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Public servant jobs must be axed: How the Gunner Government is failing the Territory economy - NT News
Public servant jobs must be axed: How the Gunner Government is failing the Territory economy  NT News

After years of spending beyond our means the stark reality of the situation was finally revealed on Friday. The Northern Territory is officially broke. In fact, we're ...


NT Budget: Commonwealth won't bail out Northern Territory - NT News
NT Budget: Commonwealth won't bail out Northern Territory  NT News

IT is up to the Northern Territory Government to dig itself out of the fiscal hole it has dug for itself, says the Commonwealth.


Northern Territory on cusp of becoming gas centre of Australia as gas pipeline opens - ABC News
Northern Territory on cusp of becoming gas centre of Australia as gas pipeline opens  ABC News

A flagged expansion of a major new gas pipeline running from the Northern Territory outback to Queensland could meet the gas demands in Brisbane, Sydney ...


Darwin restaurateur Jimmy Shu sceptical of new skilled migrant agreement, given recent hiring woes - ABC News
Darwin restaurateur Jimmy Shu sceptical of new skilled migrant agreement, given recent hiring woes  ABC News

A Darwin restauranteur is doubtful a new skilled migrant agreement will ease his woes with Australia's immigration policies, which currently have him so ...


Up to 40 public service jobs go regional in more decentralisation - The Sydney Morning Herald
Up to 40 public service jobs go regional in more decentralisation  The Sydney Morning Herald

Up to 40 jobs at Aboriginal Hostels Limited will be moved across the country to towns in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. The positions ...


From Damascus to Darwin, new migrants are finding a home in the Northern Territory - ABC News
From Damascus to Darwin, new migrants are finding a home in the Northern Territory  ABC News

When a bomb was found near his daughter's school, Maher Radwan knew his family had to leave Damascus. Today, he is nine months into owning a restaurant ...


Australia announces two new special visa agreements with a pathway to permanent residency - SBS
Australia announces two new special visa agreements with a pathway to permanent residency  SBS

The new visa agreement allows employers to sponsor skilled workers with some concessions which may include access to some occupations that are on ...


Experienced Northern Territory cops cut as police force undergoes restructure - NT News
Experienced Northern Territory cops cut as police force undergoes restructure  NT News

The latest cost cutting exercise by NT Police has seen five senior police positions cut.


Proposed Don Dale replacement site rejected by Palmerston Council amid community opposition - ABC News
Proposed Don Dale replacement site rejected by Palmerston Council amid community opposition  ABC News

A proposed replacement site for the notorious Don Dale youth detention centre sparks anger among concerned business owners, who fear the plan is telling the ...


Territory businesses urged to sign up for Welcome to the Territory financial incentives - NT News
Territory businesses urged to sign up for Welcome to the Territory financial incentives  NT News

TERRITORY businesses are being urged to sign up to take advantage of the Welcome to the Territory financial incentives to help woo staff from other states to ...


Treasurer Nicole Manison wants Territorians to help fix budget blowout - NT News
Treasurer Nicole Manison wants Territorians to help fix budget blowout  NT News

THE Northern Territory is in an unprecedented budget crisis and its annual interest bill will hit 2 billion a year and net debt will reach 35 billion by 2029-30 unless ...


NT to push population growth, jobs at COAG - 3BA
NT to push population growth, jobs at COAG  3BA

Population growth and employment opportunities in the Northern Territory will be the focus of Chief Minister Michael Gunner when he meets with other state and ...


Northern Territory’s massive $5 billion Mount Peake mine rapidly moving towards development - NT News
Northern Territory’s massive $5 billion Mount Peake mine rapidly moving towards development  NT News

THE Territory's world-class strategic metals asset Mount Peake mine is rapidly moving towards development. The massive $5 billion mine, which has been given ...


