Wallace Rockhole wins 2020 Northern Territory Tidy Town Award

December 8, 2020

Huge congratulations to the proud MacDonnell Regional township of Wallace Rockhole for their impressive win of the 2020 Northern Territory Tidiest Town Sustainable Community accolade announced online, on the 27th November 2020 in Darwin. Northern Territory participating communities were desktop assessed this year due to COVID19 travel uncertainty, restrictions and isolation requirements. Keep Australia Beautiful

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Congrats Parap Primary School – a Green Flag Eco School!

December 8, 2020

We are so proud to announce that Parap Primary School has joined Nightcliff Primary School as an Internationally recognised Green Flag accredited sustainable school.  It is the highest level of achievement and is a prestigious title to hold. We’re absolutely thrilled to have our second Territory Green Flag and accolade to environmental sustainability. The Green

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Territory Sustainable Community Tidy Towns Awards – 27 November 2020

November 11, 2020

We’re proud to bring you the 2020 Territory Tidy Towns Sustainable Community Awards Announcement. A huge congratulations to our winners! 🎉🎉   2020 has been an extraordinary and challenging year for our communities, and we would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who has entered – we received some truly fantastic, inspirational

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Meet Lucas – Our Australia Oceania Youth Delegate

November 11, 2020

Congratulations to Lucas (proud Territorian, Darwin born and bred) on his selection as an Australia Oceania Youth Delegate to the global mock COP26 event – an international youth-led climate change conference. As Australia’s representative, Lucas will join other youth delegates from around 145 countries to collaborate, share and discuss climate change issues. Lucas initially plans

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Do The Right Thing – KABCNT TV Ad

November 9, 2020

Check out this catchy TV advert from 2016, proudly brought to you by KABCNT. It’s a few years old but it’s still relevant with some iconic NT landscapes. Let’s Keep Australia Beautiful – Please Don’t Litter.

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Nhulunbuy Corporation Tidy Towns Official Video

October 21, 2020

Whilst we wait for the Territory Tidy Towns Awards (27 November 2020), we’re proud to announce that the Nhulunbuy community recently received 2 awards from the National Keep Australia Beautiful, Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards 2020. Click here to find out a bit more about Nhulunbuy’s awards. The short video below was used as the

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Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns – National Awards 2020

October 15, 2020

The Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns National Awards are set out to acknowledge the hard work undertaken by individuals and groups in rural communities, and share these best practices and ideas to improve Australia’s vibrant rural towns. An online event was held on the 14th October 2020. Traditionally, the 2019 Overall Winner, Santa Teresa (Ltyentye Apurte),

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LGANT Waste Symposium

October 2, 2020

We were thrilled to present the ‘Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities’ program at LGANT Waste Management Symposium, in Darwin on Thursday 8th October, in the Ansett Room, Mercure Darwin Airport Resort. We enjoyed meeting everyone who came along and hope to see you all again at our next event. Thank you for your support! Find out

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2020 National Awards: Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns

October 2, 2020

Sustainable Communities – Tidy Towns National Awards 2020 Watch the Awards on the 13th & 14th October, and celebrate from the comfort of your own home or office as the 2020 Australian Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards go virtual. NT Finalist Nhulunbuy is hosting a ‘Big Screen’ event for the live streaming of the awards

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Henbury Eco-School

October 2, 2020

Henbury Eco-School in Darwin are continually increasing the school’s sustainability efforts with students and teachers helping create marine debris awareness, by fashioning a giant mosaic turtle through teamwork activities outlining some of the related issues of concern. (We wonder if their giant mosaic turtle was picked up by satellite?) Henbury Young Reporters for the Environment

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