Minister for Environment Lauren Moss has today welcomed the Federal Court decision to set aside the approval of the Port Melville marine supply base.
The Northern Territory Government has received 364 submissions for the Draft Terms of Reference for the inquiry into hydraulic fracturing of onshore unconventional gas reservoirs.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources today launched the 2016 Gamba Action Program in Darwin.
Motorists on the Cox Peninsula Road are being asked to take extra care as they pass over the Darwin River Bridge on Cox Peninsula Road, as the construction of a bund wall on the downstream side of the river has commenced.
Nominations are now open to join the Katherine Water Advisory Committee (KWAC).
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has seized and destroyed dozens of invasive weeds following their recent discovery at Darwin and Palmerston Bunnings stores.
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The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is implementing new water licencing requirements in Darwin’s rural area.
Northern Territory Government scientists are helping their Western Australian counterparts researching endangered sea turtles as part of a vital satellite tracking project.
The Oolloo Water Advisory Committee is set to meet for the first time in Katherine today.