Top End residents and visitors are urged to cover up against mosquitoes following a recent case of Murray Valley encephalitis (MVE) acquired in a remote Arnhem Land community.
Power and Water Corporation (PWC) has informed the Department of Health that routine testing of the Garawa community water supply, near Borroloola, identified that one sampling point had returned an elevated level of lead and another had returned an elevated level of lead and manganese.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and the community is being asked to be conscious that the actions of bystanders are important in combating sexual violence and prevention.
The Central Australian Health Service‘s Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) is collaborating with other stakeholders across Alice Springs during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) to bring attention to the ‘silent crime’ associated with sexual assault.
High school students from across Darwin will be given the opportunity to experience what it is like to work in the health sector at today's Interactive Careers Day at Royal Darwin Hospital.
The Top End Health Service’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) will hold a series of events across the Top End during April to raise awareness of sexual assault and abuse in the community and encourage people to embrace their voices and speak out against sexual violence.
The Central Australian Health Service’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) is planning a number of events throughout the month in collaboration with other Central Australia stakeholders, including the Alice Springs Women’s Shelter, Central Aboriginal Family Legal Unit and the Central Australia Women’s Legal Service.
It is that time of year where the shelves are filled to the brim with all sorts of delicious chocolate eggs, bunnies and bilbies.
The precautionary advice for drinking water (Boil Water Alert) has been cancelled for Darwin, Palmerston and surrounding area.Tap water is safe to drink.
In the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Marcus, Top End residents and visitors are being urged to continue protecting themselves from the potentially life-threatening soil-borne disease, melioidosis.