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Additional assistance for communities affected by Tropical Cyclone Lam and Nathan

The Australian and Northern Territory Governments announced today that they will jointly fund a $5 million Community Recovery Fund (CRF) under the Commonwealth-State Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements.

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Daly River residents to return home

Daly River residents will be able to return to the community tomorrow while all essential services such as water, sewerage, the store and health clinic will be back online today.

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Indonesian live cattle quota rises

The Northern Territory Government has today welcomed Indonesia’s decision to increase the live cattle import quota by 50,000.

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Frances Bay Precinct Revitalisation

Darwin's Frances Bay is to be revitalised into an exciting waterfront precinct for tourists, locals and boaties.

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The Chief Minister’s Awards for Excellence in the Public Sector are open for nominations

Nominations are now open for the 8th Chief Minister’s Awards for Excellence in the Public Sector.

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Call to arms for Territorians to join the Blue and Gold army

The Dyldam Parramatta Eels are back in their second home in the Northern Territory ready to take on the Penrith Panthers.

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Territory unemployment rate the lowest in Australia

Today’s Labour Force data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows the Territory’s trend unemployment rate is now the lowest in Australia after it dipped by 0.1 per cent to just 4.2 per cent in July.

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NT to have one of world's largest prawn farms

What could be Australia's biggest prawn farm will have its development fast-tracked after being given major project status by the Northern Territory and Australian governments.

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US market presents exciting opportunities for NT mango growers

Applications are now open for mango growers to nominate orchards or blocks for export to the US, China and Korea, and for pack-houses and treatment facilities to register for export to US, China, Japan and Korea in 2015.

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Parkinsonia biocontrol establishment underway

The establishment of a tiny South American moth as the  latest weapon against an invasive weed is showing signs of success in parts of  the Northern Territory.