilled vacancies add to jobs gloom - MacroBusiness
Skilled vacancies add to jobs gloom  MacroBusiness

... ⦁ In trend terms, the IVI decreased by 6.7% over the year to June 2019. ⦁ Job advertisements fell in six of the eight occupational groups, with the strongest ...


Online job ad numbers fall for sixth month - Nine
Online job ad numbers fall for sixth month  Nine

The number of jobs advertised online dipped 0.6 per cent in June, marking a sixth consecutive month of falls recorded by the federal government's Internet ...


Under-fire growers promise ethical jobs - The West Australian
Under-fire growers promise ethical jobs  The West Australian

Fruit and vegetable growers are sick of having a bad reputation for illegal employment and they want stronger rules to ensure the whole industry complies with ...


When loyalty and duty are in conflict - The Canberra Times
When loyalty and duty are in conflict  The Canberra Times

How the new AFP chief juggled his role during an investigation that compromised his own superior.


Young Australians working multiple jobs - The Northern Daily Leader
Young Australians working multiple jobs  The Northern Daily Leader

A quarter of Australians younger than 30 hold multiple jobs, with the number tracking up again after a slight decline. New data also shows the median income p...


Territory Government's $400 million pledge for ship lift despite NAIF application - ABC News
Territory Government's $400 million pledge for ship lift despite NAIF application  ABC News

The financially-embattled Northern Territory Government has been accused of peddling "media spin" by re-announcing a plan to pour $400 million of taxpayer ...


Hemp Industry Bill Passes in Parliament: Diversifying our Economy and Creating Jobs - Mirage News
Hemp Industry Bill Passes in Parliament: Diversifying our Economy and Creating Jobs  Mirage News

Today the Legislative Assembly passed the Territory LaborGovernments Hemp Industry Bill, paving the way for an exciting new opportunityfor Territory...


Water, it’s our dam shame - The Australian
Water, it’s our dam shame  The Australian

Its a plan drawn up by Australias best and brightest to fulfil the grand vision of opening new food bowls in the Top End by tapping the great rivers of the far north.


NT goes it alone on $400m ship lift - Daily Liberal
NT goes it alone on $400m ship lift  Daily Liberal

The Northern Territory Labor government has committed to building a $400 million ship lift in Darwin but is gambling on Canberra stumping up funds. The coalit.


Wage growth stagnates, despite lift in public sector pay - The New Daily
Wage growth stagnates, despite lift in public sector pay  The New Daily

Australia's wage growth continues to flatline at an annual pace of 2.3 per cent, propped up by a surprise lift in public sector pay. Over the June quarter, the ...


The 10GW solar vision that could turn Northern Territory into economic powerhouse - RenewEconomy
The 10GW solar vision that could turn Northern Territory into economic powerhouse  RenewEconomy

The Northern Territory has a multi-billion dollar opportunity to invest massively in renewables, create a new hydrogen export industry, and create thousands of ...


300 public service job cuts planned in NT cost-cutting blitz - ABC News
300 public service job cuts planned in NT cost-cutting blitz  ABC News

The NT Government announces plans for the new public *service* jobs cap at the same time as it stares down a no-confidence motion in parliament, brought on ...


Teach for Australia recruits arrive in isolated Northern Territory schools for first teaching job - ABC News
Teach for Australia recruits arrive in isolated Northern Territory schools for first teaching job  ABC News

Alisha Jordan's new home tends to make headlines for all the wrong reasons. Key points: The Teach for Australia program places graduates from non-teaching ...


Local jobs could go from Charles Darwin University, staff worried about restructure 'direction' - ABC News
Local jobs could go from Charles Darwin University, staff worried about restructure 'direction'  ABC News

More than 20 local jobs in the nursing and midwifery department at the Northern Territory's only university could be cut or shifted south. Staff and the union have ...


Charles Darwin University facing funding pressures, putting 100 jobs on the line - ABC News
Charles Darwin University facing funding pressures, putting 100 jobs on the line  ABC News

Staff have been left devastated by news of sweeping job cuts, as the educational facility at Charles Darwin University faces an unprecedented financial ...