Permanent residency a lure for skilled migrants to Northern Territory - NT News
Permanent residency a lure for skilled migrants to Northern Territory  NT News

SKILLED migrants should be seen as future Territorians rather than as temporary labour resources, according to a leading Darwin migration lawyer.


Special visas deal to lure more migrant workers to fill Warrnambool jobs gap - Herald Sun
Special visas deal to lure more migrant workers to fill Warrnambool jobs gap  Herald Sun

Foreign tradies and farmers will descend on Victorias southwest coast with the Warrnambool City Council to be given a special new power to recruit overseas ...


Opinion by Michael Gunner, Chief Minister of the Northern Territory - National Indigenous Times
Opinion by Michael Gunner, Chief Minister of the Northern Territory  National Indigenous Times

Let me be blunt.The old way of delivering services to remote Aboriginal communities through centralised bureaucracies hasn't worked.


NT Government put up $10M offer to buyout commercial fishing licences - NT News
NT Government put up $10M offer to buyout commercial fishing licences  NT News

THE Northern Territory Government has offered a 10 million package to buy out commercial fishing licences as it seeks to end a stand-off over access to coastal ...


The South Sudanese migrants swapping the city for the outback - SBS News
The South Sudanese migrants swapping the city for the outback  SBS News

Pressures in the big cities such as Melbourne have pushed some migrants to resettle in Alice Springs.


Territory Labor Government's $100 Million Jobs Boost for Local Tradies - Mirage News
Territory Labor Government's $100 Million Jobs Boost for Local Tradies  Mirage News

In a huge boost for jobs and small businesses, the Territory Labor Government has invested an additional $100 million into housing repairs and maintenance.


Communications and Administration Officer - EducationHQ Australia
Communications and Administration Officer  EducationHQ Australia

Fixed (Temporary) - Full Time Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.


Government to offer incentives for NT move, as part of $50m population strategy - ABC Local
Government to offer incentives for NT move, as part of $50m population strategy  ABC Local

Families that move to the NT to work in high priority jobs will receive more than $15000 over five years from the NT Government, as part of its newly unveiled ...


Jobfind supports job seekers with disability find their dream role | Talking Disability - Talking Disability
Jobfind supports job seekers with disability find their dream role | Talking Disability  Talking Disability

SPONSORED STORY - Finding a job is a daunting task and a difficult process, especially if you are a recent school leaver with disability, however, enlisting ...


Why Canada's immigration system has been a success, and what Australia can learn from it - The Conversation AU
Why Canada's immigration system has been a success, and what Australia can learn from it  The Conversation AU

Immigration policy will be a critical issue in forthcoming state (Victoria, NSW) and federal elections. The disproportionate impact of immigration on population ...


Rent cost relief for WA’s potash plays - The West Australian
Rent cost relief for WA’s potash plays  The West Australian

A new class of mining lease for minerals found in brine will offer drastically reduced rental rates to the State's emerging sulphate of potash producers.


Online job ads in Australia keep on falling - Business Insider Australia
Online job ads in Australia keep on falling  Business Insider Australia

Online job ads in Australia have now fallen for seven consecutive months. In the past, falling ads have usually led to an increase in unemployment.


Government 'suppression' tactics blamed for NT's low rate of voter enrolment - The Guardian
Government 'suppression' tactics blamed for NT's low rate of voter enrolment  The Guardian

Labor says AEC underfunding has contributed to the 26,300 people from rural and remote areas not enrolled to vote. Lorena Allam. Tue 11 Dec 2018 00.54 EST ...


Aboriginal oyster farm pearl in the making - The Macleay Argus
Aboriginal oyster farm pearl in the making  The Macleay Argus

Aboriginal elder Bunug Galaminda says his dream is that oysters from a farm owned and operated by Warruwi community members in the Northern Territory will ...


Australian Financial Review - The Australian Financial Review
Australian Financial Review  The Australian Financial Review

Ikea Australia will open the first of about eight 'pop up' stores in the next few months as the retailer shifts its strategy away from big 'blue boxes" to smaller stores ...


