December

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Don't let your pets get heatstroke

As temperatures rise at this time of year, pet owners should be aware of the threat of pet heatstroke.

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Drinks in the esky, food in the fridge this Christmas

The NT Government is reminding Territorians to store and prepare food safely this Christmas and avoid ruining their festive season with a bout of food poisoning.

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$5 million steel stimulus packages now open for registration

The NT Government has announced that an Expression of Interest (EOI) process is now open for steel fabricators to register their interest in the Northern Territory Government’s $5 million local steel industry stimulus package.

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Scientific inquiry panel meets for the first time

The independent scientific inquiry panel (Inquiry) met for its inaugural meeting on 8 December 2016.

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NT Government’s Renewable Energy Panel holds first meeting

The Northern Territory Government has announced the establishment of an expert panel to provide advice and inform the development of a Roadmap to Renewables Report.

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$10 million in community grants now open

Applications are now open for the Northern Territory Government’s $10 million Immediate Work Grants for community and not-for-profit groups, to create work and support local jobs.

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Barneson Boulevard community workshop


The Northern Territory Government is inviting residents and stakeholders to a community workshop to consider the traffic management treatments for construction of Barneson Boulevard.

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Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the NT: Final Terms of Reference and Inquiry Panel announced

The Honourable Justice Rachel Pepper will chair the independent Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing of onshore unconventional reservoirs and associated activities in the Northern Territory.

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NT Thunder to play in Alice Springs in 2017


The NT Thunder will now play in Alice Springs in 2017, with the Northern Territory Government committing $15,000 to ensure Central Australia gets to see the ‘Territory’s Team’ in action.

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Katherine River and Gorge Closure

The Katherine River within Nitmiluk National Park, including Katherine Gorge, has been closed to swimming and canoeing.