The NT Recreational Fishing Advisory Committee was recently formed to provide advice to the Minister on key matters of importance to recreational fishing.
The NT government is calling for applications from organisations whose primary business is animal welfare with the launch of the 2016-2017 Animal Welfare Fund Grant Programme.
No permit, no plant is the simple message from the National Banana Freckle Eradication Program as the clock ticks over to the start of Phase 3.
The Katherine region is a very prospective region for primary industry development in the NT and is positioned well to supply growing export markets in Asia.
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.
Nine thousand baby barras have been given a new home at Palmerston.
Invitations to participate in the final phase of the National Banana Freckle Eradication Program are being sent to 3000 households in the Greater Darwin Area.
Finding and destroying banana plants that have regrown is the major focus of the National Banana Freckle Eradication Program over the next two weeks.
The Northern Territory Government’s Animal Welfare Inspectors are urging Territorians to plan for the care of their pets in the lead up to the start of the cyclone season on November 1.
Two separate areas have been placed under quarantine at Berrimah Research Farm following the confirmed detection of Cucumber Green Mottle Mosaic Virus.