Five must-know details about Northern Territory's $15000 relocation offer - SBS
Five must-know details about Northern Territory's $15000 relocation offer  SBS

Over 53 occupations have been listed as a high priority - including accountants, software engineers, mechanical engineers and chefs.


The NT government is going to pay people to move to the Northern Territory - Business Insider Australia
The NT government is going to pay people to move to the Northern Territory  Business Insider Australia

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner wants to lure another 26000 people to Australia's top end over the next decade and will spend $50 million ...


Industrialist has big plans for Whyalla - NEWS.com.au
Industrialist has big plans for Whyalla  NEWS.com.au

British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta has unveiled an ambitious plan for a "grand scale steel plant" in Whyalla, capable of annual exports of 10 million tonnes.


Armidale cannabis farm advertises for 10 staff members - Barossa & Light Herald
Armidale cannabis farm advertises for 10 staff members  Barossa & Light Herald

A second medicinal cannabis operation is planting seeds in the New England North West, as an operation setting up in Armidale begins advertising for staff.


Northern Territory mining jobs back in strong demand - NT News
Northern Territory mining jobs back in strong demand  NT News

JOBS in the Northern Territorys mining sector are back on the boil.


COAG meeting: Leaders yet to agree to migration cut number - SBS News
COAG meeting: Leaders yet to agree to migration cut number  SBS News

COAG leaders have agreed to work towards creating a framework for managing population issues across Australia instead.


Need a change? Gov offers cash incentives to move to the NT - NT News
Need a change? Gov offers cash incentives to move to the NT  NT News

Financial incentives of up to $15,000 are enticing eligible singles and families to move interstate to take up exciting job opportunities and a lifestyle adventure in ...


Northern Territory MP says crocodile harvesting could create jobs - 9news.com.au
Northern Territory MP says crocodile harvesting could create jobs  9news.com.au

Independent Northern Territory MP Gerry Wood said crocodile harvesting could give traditional land owners m...


Boundless Possible: NT rebrands itself to shake Crocodile Dundee image and grow population - ABC News
Boundless Possible: NT rebrands itself to shake Crocodile Dundee image and grow population  ABC News

The set of Crocodile Dundee still comes to mind when most Australians think of the Northern Territory — and that could be deterring potential residents.


ICYMI: A wrap of this week's arts news - ArtsHub
ICYMI: A wrap of this week's arts news  ArtsHub

A new Art Gallery for Darwin, a National Womens Museum in Melbourne, architecture commissions, international co-productions, and more.


Why do NT public servants work from 8:00am to 4:21pm instead of 9:00am to 5:00pm 'like normal people'? - ABC News
Why do NT public servants work from 8:00am to 4:21pm instead of 9:00am to 5:00pm 'like normal people'?  ABC News

Ah, the NT public *service*, where perceptions (and misconceptions) of laziness abound. Look no further than the hoo-ha that erupted when it became public ...


The Australian city with 1000 jobs waiting to be filled - Gladstone Observer
The Australian city with 1000 jobs waiting to be filled  Gladstone Observer

WEIGHING up her list of pros and cons, there was a clear winner in the positive camp.


Northern Territory's most remote residents push for support as schools close and work runs dry - ABC Message Stick
Northern Territory's most remote residents push for support as schools close and work runs dry  ABC Message Stick

In one of the Northern Territory's most remote communities, there are no teachers in schools and groceries are a luxury, in a funding situation labelled a form of ...


Job cuts, car rego hikes as NT Treasurer unveils $800m in savings - NT News
Job cuts, car rego hikes as NT Treasurer unveils $800m in savings  NT News

UPDATE: The NT Governments world first royalties scheme on the mining industry to increase budget revenue has been labelled a very long way from a realistic ...


