Congratulation to Dr Shane Penny, Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) Fisheries Research Scientist, who received the Research in Natural Resource Management Award at the Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) Awards on Wednesday 14 November.
The Territory recently hosted Boeing, CSIRO, Nova Group, the Australian Space Agency, and Equatorial Launch Australia as part of twin space forums in Darwin and Nhulunbuy.
From Monday 12 November, all Fisheries staff will be relocated from Berrimah Farm to the department’s new fisheries office – located within the Darwin Corporate Park at 33 Vaughan Street, Berrimah.
Territory businesses with hard to fill positions can now receive support under the Welcome to the Territory Incentives program to recruit workers from interstate.
Fisheries, aquaculture and oceanography enthusiasts are invited to a free event on Thursday 15 November to hear a range of presentations from local and interstate scientists.
Animal welfare and protection measures in the Northern Territory have been strengthened with the creation of the new Animal Protection Act (‘the Act’)
The Northern Territory has confirmed another case of citrus canker following a report from a member of the Darwin community.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources is working with the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd (NAILSMA) to boost Aboriginal focused training and assessment resources.
If you operate a licensed premises in the Northern Territory, you may be able to get funding to help protect your alcohol stock from theft and damage.
The Edna Beryl underground gold mine, 37km north of Tennant Creek, has been granted approval for a dewatering pipeline.