The Territory remains on track to eradicate browsing ant from the Northern Territory by November 2021.
The Code of Practice, has been released after extensive consultation, further strengthening protections for the environment and delivering an accountable and transparent onshore gas industry.
After a poor wet season across the Territory, water resources have not been refilled. Groundwater levels in some groundwater systems in the Darwin rural area are at critical levels.
A restricted area (RA) has been declared in Karama after citrus canker was found on a lime plant in the northern suburb.
The NT Government has hosted a Central Australian Date Network Forum at the Arid Zone Research Institute (AZRI), with major industry stakeholders to discuss challenges the industry is facing and identify areas of research required to improve commercial opportunities for the Australian date industry.
The Northern Territory Government has opened up the conversation for declaring reserved blocks (no-go zones) for petroleum activities in the Northern Territory.
The Geophysics and Drilling Collaborations grants have been awarded as part of the $26 million Resourcing the Territory initiative.
Territorians and visiting fishos are set for a boost of recreational fishing opportunities with work beginning on constructing four new engineered, artificial reefs to be placed in the Beagle Gulf off Darwin.
Commercial kaffir lime leaf growers in the Northern Territory (NT) can sell their leaves interstate again, after procedures for the monitoring, treatment and packing of kaffir lime leaves were agreed by the Australian, state and territory governments.
On 16 May 2019 the Hemp Industry Bill was introduced into Parliament.