Carbon burning set to grow after being officially recognised as an industry in the Northern Territory - ABC News
Carbon burning set to grow after being officially recognised as an industry in the Northern Territory  ABC News

Carbon burning — where rangers make money by lighting fires in cooler months to reduce hot, tropical wildfires — has been officially recognised as an industry ...


Natural gas pipeline to create up to 350 jobs, but raises questions about foreign investment - ABC Local
Natural gas pipeline to create up to 350 jobs, but raises questions about foreign investment  ABC Local

In the middle of Australia's vast outback, work has quietly begun on a 450-kilometre natural gas pipeline — owned in part by the Hong Kong-based company that ...


Foreign investment could fuel 'massive oil and gas base' in NT within a decade, says senator - ABC News
Foreign investment could fuel 'massive oil and gas base' in NT within a decade, says senator  ABC News

A surge of major foreign investments into Northern Territory resources could see the region transformed into a "massive oil and gas base" within 10 years, ...


$300m NT airports expansions – Alice Springs News - Alice Springs News Online
$300m NT airports expansions – Alice Springs News  Alice Springs News Online

The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has approved finance, subject to conditions, for a $300m expansion of airport facilities in Alice Springs, ...


NT target young women and new mature residents - Katherine Times
NT target young women and new mature residents  Katherine Times

The NT Government's 'Welcome to the Territory' incentives intend to boost the Territory's population and create more jobs.


Darwin's Inpex legacy: Riding the boom and avoiding the bust - ABC News
Darwin's Inpex legacy: Riding the boom and avoiding the bust  ABC News

As the mega project transitions from construction to production, is the Northern Territory in danger of going from boom to bust?


Northern Territory reveals $446m plan to save Kakadu town of Jabiru - The Guardian
Northern Territory reveals $446m plan to save Kakadu town of Jabiru  The Guardian

Plan includes education precinct, glamping facilities and expanded lake offering 'croc-free' activities.


Outback job lives on through training - NT News
Outback job lives on through training  NT News

WARREN Boast is helping keep one of the most Australian of jobs alive.


Work for the dole is 'modern-day slavery', Northern Territory MP says - The Guardian
Work for the dole is 'modern-day slavery', Northern Territory MP says  The Guardian

Chansey Paech says Aboriginal people are being driven into poverty by 'the federal government's own version of the Hunger Games'. Lorena Allam Indigenous ...


Water study could unlock thousands of new jobs around greater Darwin - NT News
Water study could unlock thousands of new jobs around greater Darwin  NT News

THOUSANDS of new jobs could be created around greater Darwin injecting billions into the Territory economy on the back of a new water study to be released ...


Sweet jobs ripe for the picking - North Queensland Register
Sweet jobs ripe for the picking  North Queensland Register

Katherine's mango farmers want to recruit hundreds of pickers for the annual harvest.


NT government to create 21,000 jobs - Human Capital
NT government to create 21,000 jobs  Human Capital

The Northern Territory government has kicked off a $50m population program that includes generating 21,000 jobs in 10 years and contributing an additional ...


Finder.com.au: Jobs with the biggest salary decrease - NEWS.com.au
Finder.com.au: Jobs with the biggest salary decrease  NEWS.com.au

GEOPHYSICISTS, engineers, nurses and public servants are just some of the professions that have experienced the biggest salary drops in the space of a year, ...


Tech industry investing in new Darwin based job opportunities - NT News
Tech industry investing in new Darwin based job opportunities  NT News

Major Northern Territory government investments in infrastructure and healthcare technologies are leading to new job opportunities. Dramatically outperforming ...


Palmerston Regional Hospital opens, bringing second major medical facility to Darwin region - ABC News
Palmerston Regional Hospital opens, bringing second major medical facility to Darwin region  ABC News

The Northern Territory's first new hospital in almost four decades officially opens, costing almost double what was originally forecast.


Northern Territory to green-light industrial hemp industry as hopes for medical marijuana continue - ABC Local
Northern Territory to green-light industrial hemp industry as hopes for medical marijuana continue  ABC Local

The Northern Territory Government is set to green-light the industrial hemp industry, and moves are afoot to commercially cultivate medical marijuana.


