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Agricultural careers on show at Katherine Research Station

More than 50 students from five schools in the greater Katherine region had a taste of what a career on the farm might offer when they toured Katherine Research Station during Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics (STEM) Week in Katherine.

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Fresh fish from Maningrida arrives at Darwin Fish Market

The first shipment of locally-caught fish from the Aboriginal Coastal Licence program arrived at Darwin Fish Market from Maningrida last week.

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Consent granted for next stage of Northern Gas Pipeline

Consent to construct the first 344km portion of Jemena’s Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) project has been approved.

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Aboriginal marine rangers complete Fisheries Compliance training

Sixteen Aboriginal rangers from across the Northern Territory last week completed a two-week training course in Batchelor towards a Certificate II in Fisheries Compliance.

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Watarrka National Park free from mining activity

The Northern Territory Government has declared a Reserved Land Area (Minerals) and Reserved Block Area (Petroleum)over Watarrka National Park.

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Horticulture investment guide to Central Australia released

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.

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Next step for Berrimah Export Yards upgrade

An Expression of Interest (EOI) for civil works contract was advertised last week for the upgrade to the Berrimah Export Yards (BEY).

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Animal Welfare Fund grant applications closing soon

There is only a week left to submit your 2017-18 Animal Welfare Fund grant application.

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New boat ramp for Shady Camp

Work has commenced on construction of a new $2.3 million boat ramp at popular fishing spot Shady Camp.

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Fisheries training helping remote Aboriginal communities develop seafood industry

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.