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Supporting business with Work, Stay, Play

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Supporting business with Work, Stay, Play

The Work, Stay, Play incentive package is back, helping local businesses attract new workers from interstate and overseas to the Territory.

Boosting Local Jobs and Business with Renewed Innovation Strategy

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Boosting Local Jobs and Business with Renewed Innovation Strategy

The Territory is on track for future investment, more local jobs and economic growth with the release of the Territory Business Innovation Strategy 2.0.

Tagging trial off to a flying start

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Tagging trial off to a flying start

There’s no flies on these cattle, as the Katherine Livestock team tag them for a research project looking into welfare and production outcomes.

Get the tick of approval to move cattle interstate

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Get the tick of approval to move cattle interstate

Northern Territory cattle producers looking to move their livestock interstate need to comply with cattle tick containment measures before sending their animals across the border.

Planning a positive legacy

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Planning a positive legacy

The Gove Peninsula has been supplying the global aluminium industry with world-class bauxite for more than 40 years.

Work Hard Play Hard campaign begins

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Work Hard Play Hard campaign begins

A limited number of $500 NT Work Perks travel codes are up for grabs, which can be redeemed at one of the Territory’s visitor information centres.

Review of the NT Gambling Code of Practice

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Review of the NT Gambling Code of Practice

Public feedback is being sought to help decide on proposed changes to the code.

NT Government launches major skills boost with NIDA

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NT Government launches major skills boost with NIDA

The Northern Territory (NT) has cemented its place as a world class destination for major screen productions and a new partnership between the NT Government and Australia’s leading performing arts educator, the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) will boost skills across our creative industries.

Plant Industries has a growing number of projects in 2022

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Plant Industries has a growing number of projects in 2022

The Plant Industries group has had a busy start to 2022, with planting for research projects underway and planning for dry season engagement activities well advanced.

Katherine team helps grow minister’s understanding of research work

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Katherine team helps grow minister’s understanding of research work

The work of the Katherine Research Station (KRS) team was in the spotlight last week as part of a ministerial visit to the farm.