The best and brightest of Territory’s trainers, trainees and employers have been recognised at the 2018 Northern Territory (NT) Training Awards.
Persons looking to fossick on reserved land will now be issued Northern Territory Government consents for up to two weeks at a time, as part of a trial to improve safety and foster stronger understanding between fossickers and pastoralists.
Another four trial Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs) have been deployed in Darwin waters to help boost recreational fishing.
Frank Miller has received the 2019 Nuffield Farming Scholarship for the Northern Territory.
The countdown to October Business Month (OBM) has begun, with more than 190 events, workshops and training options available for Territory businesses to grow their enterprises.
Earlier this year, the National Biosecurity Management Group, which includes all State and Territory governments, agreed to a whole-of-life response plan and committed $4.68 million to continue eradicating the exotic pest.
Twenty-four specialist Chinese travel agents will take part in tours of the Top End and the Red Centre this week after participating in one of Australia’s most prominent tourism conferences on the Gold Coast - Corroboree Asia.
The first of five trial fish attraction device (FADs) has been dropped into the ocean just off Dundee Beach to help enhance and expand recreational fishing opportunities in the Territory.
The citrus canker emergency response is set to move into its next phase, with removal of citrus plants due to commence in restricted areas over the coming weeks. Small scale removals will begin with priority residences within the Greater Darwin and Katherine regions.
George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens’ $9.8 million facelift is a step closer with concepts for a new multi-purpose visitor and event centre on public display at the Gardens from today.