Cyclone season in the Top End runs until March, so we have a few months to go before we are in the clear. The Territory has a long history of late season cyclones, including the most recent Severe Tropical Cyclone Marcus and Trevor in March 2018 and 2019 respectively. There were even a couple as late as April – tropical cyclones Monica in 2006 and Gretel in 1985!
Local production High Ground has made its red carpet debut in Darwin ahead of the films national release in January 2021.
In a further boost to support Territory businesses rebound from COVID-19, applications are now open for the Small Business CX Grant.
With soaring temperatures reaching all areas of the Territory at the moment, the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade is urging pet owners not to leave their beloved pet dogs in vehicles.
In a huge win for local jobs, the mining management plan (MMP) for the Jervois Base Metal Project has officially been given the green light by the Territory Government.
Territorians have provided vital research insights into a nation-wide project to improve early detection and reporting of Tomato potato psyllid (TPP), one of the world's most destructive horticultural pests across Australia.
Fireworks are a fun and exciting way to see in the New Year, but for pets they can be extremely stressful.
Small businesses across the Territory can now capitalise on the Northern Territory (NT) Government’s $7.8 million Small Business JobMaker Booster schemes.
The holidays are nearly here. Make sure you have planned to keep your animals as safe as possible during cyclone season. If you don’t already have a cyclone kit and emergency plan for your family and animals – now is the time!
Looking after a pet is a huge commitment. If you are considering buying a pet this Christmas, make sure you have the time and money to look after it.