ISIS Is Regaining Strength in Iraq and Syria - The New York Times
ISIS Is Regaining Strength in Iraq and Syria  The New York Times

Five months after its territorial defeat, the Islamic State is conducting guerrilla attacks as defense officials acknowledge that the terrorist group is here to stay.


Remote NT teachers say they will leave job after $24,000 cut to entitlements - The Guardian
Remote NT teachers say they will leave job after $24,000 cut to entitlements  The Guardian

Cutting housing subsidies in Katherine hurts those who want to work toward closing the gap, union says.


Nationals leader’s solution to low Newstart rates: move to Dubbo - The Australian
Nationals leader’s solution to low Newstart rates: move to Dubbo  The Australian

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has pushed back on calls from within his partyroom to support an increase in Newstart, urging people who are out of ...


Clean energy found to be a 'pathway to prosperity’ for Northern Territory - The Guardian
Clean energy found to be a 'pathway to prosperity’ for Northern Territory  The Guardian

Renewable energy is not only a money-spinner for the NT, it can also help mining industries expand, a new report says.


NASA to launch rockets from Northern Territory - ACS
NASA to launch rockets from Northern Territory  ACS

Australia's fledgling space industry has received a shot in the arm after NASA agreed to launch several scientific rockets from a remote part of the Northern ...


Earlier Christmas penalty rates for Qld - Bega District News
Earlier Christmas penalty rates for Qld  Bega District News

Queenslanders working on Christmas Eve are set to be compensated for lost penalty rates if the Palaszczuk government has its way. It's planning to make ...


NT executives paid top dollar to focus on gas industry, but some experts doubt it will stack up - ABC News
NT executives paid top dollar to focus on gas industry, but some experts doubt it will stack up  ABC News

Four Northern Territory public *service* executives are being paid more than $200000 a year to facilitate a planned gas industry that some experts doubt will ever ...


Construction starts at Northern Territory’s largest solar farm - RenewEconomy
Construction starts at Northern Territory’s largest solar farm  RenewEconomy

Construction has commenced at the 25MW Katherine Solar Farm, set to become the Northern Territory's largest (at least for a time), following the project's ...


Australian permanent residency: 117 occupations open for skilled migrants willing to migrate to Northern Territory - SBS
Australian permanent residency: 117 occupations open for skilled migrants willing to migrate to Northern Territory  SBS

Over the next five years, low skilled migrants with limited English will have the option to apply for permanent residency after living and working in the Northern ...


Government to offer incentives for NT move, as part of $50m population strategy - ABC Local
Government to offer incentives for NT move, as part of $50m population strategy  ABC Local

Families that move to the NT to work in high priority jobs will receive more than $15000 over five years from the NT Government, as part of its newly unveiled ...


Fireworks licence fees and charges for number plates: NT Government releases budget repair plan - ABC News
Fireworks licence fees and charges for number plates: NT Government releases budget repair plan  ABC News

Through the biggest changes since self-government, the NT Government releases its plan to get out of crippling debt using a range of new fees and cuts to ...


Australia's Northern Territory needs you for work in 117 occupations! - Australian Times
Australia's Northern Territory needs you for work in 117 occupations!  Australian Times

If you're planning on going to work in Australia, you may never get a better chance than this. The authorities Down Under have embarked on a wildly ambitious ...


Executive arm of NT public service will see 52 jobs cut in a year - ABC News
Executive arm of NT public service will see 52 jobs cut in a year  ABC News

Executive jobs in the NT public *service* will be cut by 10 per cent in a year under a plan released today that promises to steer the Territory away from financial ...


Darwin shooting: Northern Territory police order parole review after rampage - The Guardian
Darwin shooting: Northern Territory police order parole review after rampage  The Guardian

Police say alleged gunman, who was on parole and wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet, may have been looking for someone.


Four-year sentence for Darwin builder who swindled $200,000 from Indigenous jobs program - ABC News
Four-year sentence for Darwin builder who swindled $200,000 from Indigenous jobs program  ABC News

A small-time Darwin builder who defrauded an Indigenous employment program of more than $200,000 in taxpayer payments from the Northern Territory ...


