When Marsha Maule-Murphy arrived from Trinidad and drove from Adelaide to Alice Springs for the first time, she was astounded by the sheer distance to her new home. She’d just come from an island that can be crossed in a few hours.
Tag: Northern Territory
Modular service centres powering across the countryside
The Department of Human Services is committed to providing equitable access to health and welfare services. To honour this commitment, some old remote service centres are being replaced with new energy-efficient modular buildings.
Our multilingual Indigenous staff
Over tens of thousands of years, more than 700 Indigenous languages and dialects have been spoken by Australia’s First Nations people on their lands.
Bridging the gap between the department and Indigenous communities
Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are warned that this article and accompanying video contain references to Ralph’s grandmother who passed away some years ago.
Financial advice in the Terry-tory
As part of Seniors month in the Northern Territory, Financial Information Services (FIS) Officer, Terry, is offering a range of free seminars aimed at people who are close to retiring, and also people who are of working age, to help them be more self-sufficient in their retirement.
Children and Ancestors inspire Naomy’s art for NAIDOC Week
If you’re celebrating NAIDOC week in the top end, you might see some shirts designed by Naomy, a staff member from the Department of Human Services.