Ministerial Statement Development and Progress of the Northern Territory University Hon. Fred Finch February 1997
Tabled Paper 3121
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ALSO DUE FOR COMPLETION THIS YEAR IS THE SCIENCE OUTDOOR RESEARCH AREA AS PART OF THE AQUACULTURE HORTICULTURE COMPLEX. ALONG WITH THE SCIENCE FACULTY, THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC IS ONE OF THE LAST TO LEAVE MYILLY POINT. THIS HAS BEEN MADE POSSIBLE BY THE REFURBISHMENT OF THE BREEZEWAY BUILDING FOR THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC, AND THE CONVERSION OF THE FORMER SCHOOL OF TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY BUILDING FOR THE SCHOOL OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC. THIS PROJECT COST $1.9 MILLION DOLLARS AND THE MUSIC SCHOOLS WILL BE RE-LOCATED IN TIME FOR THE BEGINNING OF FIRST SEMESTER THIS YEAR. THE VARIOUS LANDSCAPING PROJECTS HAVE MADE A GREAT DIFFERENCE TO THE PHYSICAL BEAUTY OF THE CAMPUS.
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