The former Rum Jungle Mine Rehabilitation Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been made available for public comment for a period of six weeks from 25 January to 6 March 2020.
Tourism NT has fast-tracked its latest marketing campaign featuring the new brand ‘Different in every sense’ which will roll out from Sunday in eastern state metro papers alongside a new video advertisement to run on Facebook this weekend, urging interstate travellers to put the Territory on their holiday itinerary.
Primary producers, investors and researchers are being invited to register for the Climate and Carbon in Agriculture Conference 2020 taking place at the Adelaide Convention Centre on 31 March and 1 April 2020.
Tourism NT has brought forward its latest brand promotion featuring ‘Different in every sense’ to commence on 28th January to help get tourists travelling to the NT. The brand campaign is one of a range of marketing activities that are either already live or will be in market in the next few weeks.
The Territory Labor Government’s Turbocharging Tourism investment continues to deliver economic benefit with visitor numbers to the Northern Territory up by 6.7 per cent in the year ending September 2019.
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.