NT government backs 10GW solar and storage plant, biggest in world - RenewEconomy
NT government backs 10GW solar and storage plant, biggest in world  RenewEconomy

Plans to build the world's largest solar plant in the Australia desert, and use it to help power Singapore, have taken a significant step forward after winning Major ...


Northern Territory's Keep River Road contract awarded - Infrastructure Magazine
Northern Territory's Keep River Road contract awarded  Infrastructure Magazine

The $58 million tender for the Northern Territory Keep River Road upgrade has been awarded.


Five must-know details about Northern Territory's $15000 relocation offer - SBS
Five must-know details about Northern Territory's $15000 relocation offer  SBS

Over 53 occupations have been listed as a high priority - including accountants, software engineers, mechanical engineers and chefs.


Australia-Singapore Power Link awarded Major Project Status - Utility Magazine
Australia-Singapore Power Link awarded Major Project Status  Utility Magazine

The Northern Territory Government has awarded Major Project Status to Sun Cable's Australia-Singapore Power Link (ASPL). The proposed ...


Northern Territory wet season the hottest on record and the driest in 27 years - The Guardian
Northern Territory wet season the hottest on record and the driest in 27 years  The Guardian

NT's total rainfall for season was just two-thirds of the average with Darwin River dam and Tennant Creek recording lowest ever rainfall.


Resignation: NT public sector commissioner Craig Allen decides 'it's time to move on' - The Mandarin
Resignation: NT public sector commissioner Craig Allen decides 'it's time to move on'  The Mandarin

The Northern Territory Commissioner for Public Employment, Craig Allen, has tendered his resignation and will join the Queensland Office of Industrial Relations ...


The NT now has a plan to pull it out of the economic doldrums. But will it be enough? - ABC News
The NT now has a plan to pull it out of the economic doldrums. But will it be enough?  ABC News

The NT Government has released a plan to curb its spiralling debt crisis. But will it be enough?


More than half of NT open for fracking - 9news.com.au
More than half of NT open for fracking  9news.com.au

More than half of the Northern Territory will be open to fracking for gas under government plans released o...


The game-changing $20 billion solar farm project planned for the Northern Territory, plus jobs in SA - NT News
The game-changing $20 billion solar farm project planned for the Northern Territory, plus jobs in SA  NT News

A 20 billion solar farm project planned for the Barkly would generate 1000 jobs in Darwin and another 1000 in Adelaide during the construction phase, and a ...


Darwin contractor pleads guilty to defrauding Indigenous jobs program - ABC News
Darwin contractor pleads guilty to defrauding Indigenous jobs program  ABC News

A Darwin contractor who defrauded an NT Government Indigenous employment program of more than $200000 through inflated invoices and fabricated ...


Solar energy could re-power the planet and the NT economy - Pro Bono Australia
Solar energy could re-power the planet and the NT economy  Pro Bono Australia

The Northern Territory is one of the sunniest places on earth, and according to a new report, turning sunshine into energy could be the answer to reviving the ...


NT on track for 10% renewables by 2020, with two new solar farms announced - RenewEconomy
NT on track for 10% renewables by 2020, with two new solar farms announced  RenewEconomy

Northern Territory government to build construction two new solar farms, totalling 20MW of capacity – a move it says will "catapult" its renewables share to 10% ...


NT public service faces uncertain future as Government attempts to reduce $4.5 billion debt - ABC News
NT public service faces uncertain future as Government attempts to reduce $4.5 billion debt  ABC News

The NT Government raises the prospect of cutting the public *service* to bring its budget woes under control, but has ruled out going cap in hand to Canberra for a ...


Darwin only capital city in the nation where population is dropping - ABC News
Darwin only capital city in the nation where population is dropping  ABC News

As southern cities see population increases in excess of 100,000 a year, the Northern Territory's capital of Darwin is struggling to break even.


Four people shot dead in Darwin as police reveal suspect was on parole - The Guardian
Four people shot dead in Darwin as police reveal suspect was on parole  The Guardian

At least four men are dead and a woman is injured after a man believed to be an associate of an outlaw motorcycle gang newly released from prison allegedly ...