NT child protection workers allege huge workloads put vulnerable kids at risk - ABC News
NT child protection workers allege huge workloads put vulnerable kids at risk  ABC News

Former and current Northern Territory government child protection investigators have told the ABC the *service* is failing because staff are being forced to manage ...


NT vows budget will create jobs - SBS News
NT vows budget will create jobs  SBS News

The Northern Territory government says its budget will create jobs and offer the region a brighter future.


Northern Territory businesses struggle to find workers in a depressed jobs market - ABC News
Northern Territory businesses struggle to find workers in a depressed jobs market  ABC News

A shortage of bakers, panel beaters and auto electricians is hitting employers hard, as they say it has never been harder to find and keep a worker in the Top ...


60 jobs go as iconic Northern Territory company Mobile Electric goes into liquidation - NT News
60 jobs go as iconic Northern Territory company Mobile Electric goes into liquidation  NT News

THE sad financial state of Darwins struggling small business sector has claimed another victim with iconic company, Mobile Electric, going into liquidation with ...


Controversial Infrastructure Development Fund axed by NT Government, freeing up $185m - ABC News
Controversial Infrastructure Development Fund axed by NT Government, freeing up $185m  ABC News

A controversial development fund, costing Territorians an estimated $200000 a month despite only making one investment, is dissolved by the Northern Territory ...


Jemena Northern Gas Pipeline now in place - Katherine Times
Jemena Northern Gas Pipeline now in place  Katherine Times

A major milestone has been reached on the Northern Gas Pipeline with Jemena announcing pipeline construction was complete. Jemena Executive General ...


Centre of Excellence could help Territorians secure onshore gas industry jobs - NT News
Centre of Excellence could help Territorians secure onshore gas industry jobs  NT News

THE Chamber of Commerce NT is moving to establish a Centre of Excellence to ensure Territorians are job-ready in the wake of the Gunner Governments ...


Mining jobs, WA: Why Australians don’t want to fill vacancies - Herald Sun
Mining jobs, WA: Why Australians don’t want to fill vacancies  Herald Sun

HEARING of suicides every week, knowing their relationship is breaking down — but having no reception to even try and fix it — and watching their mates spiral ...


Northern Territory town camps need $77m for urgent repairs - The Guardian
Northern Territory town camps need $77m for urgent repairs  The Guardian

The Northern Territory government will invest $25m to upgrade town camps, starting with urgent repairs to housing and infrastructure, as part of its response to a ...


Jobs growth Australia: This is where the jobs are - Herald Sun
Jobs growth Australia: This is where the jobs are  Herald Sun

THERE'S one state that has dominated job creation in the past financial year — with a staggering 40 per cent of all new jobs located in NSW.


Lithium mine on Darwin's doorstep set to start production next year - ABC News
Lithium mine on Darwin's doorstep set to start production next year  ABC News

The Northern Territory's first lithium mine and processing facility is expected to start operations next year as demand for the mineral surges in China, Europe and ...


40 years of NT self government: ‘We’ve done a much better job than the southerners’ - NT News
40 years of NT self government: ‘We’ve done a much better job than the southerners’  NT News

THE Territory's longest-serving chief minister does not mince words when it comes to his assessment of the Northern Territory before self government. “Based on ...


Education Department contract handed to friend of minister without undergoing tender process - ABC Local
Education Department contract handed to friend of minister without undergoing tender process  ABC Local

Hylton Hayes campaigned for his friend, former education minister Eva Lawler, and was awarded a $19000 contract that did not go through a competitive ...


NT's coastal environments worth $2b per year, report finds - ABC News
NT's coastal environments worth $2b per year, report finds  ABC News

The Northern Territory's coastal and marine environments are worth $2 billion per year, and they support 6,500 jobs, a new economic analysis has found.


