Territorians in regional and remote locations are being let down by the Northern Territory Government and its agencies, with pastoralists now required to move their entire fleet of vehicles hundreds of kilometers across the NT to the closest Motor Vehicle Registration office, or fly MVR inspectors to remote properties, to be able to renew vehicle...Read more
The Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association said the decision not to proceed with changes to the non-pastoral use permit system in the Pastoral Lands Act was a sensible policy outcome.
NTCA chief executive officer Ashley Manicaros said the cattle industry believed the proposed changes would stifle economic investment if they...Read more
Future investment security will be undermined having dire consequences on the Territory’s economy when the NT Government introduces changes to the Non-Pastoral Permit system which will push out administrative burdens to 420 days in the Pastoral Land Act (PLA), the NT Cattlemen’s Association has warned.
The Territory’s cattle industry is...Read more
The Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association believe an NT drought working group should be established as a matter of priority.
NTCA chief executive officer Ashley Manicaros said the matter had been raised with the Minister for Primary Industry and Resources Paul Kirby and given the current funding programs being made available by the...Read more
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