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Report invasive weed to authorities

Top End residents are urged to report any sightings of the invasive weed Sagittaria.

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Rare Albert Namatjira painting showing at the Araluen Arts Centre

A rare Albert Namatjira watercolour painting that has not been seen in 60 years is now on display at a new Araluen Arts Centre exhibition.

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Rock in the New Year with Diesel at the Darwin Waterfront

Australian musician Diesel is set to headline Darwin’s biggest New Year’s event at the Waterfront along with kids entertainment and fireworks.

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Planning for the Future in Palmerston City Centre

The Northern Territory Planning Commission invites the Palmerston community to be involved in development of an Area Plan for Palmerston’s city centre and surrounding key employment centres.

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Territory students Rock Da Caz for Music: Count Us In

Over 400 students from 36 schools packed Casuarina Square’s food court on Thursday to perform in this year’s ‘Rock Da Caz’ – Darwin's Music: Count Us In event.

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EOI opportunity at Tjoritja / West MacDonnell National Park

The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (PWCNT) is seeking expressions of interest to manage a kiosk, campgrounds and day use areas in the Tjoritja / West MacDonnell National Park.

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Get cyclone-ready with SecureNT

Everything you need to know about preparing for the cyclone season can be found on the new and improved Secure NT website.

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Mossies on the rise

Health authorities have warned that mosquito numbers are on the rise with near-record numbers of larvae hatching in breeding areas in Northern Territory coastal regions, including the Greater Darwin Area.

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Nightcliff Jetty upgrade works continue

The Nightcliff Jetty will be closed for one week from Monday 24 October to deliver structural improvements which will increase public safety.

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Gamba Action Program launched in the NT

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources today launched the 2016 Gamba Action Program in Darwin.