Further upgrades to one of the Northern Territory’s high-priority cattle routes has started, following the start of construction for Package 1 in June 2019.
The second part of the Territory Government’s new recreational fishing survey has begun, with surveys taking place at boat ramps across the NT.
The Territory Government has awarded 215 contracts since July 1 2018, with over 85 per cent of these going to Territory enterprises.
The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has approved finance, subject to conditions, for a $300 million expansion of airport facilities in Darwin, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs. The investment will help create up to 1,500 jobs and support the development of the NT’s export potential, particularly in agriculture.
The Territory Government’s $19.4 million State Square Underground Car Park has reached a major milestone, with excavation works beginning.
Iconic new entry statements will soon welcome visitors to Tennant Creek, following the release of the construction tender, which has brought the project a step closer.
The Territory Government is adding to its multi-million dollar CBD major infrastructure program with a trio of job-creating smaller projects that will help revitalise the Capital of the North.
The Territory Government has brought forward construction of a new primary school in Palmerston by two years, NT Education Minister Selena Uibo announced.
The Australian Government is getting on with the job of supporting major Northern Territory road investments, with funding approved for six upgrades between the Northern Australia Roads Program and Beef Roads Program over recent months.
Recreational fishing is a huge part of the Territory lifestyle and a cornerstone of our community. The sector contributes millions of dollars to our economy and employs hundreds of people.