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Framing the future



Framing the future


Giles, Adam

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Country Liberals


Media Releases for 12th Assembly 2012 - 2016; Media Releases; ParliamentNT




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Planning; Economic development

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Northern Territory Government

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Issued as a Media Release

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Northern Territory Government

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Our economy is strong, our culture is vibrant and our lifestyle and environment are enviable. My government has an ambitious plan to build on this and grow the Territory into the future this blueprint underpins that vision. Framing the Futures four strategic goals are: A Prosperous Economy: that creates wealth and jobs; is competitive and innovative; is built on exports and the needs of our trading partners; captures the energy and opportunities across the Territory; and, attracts new local, national and international investment. A Strong Society: that values an individuals right to freedom; where everyone has the same access to opportunities and resources; which supports the most vulnerable; that is safe for all. A Balanced Environment: that provides opportunities for use, preservation and protection; that mitigates impact while maximising opportunity. A Confident Culture that is proud of and confident in the Territory; values and celebrates diversity; that has a focus on a healthy, active and enjoyable lifestyle that takes full advantage of the unique features the Territory has to offer. Framing the Future is currently a draft blueprint and the Government invites public feedback, so please log on and have your say at www.nt.gov.au/framingthefuture, Mr Giles said. You can also provide comment by emailing framingthefuture@nt.gov.au or writing to GPO Box 4396, Darwin NT 0801. Comments are welcome until the 31st of October. Media Contact: Danielle Parry 0413 081 801 http://www.nt.gov.au/framingthefuture mailto:framingthefuture@nt.gov.au

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