Advances in technology have paved the way for connecting pastoral lease infrastructure maps.
Welcome to the new Young Leaders Group members.
The Department of Trade, Business and Innovation is pleased to announce the Northern Territory (NT) Training Awards will proceed in 2020, with nominations extended until 19 June.
As we head towards a ‘new normal’, the Department of Primary Industry and Resources remains committed to supporting the Territory’s vital primary industry and resource sectors to maintain business continuity in the safest possible manner, and importantly in looking towards recovery.
Earlier this year, staff from the Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) Fisheries Division conducted site inspections at Durack lake after an oscar (non-native ornamental aquarium) fish was caught by an angler.
The Northern Territory Government have been working with a variety of training providers across the Territory to develop of suite of short courses to help workers impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19) to upskill and reskill.
Opportunities to boost commercial crops in the Northern Territory (NT), strengthen market supply and support the local economy have come to fruition during April with the release of under-utilised Douglas Daly Research Farm land, via license for commercial horticulture initiatives.
Following the announcement from the Australian Tourism Industry Council (ATIC) that the Australian Tourism Awards national program and associated national event will not be proceeding in 2020, Tourism NT advises that the 2020 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Awards will also not proceed.
Livestock farmers who are affected by drought can access financial support to improve drought resilience and manage the welfare of livestock under the On-Farm Emergency Water Rebate Scheme.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government has released a three stage principles-based roadmap plan to take the NT to the new normal.