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.
Indigenous Rangers from across the Northern Territory are this week undertaking training to boost their skills and knowledge in fisheries compliance.
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.
The Independent Monitor’s report on the McArthur River Mine (MRM) site has been released.
A new mapping project will produce detailed maps to inform decisions about regional development, investment and sustainable and efficient use of soil and water.
The Australian Government has developed an information standard for free range egg labelling. Interested stakeholders can provide feedback on the compliance and technical aspects of the information standard until 9 December 2016.
European foulbrood has been detected in a small number of hives in the Katherine area.The disease is in Australia but is not usually found in the Northern Territory. It is notifiable under the NT Livestock Act.
Effective immediately, Direct Deposit facilities for the payment of application fees for a new mineral title application will no longer be available.
Did you have banana plants removed as part of the National Banana Freckle Eradication Program? If you had banana plants removed from your property you are eligible to participate in the sentinel planting program. Sentinel plants are an important step in checking that the Territory has successfully eradicated Banana Freckle.