• A-League fans urged to ‘Do the NT’

    The Northern Territory will be showcased as a must-do holiday destination to soccer fans in Adelaide this weekend.

    “Adelaide United Football Club will host ‘Territory Day’ at their last home game for the season against Melbourne City as part of the club’s sponsorship with Tourism NT,” Chief Minister Adam Giles said.

  • Alice netball scores

    Netball in Alice Spring has scored a goal with $2 million invested by the Territory Government for upgrades to facilities.

  • Bowls to go under cover at Fannie Bay

    The iconic Darwin Bowls and Social Club facility is to get a significant facelift.

    One of the club’s bowling greens will become synthetic and get a roof as part of the Northern Territory Government’s Budget 2015 funding allocations.

Next Event:

AFL Premiership Match: Melbourne Demons V Port Adelaide

30 May 2015

Alice Springs

The Melbourne Demons will take on Port Adelaide in the Red Centre in 2015 as part of its two-year agreement with the Northern Territory Government. The match will take place on Saturday 30 May at TIO Traeger Park, Alice Springs.

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Adelaide United Football Club

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Melbourne Demons

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Parramatta Eels

The partnership with the Eels includes a strong focus on connecting with the community through their anti-bullying community school visits, leadership for men programs and promoting elite pathways for our athletes in the NTIS Rugby League Program. Read more...