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Territorians urged to check plants for canker disease

A number of citrus plants showing signs of suspected citrus canker disease have been removed from Darwin and Palmerston nurseries.

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2018 Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards

Celebrate Territory nurses and midwifes at the 2018 Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards Gala Dinner on 12 May 2018. Enjoy celebratory drinks, a three-course dinner, awards presentations and live entertainment at the Darwin Convention Centre.

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Product Recall - Pool Gate Latch

SafeTech Hardware Australia has recalled non-compliant pool gate latches.

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Ten people have died on Territory roads so far this year. Four more than this time last year.

That number is unacceptable and this is why the Territory Government has a new Road Safety Action Plan with a strategy towards zero deaths and serious injuries on our roads.

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Positions sought for Racing Commission

Territorians are invited to play a key role in supporting the Northern Territory racing industry by applying to join the Racing Commission.

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Be alert to a cyber scam targeting NTG suppliers

Some NTG suppliers are being targeted by scam emails impersonating NTG email accounts.

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The Territory celebrates International Women’s Day’s 2018

International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated annually across the globe on March 8 and recognises the contributions and achievements made by women worldwide.

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Alcohol Reform in the Northern Territory

In 2017 the Northern Territory Government commissioned the Alcohol Policies and Legislation Review to deliver a cohesive approach to alcohol harm minimisation.

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Driving Aboriginal Economic Development

The Northern Territory Government has awarded $1.7million to projects that will drive economic development and support capacity building in remote communities across the Territory.

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Creating 250 Jobs and revitalising the Darwin CBD

The old Cavenagh House building will be demolished and replaced by a striking ‘green’ nine-storey office tower, which will create 250 construction jobs and will become the new administrative headquarters for the Department of Health with 660 government staff to be based there.