Major developers awarded millions through controversial Indigenous employment fund - ABC News
Major developers awarded millions through controversial Indigenous employment fund  ABC News

Three of the Northern Territory's largest construction companies received more than $10 million of taxpayer funds through an Indigenous employment program ...


Farmers in Northern Territory left out of latest skilled migrant worker scheme despite high hopes - ABC News
Farmers in Northern Territory left out of latest skilled migrant worker scheme despite high hopes  ABC News

Melon farmer David Cormack fears he will have to end production due to a lack of workers available to help during the growing season, despite the Northern ...


Defence numbers drop by more than 25 per cent in Darwin since 2010 - ABC News
Defence numbers drop by more than 25 per cent in Darwin since 2010  ABC News

The number of serving ADF members in the NT has dips from 6868 in 2010 to 5015 by 2018, according to NT Treasury Department figures — but a major, ...


Why are there so many more men than women in the Northern Territory? - ABC News
Why are there so many more men than women in the Northern Territory?  ABC News

When the Northern Territory Government launched a suite of initiatives to recruit young, professional women to the Top End to boost its ailing population, many ...


Cyclone Trevor lashes Northern Territory coast with destructive winds - The Guardian
Cyclone Trevor lashes Northern Territory coast with destructive winds  The Guardian

Residents of Port Hedland and Karratha in Western Australia prepare for Cyclone Veronica, due to hit on Sunday morning.


Cyclone Trevor: racism claims denied as Northern Territory begins clean-up - The Guardian
Cyclone Trevor: racism claims denied as Northern Territory begins clean-up  The Guardian

As the Northern Territory begins its big mop-up after Cyclone Trevor, local authorities have hosed down racism claims concerning evacuation efforts.


NT budget puts brake on big spending - 9news.com.au
NT budget puts brake on big spending  9news.com.au

The heavily indebted Northern Territory government has released a budget promising severe spending cuts that put the brakes on nearly two decades of ...


Cabotage would be ‘devastating’ for jobs, investment: Qantas - NT News
Cabotage would be ‘devastating’ for jobs, investment: Qantas  NT News

EASING cabotage restrictions on NT flights would be bad for regional jobs and undermine safety, Australias national carrier has warned.


Why is the Northern Territory in so much debt? - ABC News
Why is the Northern Territory in so much debt?  ABC News

Hearing senior Treasury staff describe the Northern Territory's budget as being in "dire straits" is the bureaucratic equivalent to saying, "we're stuffed". And so it ...


Forty two per cent of Territorians may not be here in two years - NT News
Forty two per cent of Territorians may not be here in two years  NT News

Forty two per cent of Territorians who have taken part in a survey to help form an NT Government population strategy dont know if they will still be here in two ...


Northern Territory Labor needs lesson of 'humiliating' defeat, says opposition - The Guardian
Northern Territory Labor needs lesson of 'humiliating' defeat, says opposition  The Guardian

Chief minister Michael Gunner returns from leave to deal with fallout in his party after sacking three ministers.


Northern Territory developing first contemporary live music strategy - The Music Network
Northern Territory developing first contemporary live music strategy  The Music Network

The first Northern Territory contemporary live music strategy, is to be developed after the release of the report The Economic and Cultural Value of Live Music in ...


Indigenous fishing deal finally reached after bitter battle with NT government - The Guardian
Indigenous fishing deal finally reached after bitter battle with NT government  The Guardian

High court ruled in 2008 that Blue Mud Bay traditional owners had exclusive access rights to waters on Aboriginal land. Lorena Allam. Wed 26 Jun 2019 14.00 ...


NASA to launch rockets into space from Northern Territory spaceport - ABC News
NASA to launch rockets into space from Northern Territory spaceport  ABC News

The world's biggest space agency plans to send rockets into space from a site 700 kilometres east of Darwin as soon as next year.


Northern Territory government in turmoil after three ministers sacked - The Guardian
Northern Territory government in turmoil after three ministers sacked  The Guardian

Chief minister Michael Gunner has booted three of his ministers who he says have 'broken caucus rules and standards'. Australian Associated Press. Fri 21 Dec ...


