The Livestock Biosecurity Branch recently hosted three post mortem workshops at the Charles Darwin University campus in Katherine to improve industry capacity to prepare and respond to emergency animal diseases.
The Tourism: Towards 2030 Conference will return to Darwin and Alice Springs in March, bringing local tourism operators together with the common goal of growing the Territory’s tourism industry.
Seafarms’ Project Sea Dragon has commenced construction at the Bynoe Harbour Core Breeding Centre with earthworks and bitumen being laid for access roads, along with outlet ponds and fencing.
Could 2020 be your year to shine? Apply now for the AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Awards, with applications closing on January 26.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government is strengthening the Territory’s skills base, and helping keep Territory students in the NT by offering higher education study grants to those undertaking their first undergraduate degree in the NT.
Northern Territory (NT) businesses sought to fill 520 positions with skilled migrants in 2019 - a 263% year-on-year increase - following a major change to the NT’s Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA).
Fireworks are a fun and exciting way to see in the New Year, but for pets they can be extremely stressful.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) began trialling commercial cotton crops this year in the Katherine region, with both rainfed and irrigated methods investigated during the process.
A photo of Longitude 131°, the luxury wilderness camp just outside Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, was the most liked image on Tourism NT’s Instagram channel @NTaustralia for 2019.
With soaring temperatures reaching all areas of the Territory at the moment, the Department of Primary Industry and Resources is urging pet owners not to leave their beloved pet dogs in vehicles.