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Be the Young Member for the next National Youth Week

Be the Young Member for the next National Youth Week

Wednesday, 21 May | No Comment

Youth NT are looking for next year’s Young Member to represent the Northern Territory for National Youth Week if you have:> experience and/or interest in issues affecting young people;> the ability to provide advice on increasing engagement of young people; > experience or the ability to help promote youth week, including attending radio and television interviews; and> […]

Get involved!

Get involved!

Wednesday, 7 May | No Comment

Help plan National Youth Week 2015! The Department of Education, Youth Affairs Branch is seeking an Indigenous young person, aged 12-25 years, to be a member of the National Youth Week (NYW) National Planning Group for 2015. The successful applicant will play an important role in providing advice to increase engagement and participation of Indigenous […]

Groovin the Moo

Groovin the Moo

Tuesday, 6 May | No Comment

Close to 20,000 fans packed the Prince of Wales Showgrounds in Bendigo, enduring the drizzly rain and cold weather to rock out to Groovin’ the Moo on Saturday. And while the weather was far from ideal for a Territorian, I was fortunate enough to be one of those festival goers after I made a last-minute […]

Ponter the Football Prodigy

Ponter the Football Prodigy

By Jackson Clark | Thursday, 13 March | No Comment

Is Territorian Danielle Ponter the best young footballer in Australia? The Sanderson Middle School student, who has only just recently turned 14 years old, has made a significant impact in her young football career. Ponter made her football debut as an 11-year-old for St Marys in the Northern Territory Football League Youth Girls U16 competition in […]

Meet our LAUNCH Youth Events Coordinators!

Meet our LAUNCH Youth Events Coordinators!

Tuesday, 4 March | 3 Comments

The 2014 LAUNCH Youth Events Training Program is underway, and we have welcomed six new Youth Events Coordinators to the team! Brenton Brenton is a musician from Darwin, NT. He is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for local Rock/Reggae band Room 105 and has been actively involved in the Darwin Music scene since 2011, […]

NTFL Top Rising Stars

NTFL Top Rising Stars

By Jackson Clark | Wednesday, 26 February | No Comment

Top Rising Stars: A number a talented young players have been unearthed in the 2013/14 NTFL season. Here a five up-and-coming stars that have caught my eye … Shaq McKenzie (St Marys): The 19-year-old wingman from East Perth in the WAFL dominated in his first game for St Marys and has not taken a step […]

Do you ride a bike in Darwin?

Do you ride a bike in Darwin?

Thursday, 30 January | No Comment

Think cycling could be easier and better in Darwin? Take this survey to have your say on the matter! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DarwinBikePlanInitialConsultation2014  

Finding My Voice

Finding My Voice

By Alexa Morris-Lovell | Thursday, 19 December | No Comment

It’s hard to believe that just three years ago I was a shy teenager wanting to make a contribution to her community, and not sure where to start. When a friend told me about the City of Darwin’s Youth Advisory Group (YAG) I decided to join immediately, and I am so glad that I did. […]

Footy Fanatics – weekly updates by Jackson Clark

Footy Fanatics – weekly updates by Jackson Clark

By Jackson Clark | Tuesday, 15 October | No Comment

If you’re a footy head don’t miss out on the weekly local footy updates by Jackson Clark! Covering the trials, the tribulations, the near misses and the victories, Jackson’s got the round on the footy ground!

Darwin Theatre Company presents: Slow Falling Bird

Darwin Theatre Company presents: Slow Falling Bird

Tuesday, 15 October | No Comment

“There’s a cord from me to you Made of living through slaughter And your brother’s broken mouth Sings the blood songs of sharks.“ The Darwin Theatre Company production of Slow Falling Bird by Christine Evans premiers this week. In the lead up to opening night, GRINDonline had a chat with local actor Ciella Williams. What […]

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DCC YAG logoCity of Darwin Youth Projects invites young people aged between 12 and 20 years to apply to be part of Council's Youth Advisory Group (YAG). YAG meets monthly to discuss and inform Council on issues affecting young people, as well as organising and hosting projects.

Contact us for an information kit!
Phone: 8930 0300
Email: youthprojects@darwin.nt.gov.au
Or submit your details online

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