A comprehensive new Management Framework and Associated Harvest Strategy for the Offshore Net and Line Fishery is now in effect.
Applications are now open for grants to support more Aboriginal Territorians entering employment and developing careers within the workplace.
A mohawked, mustang-driving, rock music chick might not be the typical image of a scientist, however geologist Dr Verity Normington is breaking down stereotypes.
Dr Mary Finlay-Doney, Research Entomologist, recently travelled to Malaysia on a Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) scholarship to participate in a prestigious research leadership course.
The Territory Labor Government is turbocharging one of the Territory’s favourite music events, with tickets now on sale for the biggest and best BASSINTHEGRASS Music Festival yet.
A strong season is forecast with 75 total cruise ship arrivals planned to visit Darwin, providing a huge tourism boost for Darwin City.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) has partnered with Microsoft in an award winning project recording, identifying and classifying fish on remote underwater videos using Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The Territory’s premier exploration event, the Annual Geoscience Exploration Seminar (AGES), turns 20 in 2019.
The Territory Government has launched an online Chinese cultural and tourism training program for tourism operators aimed at preparing the industry for future Chinese arrivals.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources wishes you a safe and happy festive season. Some areas of the department are offering reduced services over the Christmas period.