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Welcome to COTA NT’s online engagement hub, NT Seniors Voice.

We invite you to join our discussions and have your say on issues and policy that impact you. Tell us what you think, share your stories and insight. Help COTA NT advocate for you with the strongest voice possible.

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COTA NT Stakeholder Survey COTA NT is the peak body representing the rights, interests and futures of senior Territorians. Since 1969, COTA NT has been working towards making positive social change and lobbies government, media and other parties influencing decision-making on topics relevant to seniors including ageism, communications, elder abuse, health, housing, retirement, cost of living, access to aged care, aged care provision and much more. The COTA NT Board and staff are now preparing th...
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COTA NT’s Seniors EXPO 2021 Date/ Time: POSTPONED - This event will no longer be held on Friday 9 July due to current lockdown restrictions in Darwin Venue: CDU Stadium, Sitzler Netball Centre, 235 Abala Road, Marrara NT 0812 Dress code: To celebrate our multicultural diversity: traditional/national cultural dress (optional) COTA NT’s sixth Seniors EXPO 2021 celebrates Territorians’ resilience, strength and unity. This year’s Expo shines a spotlight on multicultural diver...
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COTA NT marks National Volunteers Week by showing our appreciation for volunteers every year. Every hour volunteered can be given a dollar amount. Last year, COTA NT volunteers’ contribution cou...
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The United Nations General Assembly, in its resolution 66/127, designated 15 June as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD). It is the main day in the year when the world voices its opposition to the...
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City of Darwin released its Draft 2021/22 Municipal Plan that includeda record breaking $91.5 million capital works budget. Highlights included $28.1M investment in sport and recreation, $30M for the...
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