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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.

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Nurses and midwives: A quest for the best

Nominations for the 14th annual Northern Territory Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards are now open.

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Apply Now for Arts Grants

Territorians are now invited to apply for arts grants for projects commencing next year.

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23rd Chief Minister's Northern Territory Export and Industry Awards

Northern Territory Agrifood business Consolidated Pastoral Company were named the 2016 NT Exporter of the Year at the 23rd NT Export and Industry Awards, hosted in Darwin on Thursday 22 September.

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NT Export and Industry Award Winners announced

Northern Territory Agrifood business Consolidated Pastoral Company has been named the 2016 NT Exporter of the Year at the 23rd NT Export and Industry Awards.

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Free digital workshops for tourism businesses

Northern Territory tourism businesses feeling lost in the growing online digital world can get a helping hand. Tourism NT is teaming up with heavyweights from Google and leading online travel website, TripAdvisor to invite local tourism businesses, tour operators and hospitality businesses to intensive digital marketing workshops.

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Program announced for October Business Month

An exciting line-up of 171 events across the Territory has been announced as part of October Business Month (OBM). The program was unveiled by a conga line from the Dripstone Middle School in the Smith Street Mall today.

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Fracking Inquiry Consultation

On 14 September 2016 the Northern Territory Government implemented a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing of unconventional gas reservoirs. This includes the use of hydraulic fracturing for exploration, extraction, production and includes Diagnostic Fracture Injection Testing (DFITs).