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Little lives need good drivers – remember, students are returning to school from Tuesday 29 January

Please take care around schools, obey all speed limits, watch out for pedestrians and park safely when dropping off or picking up children.

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Woods St closure for Garramilla Boulevard

Construction of Darwin CBD’s iconic third entry point Garramilla Boulevard is progressing well, with work on the new intersection with Woods St set to begin in early January 2019.

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Consultation Open for Katherine Terrace/ Lindsay Street Intersection Safety Improvements

The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics is planning to deliver a vital road safety project within the Township of Katherine.

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Who’s Your Sober Bob?

Drink driving remains a major issue for all Territorians.

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What are you doing this weekend?

Come join the fun at this weekend’s AFLNT triple header!

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Central Darwin Area Plan Draft Area Plan for Consultation

The Northern Territory Planning Commission is creating a strategic land use plan for Central Darwin – from Frances Bay and the Waterfront through to Cullen Bay and all areas in between.

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Become a community member of the Development Consent Authority Board

Do you want to be part of the changing face of the Northern Territory? Are you passionate about development, design, architecture and planning? Expressions of interest for the Development Consent Authority Board are now open to Territorians who want a say as to how their town or city develops.

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Mandorah Jetty Restricted to Pedestrian Access

Access to the Mandorah Jetty has been restricted to pedestrian access until further notice.

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Building Advisory Services Change to Operating Hours

The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics wishes to advise that the Building Advisory Services front counter will be closed from 2:00pm, Friday 7 December 2018.

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Acacia Hill School Upgrades

Brighter futures and better facilities are within reach for Acacia Hill School students.