The Northern Territory Government has opened up the conversation for declaring reserved blocks (no-go zones) for petroleum activities in the Northern Territory.
Outback Stores understands the benefits of entering the NT Training Awards.
The message that the Territory is open for business is further cemented with applications for the multi-million dollar Local Jobs Fund now open.
Senior Territorians will be encouraged to stay in the Territory and continue to contribute to our community with the development of more seniors’ accommodation. The Northern Territory Government is now seeking proposals to develop a seniors’ lifestyle accommodation community in the Darwin urban area.
Two new categories have been included in the 2019 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Awards, the industry’s premier awards.
The Geophysics and Drilling Collaborations grants have been awarded as part of the $26 million Resourcing the Territory initiative.
Visitors and locals will soon be able to enjoy new swimming holes, campgrounds and picnic areas at Litchfield National Park, with the tender for the first stage of the Litchfield Central Valley upgrades released.
Territorians and visiting fishos are set for a boost of recreational fishing opportunities with work beginning on constructing four new engineered, artificial reefs to be placed in the Beagle Gulf off Darwin.
Commercial kaffir lime leaf growers in the Northern Territory (NT) can sell their leaves interstate again, after procedures for the monitoring, treatment and packing of kaffir lime leaves were agreed by the Australian, state and territory governments.
On 16 May 2019 the Hemp Industry Bill was introduced into Parliament.