The Darwin River Dam is at its lowest level since 2006 amid yet another dry start to a tropical wet season, but stakeholders question whether the NT Government is acting fast enough on warnings that the Top End needs to secure another supply of drinking water. (Date:01/25/2020 00:17) Read full article >>

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