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.
A successful wild dog management workshop was hosted by the Alice Springs Pastoral Industry Advisory Committee (ASPIAC) at the Arid Zone Research Institute (AZRI) in early December.
Territorians are encouraged to think local when planning the menu this Christmas.
The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) is making an investment decision of $300 million funding towards the ship lift project.
The Territory Labor Government’s $5.5 million Turbocharging Tourism investment at Nitmiluk National Park is helping to improve the visitor experience and support local jobs, with the contract for upgrades to the Baruwei stairs and platform awarded to Katherine Constructions Pty Ltd.
Cyclone season has officially started and it is now time to start to prepare for extreme weather during the wet season.
The citrus canker restricted area in Katherine was removed on 20 November, with affected residents in Cossack now able to replant citrus on their properties.
Tickets are now on sale to one of Australia’s premier automotive events, Red CentreNATS returning to Alice Springs from 4 to 6 September 2020.