Working in the NT Collection home page

The Northern Territory has long had a reputation for being a great place to live and work.

Tourism, construction and mining industries provided the majority of the workforce opportunities in the NT, and they have continued to boom even after decades of growth.

The Northern Territory has also provided some unique challenges faced by many health, education and community workers over the years, such as isolation and language barriers to name a few, but they are outweighed by the remarkable life opportunities that can come with working in a cross cultural environment.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 9 of 9
PreviewIssue DateTitleOther titleAuthor(s)
PH1032-90-91.pdf.jpg-Humpty Doo Rice Project-Hulands, Robert
Peter Allen_copy provided by Stuart Sporn to NTL 10-6-2016.JPG.jpg-Allen Brothers from Alice Springs-Sporn, Stuart
DSCF2407.JPG.jpg27-Nov-2015Working in Nhulunbuy-Bawden, H
British Flying Boat Darwin Harber 1947.jpg.jpg-Time in Alice- 1952-Harris, Kevin Roy
Bond's and ANA DC3 at Alice Springs 1952. 2 jpg.jpg.jpg-Bonds Tours 1952-Harris, Kevin Roy
A scene Palm Valley   1951.jpg.jpg-Bonds Tours in the Territory- Palm Valley 1952-Harris, Kevin Roy
Marie-Claire Nemec A Memoir.pdf.jpg-Marie-Claire Nemec : A Memoir-Nemec, Marie-Claire
Wakeup.jpg.jpg-Wake up-Lawrence, Pete
Alia2012-_019.jpg.jpg2012ALIA Awards 2012-Richards, John
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 9 of 9