NT judge compares Indigenous offender to 'primitive person' - The Guardian
NT judge compares Indigenous offender to 'primitive person'  The Guardian

Greg Borchers, previously sanctioned in 2017, also tells mother she probably 'abandoned your kids in that great Indigenous fashion'


Northern Territory's Inpex hangover provides 'effects of the bust' without 'benefits of the boom' - ABC News
Northern Territory's Inpex hangover provides 'effects of the bust' without 'benefits of the boom'  ABC News

A gas plant construction boom has turned to the worst economic bust in a generation for NT residents. Does the Territory offer a warning of what might occur as ...


Unemployment remains steady at 5.2pc despite an extra 42,300 jobs - ABC News
Unemployment remains steady at 5.2pc despite an extra 42,300 jobs  ABC News

Australia's unemployment rate remains stuck at 5.2 per cent, despite the creation of 42300 jobs in May, as a record number of people look for work.


Northern Territory: Here's Your Own Personalised Travel Itinerary - Pedestrian TV
Northern Territory: Here's Your Own Personalised Travel Itinerary  Pedestrian TV

Here's what to do in the Northern Territory, depending on whether you're a culture lover, festival-goer, adrenaline junkie or nature enthusiast.


Door opens for permanent migration to Australia for low-skill workers without great English, but there's a catch - ABC News
Door opens for permanent migration to Australia for low-skill workers without great English, but there's a catch  ABC News

The Government has opened a gateway for foreigners with basic farm or hospitality skills to move permanently to Australia on a work visa.


Cyclone Trevor could reach category 4 as it crosses Northern Territory coast - The Guardian
Cyclone Trevor could reach category 4 as it crosses Northern Territory coast  The Guardian

The now category one storm is expected to intensify, bringing destructive winds, heavy rain and dangerous storm tide. AAP and Guardian staff. Wed 20 Mar ...


NT government offering grants, concessions to boost property sector but experts warn more needed - Domain News
NT government offering grants, concessions to boost property sector but experts warn more needed  Domain News

A government-led cash splash has boosted property activity, but experts warn more must be done to ensure the money isn\\\'t just a sugar hit for a struggling ...


'System is broken': all children in NT detention are Aboriginal, officials say - The Guardian
'System is broken': all children in NT detention are Aboriginal, officials say  The Guardian

Committee hears that government is 'not ready' to implement Don Dale commission recommendations despite 'failed policy'


NT Government's plan to save its economy criticised by Territory economist - ABC News
NT Government's plan to save its economy criticised by Territory economist  ABC News

A Territory economist casts doubt on the likelihood of success of a 10-year plan to save the Northern Territory economy, arguing power and politics will trump the ...


Pre-assembled concept proposed for 10 GW Northern Territory PV project - pv magazine Australia
Pre-assembled concept proposed for 10 GW Northern Territory PV project  pv magazine Australia

Singapore-based proponent Sun Cable is eyeing up what would be the world's biggest solar project by a large margin. The NT government is on board with the ...


Northern Territory chief minister ‘ambushed’ by angry businesswoman at media event - 9news.com.au
Northern Territory chief minister ‘ambushed’ by angry businesswoman at media event  9news.com.au

The Chief Minister of the Northern Territory has been ambushed by an angry businesswoman as he was promotin...


NT housing groups breathe a sigh of relief over remote housing deal - Pro Bono Australia
NT housing groups breathe a sigh of relief over remote housing deal  Pro Bono Australia

A prolonged remote housing battle between the federal and Northern Territory governments has been finalised, with NT land councils and social housing groups ...


NT budget hit by downgrade - The Canberra Times
NT budget hit by downgrade  The Canberra Times

The Northern Territory's credit rating has been downgraded with the Territory government blaming the federal government cuts to GST returns. Rating agency ...


Northern Territory’s youth justice system is a theatre of the absurd and Australia’s great shame - The Guardian
Northern Territory’s youth justice system is a theatre of the absurd and Australia’s great shame  The Guardian

Little has changed since the royal commission. There is no way this would continue to happen to white Australian children.


