Ninety thousand Blacklip Rock Oyster spat (juvenile oysters) have been transported from the Department of Primary Industry and Resources’ Darwin Aquaculture Centre (DAC) to the Warruwi community on South Goulburn Island.
Water points and grazing systems were key points of discussion for 27 research scientists and industry stakeholders visiting Alexandria Station for the Barkly Landcare and Conservation Association Field Day on Wednesday 25 July.
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is monitoring landscape methane concentrations in the Beetaloo Sub-basin in line with recommendation 9.3 in the independent Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory.
Tracing activities have successfully detected citrus canker on two potted Tahitian lime plants on residential properties in Woolner and Moulden.
Changes to strengthen regulations on mud crabs for both recreational and commercial crabbers have been gazetted.
A number of changes have today been made to the recreational fishing rules to protect vulnerable reef fish stocks, particularly Black Jewfish.
A new detection of the citrus canker bacteria has been found on two potted plants at a property in Howard Springs.
Pet owners are reminded to consider the safety and comfort of their pets ahead of Territory Day celebrations this weekend.
Round 11 of the Geophysics and Drilling Collaboration grant program has seen a record number of grant applicants, and 15 projects from 12 companies approved for grant funding.
Darwin residents are reminded to stay vigilant and keep an eye out for the exotic Asian honeybee that was detected at a residence in Karama last month.