Bees in the Northern Territory (NT) have come under threat from American foulbrood (AFB), an infectious and fatal disease of honey bee larvae.
Amid ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism (DITT), formerly the Department of Primary Industry and Resources) launched its first ever weekly webinar series, aimed at helping growers keep abreast of national and local agricultural projects.
The online Territory Jobs Hub has new features to help local businesses find workers more efficiently and reduce time spent on recruitment.
The Business Hardship Package has been extended until 1 July 2021, to further support Territory businesses that have experienced significant hardship due to COVID-19.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government’s Paddock Power collaborative project has taken another step forward with GPS tracking collars placed on 160 cattle to gather evidence which will better inform future investment decisions.
A case of American foulbrood (AFB) has been detected in Alice Springs in September in a hobby bee-keeper hive.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade in partnership with the Northern Territory Farmers Association (NTFA) recently conducted a field walk through the rambutan research block at the Coastal Plains research farm in Darwin.
Over the past two months, Fisheries Division staff from the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade, have travelled to Groote Eylandt and South Goulburn Island to assist with the construction of oyster trial longlines and data collection for the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) tropical oyster trials.
A refreshed October Business Month (OBM) will be hitting the road in 2020 to provide on the ground support to small businesses across the Territory.
The Territory’s Training Award winners have been revealed highlighting the incredible talent in our local vocational education and training sector.