News

Thumbnail

news /

Alice Springs Masters Games close in style

The Alice Springs Masters Games have been officially closed with Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss wrapping up proceedings in front of thousands of competitors at Anzac Oval this evening.

news /

Tom O’Neill-Thorne Shoots for World Champs

Local sporting hero Tom O’Neill-Thorne will be heading to Japan tomorrow 10 November to compete for Australia in the Junior U23’s Wheelchair Basketball invitational tournament.

news /

Tickets on sale for 2017 Rugby League World Cup

Today marks one year until the opening match of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, with Australia scheduled to play England on 27 October in Melbourne.

Thumbnail

news /

First shot taken at new netball facility

Long serving Alice Springs netball administrator Pat Gallagher has today taken the first shot at goal at the new Alice Springs netball courts named in her honour.

Thumbnail

news /

Leanyer Recreation Park upgrades to begin

Darwin locals love their waterparks, and today the Leanyer Recreation Park will begin upgrades to ensure the venue’s fun atmosphere, safety and longevity remain for future generations.

Thumbnail

news /

A stadium for netball in Alice Springs

The Northern Territory Government today announced the redevelopment of a world-class netball centre at Ross Park in Alice Springs.

Thumbnail

news /

Sheffield Shield Ready to put the Red Centre in a Spin

Final preparations are underway at the iconic TIO Traeger Park at Alice Springs ahead of the crucial Sheffield Shield clash between the Victoria Bushrangers and New South Wales Blues.

Thumbnail

news /

BMX riding strong with the Sport Voucher Scheme

The Northern Territory Government introduced the scheme in 2012 to help families cover the cost of their children getting involved in sport, recreation and cultural activities by providing a one hundred dollar voucher twice a year.