The NT Independent is providing you with an update of resource news from across the Northern Territory. This week, KGL appoints a new director, RML inks contracts with OZL minerals, Territory Government approves TM Gold’s Spring Hill mine project, plus more.
The NT Government awarded 17 contracts in the last week to a total of $15 million with the largest being awarded to Demed Aboriginal Corporation & Dice (Aust) Pty Ltd for Provision of Construction, Refurbishments and Upgrades to Northern Territory Government (NTG) Housing Infrastructure for a Period of 36 Months in Gunbalanya Community, Darwin Region.
The development of the proposed Middle Arm industrial project into a “globally competitive and sustainable precinct” is moving ahead, the government said, despite warnings from the Environment Centre NT that the project may have “significant” public health impacts.
In the last week the NT Government has released eight tenders, including a Provision of Professional Lifeguard Services for a Period of 24 Months in Darwin Waterfront. Click here to read the full list of tenders released this week.
Business is back for the year with industry groups giving businesses the ability to get out and network and listen to some great guest speakers. Get along to hear what is happening and support your local businesses and groups. Here are the upcoming industry events you...
Rising interest rates and construction costs and the upcoming Federal Election kept investors and home buyers at bay, according to the Real Estate Institute of the Northern Territory.
Outback chalet-style Finniss River Lodge has opened its doors to guests as the Top End’s newest all-inclusive adventure destination set on the lush floodplains and waterways of a working cattle station but with five-star luxury.
The NT Government awarded 28 contracts in the last week to a total of $19.8 million with the largest being awarded to Bitumax Pty Limited for Sealed Pavement Maintenance for a Period of 36 Months – Mandatory Industry Briefing in Alice Springs Region
The NT Independent is providing you with an update of resource news from across the Northern Territory. This week, TNG receives $3.7 million, Tamboran to open full potential of the Beetaloo, KGL find more Territory copper, plus more.
In the last week the NT Government has released 19 tenders, including a Provision of Grounds Maintenance Services to Public Housing Complexes for a Period of 24 Months in Darwin Region.
The Territory Government is investing an additional $14.2 million in the 2022 Budget to boost “direct tourism marketing” that it says will kickstart tourism after more than two years of turmoil in the industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seafarms Group CEO Mick McMahon has quit his post after an attempt to remove him from the board by fellow director Ian Trahar, following tensions within the company after Mr McMahon deemed the NT’s Project Sea Dragon ‘unviable’.