The Northern Territory’s forestry and forestry products industry could benefit from a new Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) project to identify the growth potential for these industries in northern Australia.
Territory tourism has made its mark at the 2019 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in Launceston last night, with local operators taking out five awards.
Surveys have recommenced on boat ramps across the Northern Territory as part of the Territory-wide recreational fishing survey.
Ten local tourism operators will be showcasing what the Territory has to offer to holidaymakers from the United Kingdom and Europe as part of the inaugural Explorers Way New Experiences Roadshow.
Today’s weather host Steve Jacobs will this morning feature a range of Top End wedding specialists during live crosses from the Darwin Waterfront including Tenny Russo cake artist from The Chantilly Kitchen, wedding dress designer Sarina Cowcher of The Big Day Bridal, George Fragopoulos of George F Photography, boutique florist Maria Okwa of Beija Flor and Marc Gallagher from Darwin’s Horse and Carriage.
A spectacular new wet season exhibition by world-renowned artist Bruce Munro is set to light up the Darwin CBD and bring thousands of extra visitors during the traditionally quieter tourist period.
Pig owners are reminded that feeding pigs meat scraps poses a serious risk to Australian biosecurity as African swine fever (ASF) spreads through China, South East Asia and Eastern Europe.
A keen development economist with a passion for public policy and infrastructure development, in-coming CEO Shaun Drabsch says he’s looking forward to helping drive growth for the Territory when he joins the Department of Trade, Business and Innovation (DTBI) late this month.
Tourism NT’s Northern Territory Convention Bureau (NTCB) and 15 industry partners from throughout the Northern Territory, are heading to Melbourne to exhibit at the 2019 Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 18 to 20 February 2019.
A citrus canker infected plant has been detected on a residential property in Nakara as a result of the hard work by the Citrus Canker Program and the ongoing support of residents to eradicate this serious disease.