- 30 December 2013
The next phase in the development of a Land Use Plan for the Darwin region has been released by the Northern Territory Planning Commission (NTPC) for community input.
- 20 December 2013
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 155 of the Local Government Act that the following special rates was declared by Lichfield Council on Thursday 12 December 2013.
- 19 December 2013
Thorak Regional Cemetery Grounds are Open every day from 7.00am to 7.00pm. Over the Holiday Season the office will close from 12.00pm on Tuesday 24th December 2013 and Public Holidays only.
- 16 December 2013
Peter Styles, the Northern Territory Minister for Transport has annouced an integrated red light and speed camera will begin operation on the Stuart Highway and Jenkins Road intersection today.
- 9 December 2013
A joint tender between Department of Lands, Planning and Environment and Litchfield Council has been sourced to carry out a hydrology study at Wadhams Lagoon, Howard Springs.
- 6 December 2013
Litchfield Council held its 8th Land Auction on Wednesday 4th December, the land auctions are held to recoup unpaid rates and charges on vacant plots of land.
- 5 December 2013
New draft Public and Environmental Health Regulations to modernise the laws that protect public health and safety in the Territory are being presented for public and industry consultation.
- 2 December 2013
The Northern Territory Government's announcement of the successful special purpose grants comes as great news for Litchfield Council and its residents.
- 28 November 2013
The public have an opportunity to have their say about the future of the Adelaide River Conservation Resevre, which include Fogg Dam, Harrison Dam, Black Jungle, Lambell's Lagoon Conservation Reserves and Melacca Swamp Conservation Area.
- 15 November 2013
The Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries (DPIF) thank all residents and property owners who've cooperated with them in the program to eradicate the banana freckle pest.
- 15 November 2013
The Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries (DPIF) have confirmed that the banana freckle pest has been discovered on one property in Humpty Doo and one property in Acacia Hills—the first such infections in either area.