Changes to strengthen regulations on mud crabs for both recreational and commercial crabbers have been gazetted.
The Territory Labor Government is building first-class sporting facilities for Territorians with Darwin’s new $16.7 million International Tennis Centre officially opening today.
The Top End’s stunning Dry Season weather is set to provide a warm welcome to two expedition cruise ships this week, with the arrival of L’Austral and the Coral Discoverer.
The project team, including consultants GHD, have travelled across the Territory to hear the best and brightest ideas to inform the Aboriginal Contracting Framework.
The annual Parrtjima – A Festival in Light returns to Alice Springs this September for a third year.
The newly approved Luxury Hotel set to create up to 500 jobs for Territorians in construction and a further 150 jobs ongoing in operation.
A key part of the Territory Labor Government’s $20 million revitalisation of the Alice Springs CBD - Alcoota Megafauna Central – will officially be opened today, providing a boost to local jobs and the Central Australian tourism industry.
A number of changes have today been made to the recreational fishing rules to protect vulnerable reef fish stocks, particularly Black Jewfish.
A new detection of the citrus canker bacteria has been found on two potted plants at a property in Howard Springs.
Territory tourism-related operations have been awarded more than $1.5 million in grants to provide a better experience for visitors and boost their business, through the Territory Labor Government’s record $103 million Turbocharging Tourism stimulus package.