Local Government Areas of the Northern Territory

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The Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the Northern Territory, Australia are the areas for which particular Local Government authorities, generally known as "Councils" have the responsibility to provide local government services. Local Governments in the Northern Territory dates back to the start of the twentieth century.[1]

As of 1 July 2008, there are two classifications of local government in the Northern Territory

Prior to 1 July Northern Territory Local Government Areas were classified as either

As of July 2008, the Northern Territory has 17 Local Government Areas, 5 of which are Municipalities and 11 as Shire Councils. Previously there were 61 Local Government Councils, 6 of which were classified as Municipalities, 51 as Community Government Councils, 3 as Incorporated Associations and 1 Special Purpose Town.

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Municipalities

Shires

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