African swine fever (ASF) has been confirmed in Timor-Leste, and the Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) has been working with the community and industry to help keep Australia free of the disease, including developing a suite of in-language information materials.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) recently facilitated the delivery of workshops to Central Australian producers, improving stockmanship practices, knowledge about self herding principles and wild dog management in the region.
The declared restricted area for the control of citrus canker disease has been removed from properties in Cossack, Katherine.
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More than 2000 people will bring around $5.5 million into the Territory through visitor expenditure over the next two years as the NT emerges as a key destination for international business events.
The Northern Territory Government has now declared 11% of the Northern Territory (NT) a reserved block under the Petroleum Act.
The Northern Territory’s reputation as the number one destination to experience Aboriginal culture will be further cemented with today’s release of a ten-year Aboriginal Tourism Strategy, backed by an initial $400,000 to specifically support Aboriginal-owned tourism businesses.
What do a Chocolate Factory, a Bird Specialist and a Camel Tour have in common? They have all taken top prizes at the prestigious 2019 NT Brolga Awards recognising tourism excellence.
Visitor services at an iconic mining museum in Tennant Creek will now be operated by Tourism Central Australia.
The 9th Aboriginal Economic Development Forum was held in Darwin on 7 and 8 November 2019, bringing together 350 delegates from Northern Territory (NT) Aboriginal businesses, organisations and government.