West Australian chemical company Coogee has commenced a feasibility study into a methanol plant near Darwin.
The George Brown Darwin Botanic Garden's $9.9 million visitor and event centre interpretive display is one step closer with the fit out commencing last month.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources’ (DPIR) partnership with the Northern Territory Farmers Association (NTFA) allows industry stakeholders access to valuable information and resources.
Tourism NT is supporting 10 Territory tourism operators take part in Australia Marketplace USA, a joint trade event taking place from today, Monday 26 to Thursday 29 August 2019 in Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles.
Three Department of Primary Industry and Resources staff members recently travelled to Canberra for this year’s Crawford Fund Annual Conference.
One of our own has taken out the Young Achiever Award at last night’s Northern Territory Seafood Industry Awards.
The best of the Territory's tourism experiences, attractions and destinations will be showcased to domestic and international trade operators with multiple events occurring across the NT in August and September.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) hosted Bruce Maynard, a passionate farmer and co-developer of the Maynard and Revell self herding and self shepherding management practice, in Alice Springs from Monday 29 July – Friday 2 August.
The Legislative Assembly has passed the Hemp Industry Bill, which will see the development of an NT hemp sector.
The Territory Government will deliver the largest ship lift in northern Australia in Darwin to position the Territory as a major hub in the marine services industry.