In February 2018, the Australian Government announced a compulsory recall of vehicles with defective Takata airbags. These airbags can misdeploy causing death or serious injury.
Ridesharing is coming to the Territory next year, with Western Australian company Hi Oscar confirming they will be operating in the NT from February 1.
As Christmas celebrations begin Territorians are reminded to plan ahead and organise a Sober Bob if they are planning on drinking.
Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) Nhulunbuy and Katherine teams were recognised in the 2017 Chamber of Commerce Customer Service Awards held in October. A collective success of recognition and exceptional service by MVR teams in the regions.
The NT government has announced its continuing support for Territory regions, confirming a 12-month extension to Airnorth’s Centre Run air service trial.
DIPL is investigating the potential for future ferry services in and around Darwin Harbour to cater for future growth within the next 50 years.
Construction Snapshot is published by the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics on a quarterly basis. The information provides an overview of the Northern Territory’s construction activity for major works over $500 000.
Road Report NT has recently launched a new website which provides a free online service that allows road users to check road conditions within the Northern Territory.
Across the Northern Territory, there are over 50 rest stops available to provide motorists a well needed break from driving.
The Northern Territory Government is actively planning for the future. The Government has now released its Economic Development Framework and Ten Year Infrastructure Strategy and is working to ensure business and industry have certainty to plan for future growth and the community can be confident that we will protect what Territorians love most, our lifestyle and unique character.