Over the past two months, Fisheries Division staff from the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade, have travelled to Groote Eylandt and South Goulburn Island to assist with the construction of oyster trial longlines and data collection for the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) tropical oyster trials.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade in partnership with the Northern Territory Farmers Association (NTFA) recently conducted a field walk through the rambutan research block at the Coastal Plains research farm in Darwin.
A refreshed October Business Month (OBM) will be hitting the road in 2020 to provide on the ground support to small businesses across the Territory.
Last week Thursday marked the completion of the 14 day quarantine period at the Howard Springs facility for the 162 Vanuatu seasonal workers.
The Territory’s Training Award winners have been revealed highlighting the incredible talent in our local vocational education and training sector.
In partnership with the Palmerston City Council, the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade (DITT) today released 100 barramundi into Palmerston lakes.
Yesterday the MinEx Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) launched the National Drilling Initiative (NDI), a world-first scientific drilling program which will sample rocks from vast undercover and unexplored regions of Australia.
Studies aiming to improve the productivity of Northern Territory (NT) beef production systems by using remote technology systems, is being led by the Agriculture Division’s Livestock Industries Branch, senior research team Dionne Walsh, Tim Schatz and Kieren McCosker.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources is urging Territorians to be biosecurity aware after local horticulturists received unsolicited seed packets through the mail in September.
Two Ukrainian nationals attempting to bring in nearly five kilos of pork and pork products have had their visas cancelled in September 2020. The importing of pork and pork products increases the risk that African swine fever will enter Australia.