NT says it cannot afford all of juvenile detention royal commission's reforms - The Guardian
NT says it cannot afford all of juvenile detention royal commission's reforms  The Guardian

The Northern Territory government has announced more than $229m in funding to enact the recommendations of the royal commission into abuses in the ...


$132,000-a-year Northern Territory tourism director won’t move here - NT News
$132,000-a-year Northern Territory tourism director won’t move here  NT News

THE Territory Government has come under fire for giving a former employee based in Melbourne the plum position of Director of the Convention Bureau.


Internal Labor Party divisions emerge over fracking decision, as independent officer appointed to oversee reforms - ABC News
Internal Labor Party divisions emerge over fracking decision, as independent officer appointed to oversee reforms  ABC News

Backlash within the Labor Party against the Gunner Government's decision to allow fracking is well underway, with the Territory's federal senator labelling it a ...


Three new solar farms and battery storage system to power NT airports - One Step Off The Grid
Three new solar farms and battery storage system to power NT airports  One Step Off The Grid

A NAIF loan of $150m will help add more than 50MW of solar PV and one battery storage system to airports in the Northern Territory.


Northern Territory MP demands better mobile coverage after family's death - The Guardian
Northern Territory MP demands better mobile coverage after family's death  The Guardian

Scott McConnell says the lack of communications in much of the NT 'absolutely is a risk to health and wellbeing'


Nominees for the 2019 Northern Territory Australian of the Year Awards - NT News
Nominees for the 2019 Northern Territory Australian of the Year Awards  NT News

A RAPPER and dancer, an indigenous health advocate, parents fighting against bullying, a choir director, anti-fracking activists and an AFL player championing ...


Beetaloo Basin: What do we know about the region at the heart of the NT fracking debate? - ABC News
Beetaloo Basin: What do we know about the region at the heart of the NT fracking debate?  ABC News

Love it or hate it, a decision on fracking in the Northern Territory appears imminent. So what do we know about the region experts believe will be ground-zero for ...


NT pipeline to make substantial contribution, says industry - Alice Springs News Online
NT pipeline to make substantial contribution, says industry  Alice Springs News Online

By ERWIN CHLANDA. The Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) from Tennant Creek to Mt Isa and scheduled for completion by the end of this year will make a ...


Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson linked to Northern Territory Football League coaching job - NT News
Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson linked to Northern Territory Football League coaching job  NT News

NORTHERN Territory Football League club Waratah is poised to announce the coaching recruit of the century with attempts to get dual Geelong and Essendon ...


‘Backlash’: Northern Territory alcohol floor price divides community - The Guardian
‘Backlash’: Northern Territory alcohol floor price divides community  The Guardian

Minimum price for a standard drink was passed into law with minimal outrage. Then the price of beer went up.


Northern Territory riot: one dead after armed clashes between dozens of people - The Guardian
Northern Territory riot: one dead after armed clashes between dozens of people  The Guardian

NT police says Ali Curung violence may be linked to deaths of four young people near Willowra.


Fracking decision could pave the way for NT jobs wave - NT News
Fracking decision could pave the way for NT jobs wave  NT News

A DECISION to lift the Northern Territory's moratorium on fracking will pave the way for the $4 billion expansion of the Northern Gas Pipeline, providing up to ...


Northern Territory budget 2018: Who are the winners and losers? - ABC News
Northern Territory budget 2018: Who are the winners and losers?  ABC News

NT Treasurer Nicole Manison hands down Labor's long-awaited 2018 budget. Take a look at where the money is going.


Territory early childhood eductors will walk off the job today - NT News
Territory early childhood eductors will walk off the job today  NT News

MORE than 50 Territory early childhood educators will walk off the job this afternoon in protest of pay conditions.


Northern Territory developing first contemporary live music strategy - The Music Network
Northern Territory developing first contemporary live music strategy  The Music Network

The first Northern Territory contemporary live music strategy, is to be developed after the release of the report The Economic and Cultural Value of Live Music in ...


