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Darwin is on track to produce the largest haul of mangoes ever recorded with more than three million trays harvested this season. Traditionally, the Northern Territory Mango season runs from October through until Christmas.
The wreck of Royal Australian Air Force Spitfire A58-2 that crashed in the Top End during World War II has been given to the NT Government for preservation.
Spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge will be the finish line for Channel 10’s The Amazing Race AustraliaTourism NT has partnered with Jetstar to co-sponsor the season and showcase the beauty of the Top End to a national audience.
The Northern Territory Government has more than ten years history of delivering an Aboriginal specific economic development forum to progress Aboriginal economic development in the Northern Territory and providing opportunities for Territory Aboriginal businesses to establish connections with other entities that can lead to commercial outcomes.
New rooftop weather stations and smart irrigation controllers have been installed in 40 Darwin schools, as part of the new Weather Web program that aims to save 120 million litres of water annually.
The Northern Territory is reaping rewards from tourism with visitor numbers up by 11 per cent in the year ending June 2019. More visitors are travelling to the Northern Territory and they’re spending more during their stay, latest figures from Tourism Research Australia reveal.
African swine fever (ASF) is geographically closer to the Northern Territory (NT) than anywhere else in Australia, following the recent confirmation in Timor-Leste. However, Australia remains free from ASF and it is crucial the disease is kept out.
Territory volunteers and Bushfires NT Staff do an amazing job keeping our community safe and it’s important they get the support they need. That’s why the Territory Government has released the Territory’s first Bushfires NT Volunteer Strategy. It will support the creation of a more sustainable volunteer program to continue providing high quality service to Territorians.
Fascinating new research shows saltwater crocodiles that are captured and relocated can find their way home - with one swimming 900km in 6 months back to where it was originally caught! The only thing that stops them in their tracks? Cobourg Peninsula.The recently released research has found the Cobourg Peninsula strongly influences the movement and dispersal of saltwater crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) in the Top End.
The pilot and crew that successfully flew from London to Darwin to win the Great Air Race in 1919 now feature in a large-scale street art mural in the Territory’s capital, as part of a new program of events to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ‘race that changed the world’.
The Northern Territory Government and Larrakia Nation are trialling an app for reporting anti-social behaviour in Darwin and Palmerston. The trial will run for six weeks and the free app can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.
Have Your Say is the Northern Territory Government online engagement platform. Part of a robust democracy is real public participation, and Have Your Say provides inclusive and transparent engagement while forging constructive relationships between government and the community.
Presented by Red Hot Arts Central Australia and proudly supported by the NT Government, the 2019 Desert Festival is a feast of theatre, music, arts and performance.