If you’ve ever wondered what we do in the Youth Services office at the City of Darwin, this short film has all the answers! Made by local young communications guru Amy Hetherington of Amiable Communications, this is a snapshot of what the City of Darwin has to offer for young people.
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Registrations have opened for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Class Clowns Competition! If you think you’ve got what it takes to compete against fellow secondary school students across Australia (and also participate in workshops with some established comedians!), Class Clowns 2014 is for you. Rules: Open to secondary students in Years 9-12 or 14-18 years [...]
The next Launch pop-up gig is here! At Bagot Community, Saturday 6th July starting at 3:30pm. It’s a FREE event, created by young people for young people!
We have all heard about it, seen it on TV or even in our own homes, but do we really know what it is? What is alcohol? What does it do to our bodies? What is binge drinking and why is it such a massive risk? Alcohol is fermented grains, fruits or vegetables. Fermentation occurs [...]
Are you an emerging and aspiring music industry professional between 12 and 25 years old?! Intune Youth is a one-day conference presented by MusicNT specifically targeted for young people aged 12-25 who are looking to network with other young musicians, connect with experienced industry professionals and take that next step in their career. It’s on Friday 12 April [...]
CLICK HERE for the printable version of the program! WHAT? LAUNCH – a celebration of youth culture in Darwin. 4 days of jam packed, fun filled explosions of activites, workshops, music, art, dance and HEAPS MORE! WHEN? April 10-13th WHERE? Darwin Entertainment Centre The best part though is that the event is completely FREE for [...]
An awesome video by and awesome GRINDer… Just saying..
Do you dream of being a TV news Reporter? Are you interested in Media and sharing people’s stories? THen you should sign up for this 3 day Meda Makers workshop!
Do you know an exceptional young person giving outstanding service to the community aged 29 years or under? Then nominate them for the Darwin Young Citizen of the Year Award!