Men’s suicide rates, Australia: Construction, mining jobs - NEWS.com.au
Men’s suicide rates, Australia: Construction, mining jobs  NEWS.com.au

OUR nation's job market is booming — the mining industry is picking up again, contractors are practically begging teens to consider a trade and the defence ...


The Northern Territory is a huge sausage fest, according to the latest ABS data - NT News
The Northern Territory is a huge sausage fest, according to the latest ABS data  NT News

THE Territory is swarming with blokes and its only getting worse.


Weaker jobs growth puts wage boost in doubt - The Sydney Morning Herald
Weaker jobs growth puts wage boost in doubt  The Sydney Morning Herald

Jobs growth has slid dramatically, with new employment figures showing only 95,900 extra workers employed during the past six months, down from 208,000 ...


Cattle family starts abattoir on station to disprove Top End beef myth - ABC News
Cattle family starts abattoir on station to disprove Top End beef myth  ABC News

On Old Cameron Downs Station about 100 kilometres south of Darwin, Pete Cogill and wife Fiona McBean have been cattle-producing differently.


Body of Indigenous ranger found after crocodile attack in Northern Territory - The Guardian
Body of Indigenous ranger found after crocodile attack in Northern Territory  The Guardian

Woman was attacked by a saltwater crocodile while fishing with family near Gan Gan in Arnehm Land on Friday. Australian Associated Press. Fri 12 Oct 2018 ...


Hi Oscar starts up as first rideshare company in the Northern Territory - ABC News
Hi Oscar starts up as first rideshare company in the Northern Territory  ABC News

Ridesharing finally arrives in the NT, bringing casual jobs, cheaper fares and questions over access.


Australia Post: 3000 new jobs advertised ahead of ‘record Christmas’ - NEWS.com.au
Australia Post: 3000 new jobs advertised ahead of ‘record Christmas’  NEWS.com.au

LOOKING for a new job? Good news — because nearly 3000 brand new positions are now up for grabs, just in time for Christmas. Australia Post has revealed it ...


AU: Dozens find 'The Sweetest Job' on Northern Territory's mango farms - FreshPlaza
AU: Dozens find 'The Sweetest Job' on Northern Territory's mango farms  FreshPlaza

FreshPlaza is the number one portal for the *fresh* produce industry, offering the latest news, job advertisements, pricewatching, and photo reports.


NT Airports land $300m expansion bonus, including $150m NAIF loan - NT News
NT Airports land $300m expansion bonus, including $150m NAIF loan  NT News

MUDCRABS and mangoes will be exported straight from the Territory to the rest of the world after a 300 million expansion of NT Airports.


Queensland abattoirs swoop, as AACo meatworkers in Darwin weigh up their future - ABC News
Queensland abattoirs swoop, as AACo meatworkers in Darwin weigh up their future  ABC News

Major abattoirs in Queensland are advertising jobs in the Northern Territory in the hope of luring workers after Australia's largest cattle company, Australian ...


Human rights team in the Territory to talk to Aboriginal women for national report - NT News
Human rights team in the Territory to talk to Aboriginal women for national report  NT News

A LACK of infrastructure and jobs is disadvantaging women and girls in Aboriginal communities in the NT, according to a leading human rights advocate.


Cyclone Marcus tore through Darwin on Saturday, leaving a huge clean up job in its trail - The Advertiser
Cyclone Marcus tore through Darwin on Saturday, leaving a huge clean up job in its trail  The Advertiser

DARWIN residents are getting straight into the clean up after Cyclone Marcus.


Northern Territory lifts ban on onshore gas fracking - The Sydney Morning Herald
Northern Territory lifts ban on onshore gas fracking  The Sydney Morning Herald

The Northern Territory has reversed its two-year ban on fracking, opening up more than half the region to onshore shale gas development in a move expected to ...