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Be snake wise!

Snakes are on the move in the NT. While the peak activity period runs from September to April, they are always a danger.

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Travelling these school holidays? Don’t let measles spoil your fun

Territorians are being reminded to ensure they are fully immunised against measles before travelling over the school holiday period, as cases continue to occur in Australia and much of the rest of the world.

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High salt marsh mosquito numbers increase Ross River virus risk

The Top End Health Service is urging people to protect themselves from salt marsh mosquitoes, as they can transmit the Ross River virus (RRV). High mosquito numbers in NT coastal areas are expected to persist from 6 December for around 10 days.

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Say thank you to organ donors and families

Chris Blackham-Davison has a simple message to the donor family that saw him receive a new kidney: Thank You.

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Help turn Type 1 diabetes into Type None at Darwin JDRF One Walk

The Darwin Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) One Walk being held on Sunday 17 November is a fundraising walk to help support vital research to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes.

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Measles Alert

Territorians are being warned to be alert for measles and get immunised if required, following confirmation of a case of this highly contagious disease in Darwin.

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Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability

The Disability Royal Commission will hold community forums across Australia.

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Apply now NT Disability Advisory Committee

Applications are now being sought for the new Northern Territory Disability Advisory Committee (DAC).

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BreastScreenNT celebrate 25 year anniversary

BreastScreenNT is a joint Commonwealth and Northern Territory Government funded population-screening program.

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Start of the salt marsh mosquito season

The Top End Health Service is urging people to protect themselves from salt marsh mosquitoes, as numbers are expected to increase in NT coastal areas due to the high tides last week. Elevated numbers are expected from 8 October, lasting 7 to 10 days.