All eligible members of the NT Seniors Recognition Scheme will transition across to the prepaid card from July 2020, giving them greater flexibility and choice on how to spend their $500 annual payment.
Territory Families recently launched the Multicultural Policy 2020-25, which outlines the objectives, outcomes and actions that will increase and strengthen multiculturalism in the NT.
Whether it is sports, film, horse riding, camping or even lip sync battles, young Territorians are spoilt for choice with hundreds of activities on offer across the NT during these June-July school holidays.
We understand that some members may not have booked travel due to uncertainties relating to COVID-19.
The Northern Territory Government is funding 10 community organisations close to $3 million to support those experiencing domestic, family and sexual violence.
Territorians can celebrate the achievements of women worldwide with a range of events taking place as part of International Women’s Day this week.
Approximately 1400 members of the NT Seniors Recognition Scheme have been issued a new prepaid card, giving them greater flexibility and choice on how to spend their $500 annual payment.
Two passionate young Territorians have been selected to promote and coordinate the Northern Territory’s most exciting week of youth events – NT Youth Week 2020.
Community Youth Diversion (CYD) programs will be renewed in more than a dozen remote communities across the Top End and Central Australia following grants to new service providers.
The Equal Remuneration Order (ERO) for staff employed under the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 will be fully applied in 2020.