Labor's support for 'carbon disaster' in Beetaloo basin condemned - The Guardian
Labor's support for 'carbon disaster' in Beetaloo basin condemned  The Guardian

Lock the Gate says fracking in Northern Territory basin would be the equivalent of 50 new coal-fired power stations.


Federal election 2019: Labor, Coalition vow to cut emissions while supporting NT fracking. Is that possible? - ABC News
Federal election 2019: Labor, Coalition vow to cut emissions while supporting NT fracking. Is that possible?  ABC News

The environment and energy have emerged as two of the biggest issues ahead of Saturday's federal election. While that has seen the spotlight shone on Adani's ...


Seafarms confident in NT prawn funds - SBS
Seafarms confident in NT prawn funds  SBS

Australia's biggest prawn farm will be built in the Northern Territory with Seafarms opening an office in Darwin this week for its $2 billion project.


Mining drives consistent job growth through 2019 - Australian Mining
Mining drives consistent job growth through 2019  Australian Mining

Employment company SEEK has revealed that the mining, resources and energy sector was the third-strongest contributor to the Australian employment market ...


NT Government spruiks offer to underwrite loans for major projects to big four banks - ABC News
NT Government spruiks offer to underwrite loans for major projects to big four banks  ABC News

Despite the Territory's recent budget woes, Chief Minister Michael Gunner's Government will offer to act as guarantors for large-scale projects in the Top End to ...


Artback NT: Showcasing Northern Territory artists to global audiences - ArtsHub
Artback NT: Showcasing Northern Territory artists to global audiences  ArtsHub

From visual artists to musicians, theatre performers and dancers, Artback NT propels creatives onto the international stage while connecting remote communities ...


Northern Territory businesses struggle to find workers in a depressed jobs market - ABC News
Northern Territory businesses struggle to find workers in a depressed jobs market  ABC News

A shortage of bakers, panel beaters and auto electricians is hitting employers hard, as they say it has never been harder to find and keep a worker in the Top ...


Why the ‘tax on jobs’ is a crock and roll - The West Australian
Why the ‘tax on jobs’ is a crock and roll  The West Australian

One of Australia's most respected businessmen is calling on the McGowan Government to slash payroll tax, saying it needs to be cheaper to employ workers.


Newmont pipeline for Tanami receives NT approval - Australian Mining
Newmont pipeline for Tanami receives NT approval  Australian Mining

The Australian Gas Infrastructure Group has received conditional consent from the NT Government to operate the 440km Tanami gas pipeline.


Families will be offered up to $15,000 to move to the Northern Territory - 9news.com.au
Families will be offered up to $15,000 to move to the Northern Territory  9news.com.au

The state government will give families up to $14000 under a 10-year plan to restore the the growth of the...


CDP providers paid more for work for the dole than actual jobs - NT News
CDP providers paid more for work for the dole than actual jobs  NT News

*SERVICE* providers are paid more for placing jobseekers in work for the dole programs than actual jobs, an evaluation of the Federal Governments controversial ...


Northern Territory Labor optimistic of 2020 re-election after federal election results - ABC News
Northern Territory Labor optimistic of 2020 re-election after federal election results  ABC News

If the federal election result in the NT was supposed to be a referendum on Territory Labor, Chief Minister Michael Gunner will be feeling relieved, after the ...


Northern Territory on cusp of becoming gas centre of Australia as gas pipeline opens - ABC News
Northern Territory on cusp of becoming gas centre of Australia as gas pipeline opens  ABC News

A flagged expansion of a major new gas pipeline running from the Northern Territory outback to Queensland could meet the gas demands in Brisbane, Sydney ...


High court native title award of $2.53m may open floodgates - The Guardian
High court native title award of $2.53m may open floodgates  The Guardian

Ruling sets precedent that may trigger compensation claims worth billions of dollars from hundreds of applicants.


NT to pass new youth justice laws that contradict Don Dale findings - The Guardian
NT to pass new youth justice laws that contradict Don Dale findings  The Guardian

Northern Territory laws to clarify how and when guards can use force, restraints and isolation on children.