An aquatic pest has been eradicated from One Mile Dam with the support of community members, Larrakia Traditional Owners and Rangers.
Territorians are reminded to ensure their pets are well cared for over the Christmas and New Year break.
White spot disease has been detected on three prawn farms in south east Queensland. The disease is a highly contagious viral disease of prawns, caused by a white spot syndrome virus.
Exploring for the Future is a new $100.5 million initiative by the Australian Government that aims to boost Australia's attractiveness as a destination for investment in resource exploration.
Following the detection of browsing ants in the Darwin port region in July last year, the NT Government joined forces with the Queensland Government to train and deploy browsing ant detector dogs.
Parthenium has been detected on Victoria River Research Station.
Indigenous Rangers from across the Northern Territory are this week undertaking training to boost their skills and knowledge in fisheries compliance.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources wishes you a safe and happy festive season. Most areas of the department will be operating as normal throughout the Christmas period. There are some closures to be aware of.
Registrations are now open for AGES 2017, the Territory’s premier exploration event.
New mango varieties from the National Mango Breeding Program will be trialled in the Ali Curung area for the first time.