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Have Your Say on Container Deposit Scheme

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Have Your Say on Container Deposit Scheme

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is inviting Territorians to comment on the operations of the Container Deposit Scheme (CDS).

Inaugural Women in Water Symposium

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Inaugural Women in Water Symposium

Water for development will be one of the key themes discussed at next week’s inaugural Women in Water Symposium.

Gamba Control Protects Communities

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Gamba Control Protects Communities

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Weed Management Branch has undertaken roadside surveys of more than 1140 Top End properties since November 2017 for gamba grass compliance.

Darwin Aquifers are Filling

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Darwin Aquifers are Filling

Aquifers in the greater Darwin area have responded positively to the recent monsoon rainfall experienced during January.

Territory Fishos Have a Whale of a time off Cape Arnhem

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Territory Fishos Have a Whale of a time off Cape Arnhem

A Territory fisherman has recorded the first live sighting of Bryde’s whales (Balaenoptera edeni) in Top End waters.

Signs of the Times Undergo Makeover

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Signs of the Times Undergo Makeover

Roadside signs used to inform rural residents about groundwater levels have undergone a makeover.

Amazon frogbit

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Amazon frogbit

Amazon frogbit (Limnobium laevigotum) has been declared a Class C (not to be introduced) weed under the Weeds Management Act.

Katherine Supports Neem Blitz Program

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Katherine Supports Neem Blitz Program

Over 250 Katherine landholders collected free herbicide to control the highly invasive weed neem (Azadirachta indica) during the Katherine Neem Blitz Program.

Last Chance For Free Neem Herbicide

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Last Chance For Free Neem Herbicide

Saturday 9 December is the last chance for Katherine landholders to collect free herbicide to control the highly invasive weed neem (Azadirachta indica).

Large Saltie Threatens Shark Attack

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Large Saltie Threatens Shark Attack

The fight to protect our fishing waterways against the noxious weed Cabomba (Cabomba caroliniana) continues to deliver positive results thanks to a $600,000 boost from the Territory Government.