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.
TradeNT will be hosting a series of information seminars throughout the Territory.
The On-Farm Emergency Water Rebate Scheme has taken off, with the number of applications since it’s opening on 29 March 2019 exceeding expectations.
All recommendations in Table 16.1 of the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing’s (Inquiry) final report have now been completed. This means the Northern Territory Government can assess applications for drilling of petroleum wells and hydraulic fracturing.
Visitors to Nitmiluk National Park can enjoy the newly refurbished Visitor Centre as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $10 million investment into tourism infrastructure at the majestic Nitmiluk Gorge.
The 33 outstanding individual finalists and 15 organisational finalists in this year's NT Training Awards have been announced.
The Northern Territory Government’s Turbocharging Tourism investment is working, with Tourism Research Australia releasing its latest results that continue to show more visitors coming to the Territory and spending more when they are here.
The Territory Labor Government has released its first Long-term Business Events Strategy. The Strategy, which will guide the growth of the NT business events sector for the next 10 years and beyond, is part of Turbocharging Tourism.