Work has commenced on construction of a new $2.3 million boat ramp at popular fishing spot Shady Camp.
A comprehensive Central Australia horticulture growth prospectus has been developed to support investors in Central Australia, with a focus on the diversification of crops and unique opportunities to the region.
Delivering specialised marine and fisheries training in remote communities is helping Aboriginal people participate in the seafood industry and enjoy the economic and lifestyle benefits of community fishing enterprises.
Precision Pastoral Pty Ltd has been announced as the new commercial partner for the highly successful Precision Pastoral Management System, which allows pastoralists to monitor their cattle herd using satellite technology.
A public tender is currently being advertised for small mining environmental and public safety works to take place in Tennant Creek.
Five Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) staff were part of a delegation that showcased the Northern Territory’s oil and gas capability at an industry conference in Perth last week.
The Northern Territory (NT) cattle industry has unanimously agreed an assurance level of Johne’s Beef Assurance Score (JBAS) 6 would best facilitate movement of cattle into and within the Northern Territory while maintaining biosecurity requirements consistent with live export requirements. The requirements apply to all Johne’s disease (JD) susceptible species.
Mango growers, producers, industry, researchers, biosecurity officers and others just interested in the science of mapping land use are invited to a presentation on horticulture tree crop mapping in Australia on Monday 29 May 2017 in Darwin and Katherine.
There is only a week left to submit your 2017-18 Animal Welfare Fund grant application.
Northern Territory (NT) mango research had a strong presence at the 11th Australian Mango Conference in Bowen, north Queensland last week.