Maningrida “Dream Team” keeping it beautiful

July 25, 2017

The township of Maningrida (the biggest remote township community in NT) has effectively and successfully  continuously achieved positive social and environmental improvements throughout the year.  Keep an eye out for the ‘Maningrida Dream Team’ in their orange shirts as they are hard at work keeping Maningrida Beautiful.    They are going hard in our Territory Tidy Towns

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Keeping Finke Tidy and Clean

April 13, 2017

Finke is a small desert community, almost 450km drive South of Alice Springs.   We’re very proud of their efforts in keeping their community clean and tidy and wish them luck in the Territory Tidy Towns 2017 competition. Take a look at these photos of Finke looking squeaky clean – including the Finke rubbish tip

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Northern Territory Plastic Bags Ban (5 Year Litter Performance Review)

January 12, 2017

The Northern Territory Environment Protection (Beverage Container & Plastic Bags) Act was passed by the legislative Assembly in February 2011 with the ban to supply single-use lightweight plastic bags coming into effect in September 2011. The Keep Australia Beautiful National Litter Index survey results for Northern Territory have indicated a negative result in plastic bag

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North Australia – Corporate Social Responsibility Opportunity

January 12, 2017

Keep Australia Beautiful Council Northern Territory (KABCNT) is looking to partnership with ‘Territory Businesses and Organisations’ implementing shared objectives and initiatives to positively improve social and environmental wellbeing. Please consider allowing KABC(NT) become a stakeholder with your business strengthening key pillars of positive community culture, education and awareness as we Develop North Australia and as

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BE CROCWISE’ song/claymation from Berry Springs Primary School

November 25, 2016

Watch and listen and be blown away with the creativity from the children at Berry Springs Primary School! The  BE CROCWISE program is linked to the Eco-school program to help create awareness and reduce croc attack risk around the NT. Click here to find out more about BE CROCWISE and how your school can take part

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