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Welcome to the Northern Territory Library. We have been enriching the lives of Territorians for over 30 years. Our services help Territorians connect with the past, contribute to the present, and learn for the future.
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skewed viewsDarwin Festival – In Conversation Event

Skewed Views: Visual Arts in our Region

12:30pm Friday 8 August

Lim Sokchanlina (Phnom Penh), Temporary Territory artists (Darwin & Jakarta) and Fiona Foley (Brisbane/Badtjala) join Maurice O'Riordan (Northern Centre for Contemporary Art)  for Skewed Views, to provide a diverse selection of perspectives on what it is to create and present work in new cultural and creative contexts.

Lunchtime TalkSophie - Warning cover

Cyclone Tracy: Whose Story is it?  with Sophie Cunningham

12:10pm Thursday 14 August

Over the last three years, Melbourne author Sophie Cunningham has been researching and writing about Cyclone Tracy. The result if her book Warning. Given that the cyclone created such painful memories for those who endured it, how appropriate is it for an outside to write about it? And why is it so important we remember the events of that traumatic day almost 40 years ago?

NTL is NT's favourite LibraryIt's Official - NT's Favourite Library is Northern Territory Library

The Northern Territory library is proud to have been voted the NT's favourite Library.
Good things come in small packages, as fans of the Northern Territory Library attest: 'The Northern Territory Library is Australia's smallest state library but excels at providing similar services. It holds the most comprehensive collection of Northern Territory material in the world'.
Thanks to everyone who voted for us!

Broadband for SeniorsBroadband for Seniors

Broadband for Seniors is a program which supports older Australians in gaining the confidence and skills needed to use new technology. Through this program the Northern Territory Library is offering seniors free access to computers, internet and basic training in a supportive and welcoming environment.

Participants may choose to learn computing skills on the library's computers, or bring along their own laptop or iPad for training purposes.

Contact the Library for further information:  Freecall - 1800 019 155 or Email - ntl.info@nt.gov.au


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Contact us: Freecall - 1800 019 155 | Email - ntl.info@nt.gov.au