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New citrus canker restrictions in place

The Northern Territory Government has gazetted restrictions to control the spread of citrus canker.  The restrictions apply to the movement of a list of potential citrus canker host plants and any parts of those plants.

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Fisheries inspectors appointed

Six Aboriginal rangers have been appointed as fisheries inspectors (class 1) to support the Department of Primary Industry and Resources with the monitoring and sustainable management and protection of the Northern Territory’s aquatic resources.

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Animal Protection Bill introduced to Parliament

A new Bill has been introduced into the Legislative Assembly to ensure greater protection under the law for Territory animals.

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Exploration Grants now open to support the mining sector

Applications for the Geophysics and Collaborations program, under the $26 million Resourcing the Territory initiative, are open.

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Get the best out of your mango research

Mango growers, producers, consultants and agronomists in the horticulture sector are invited to attend the Mango Research and Development (R&D) Forums on Wednesday 9 May in Darwin and Thursday 10 May in Katherine.

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Animal welfare grants now opened

Applications are now open for the 2018-19 Animal Welfare Fund grant program.

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Recreational Fishing grants opened

Applications are open for the new Recreational Fishing Grants Scheme.

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Researching snapper stocks

Five hundred golden snapper fingerlings have been released into the Darwin Waterfront Lagoon as part of a research project to find out more about the species.

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Restricted movement of Citrus

The Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) is asking the public to check their citrus plants for the suspected citrus canker disease.

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Territorians urged to check citrus plants

The Department of Primary Industry and Resources is urging the public to check their citrus plants for the suspected citrus canker disease.