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2017 Barkly Herd Management Forum

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2017 Barkly Herd Management Forum

Brunchilly and Helen Springs stations recently hosted 17 keen future pastoral industry leaders for the 2017 Barkly Herd Management Forum.

Barra fingerlings released into Palmerston Lakes

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Barra fingerlings released into Palmerston Lakes

As part of the NT Government’s commitment to recreational fishing, around 500 barramundi fingerlings have been released into lakes throughout Gunn and Durack.

2017 AGES labelled a success

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2017 AGES labelled a success

The 18th AGES Conference has been labelled a success after wrapping up for another year.

Mining projects pushing ahead

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Mining projects pushing ahead

Three mining projects have recently been awarded major project status by the Northern Territory Government.

NT Rural Women’s Award

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NT Rural Women’s Award

Long-term Territorian Kate Peake won this year’s Northern Territory (NT) Rural Women’s Award for her project around local water stewardship.

Growers briefed on the season ahead

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Growers briefed on the season ahead

Top End vegetable growers recently gathered at Coastal Plains Research Station to find out everything they need to know ahead of this year’s season.

Rural Women’s Award

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Rural Women’s Award

Three Territory finalists are on a nervous countdown to the prestigious Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) Rural Women’s Award.

Last chance for AZRI horticultural land lease opportunity

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Last chance for AZRI horticultural land lease opportunity

Only a few days remain before expressions of interest close for innovative and creative development of a horticultural enterprise at AZRI (Arid Zone Research Institute).

Last chance for AZRI horticultural land lease opportunity

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Last chance for AZRI horticultural land lease opportunity

Only a few days remain before expressions of interest close for innovative and creative development of a horticultural enterprise at AZRI (Arid Zone Research Institute).

Joining forces on Panama wilt

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Joining forces on Panama wilt

Leading plant researchers from the Middle East have visited the Northern Territory as part of Israel’s quest to understand the devastating banana disease. The visit coincided with Dr Altus Viljoen, South Africa, who is a world authority on Panama wilt.