News

We're hiring: NT Community Campaigner

Do you have a passion for the Top End? Is the unique coastal lifestyle of the Northern Territory important to you? Join us - we are looking for a full-time NT Community Campaigner. 

KTECH's Submission - Planning for Gunn Point Peninsula

Keep Top End Coasts Healthy has put in a submission to the NT Planning Commission on the proposed development of Gunn Peninsula and Glyde Point. 

MEDIA RELEASE: TERRITORY COASTS SCOOP THE POOL THIS ELECTION

The Keep Top End Coasts Healthy alliance congratulates Chief Minister Michael Gunner and his Territory Labor team on being returned to government and looks forward to working with them to deliver their commitment to protect our Top End coasts. 

ABC News - Harbour Health

ABC News Darwin reports on the NT Government's plan to develop a petrochemical and minerals processing industry at Middle which could further degrade Darwin Harbour's environmental health. 

Media Release: New report reveals action needed to prevent further decline of Darwin Harbour’s health

A new report finds the health of Darwin Harbour is in decline and a failure of successive governments to implement a Harbour wide plan with strategic oversight and adequate funding to protect its environmental, cultural, social and economic values. 

Media Release: All parties commit to action to protect our Top End coasts

The Keep Top End Coasts Healthy alliance has today revealed the major party commitments to protecting the coast - declaring a win for the Territory’s marine life, fishing and the Top End lifestyle.

Short Film Festival: Champions of Our Coasts

We are hosting a free Short Film Festival to celebrate local heroes of our Top End coasts, and showcase the beauty and bounty of our coastline.

NT News: Call for seabed mining pledge

Did you see today's article on page 7 of the NT News? New documents received under Freedom of Information laws provide comprehensive evidence that seabed mining would have an unacceptable impact on the Top End’s unique coastal waters, culture and fishing lifestyle. In the article, Keep Top End Coasts Healthy's co-ordinator Adele Pedder explains that "seabed mining corporations are lining up to mine places like Fog Bay, Anson Bay and the Wessel Islands". See the article in the image below. Did you see today's article on page 7 of the NT News? New documents received under Freedom of Information laws provide comprehensive evidence that seabed mining would have an unacceptable impact on the Top End’s unique coastal waters, culture and fishing lifestyle. In the article, Keep Top End Coasts Healthy's co-ordinator Adele Pedder explains that "seabed mining corporations are lining up to mine places like Fog Bay, Anson Bay and the Wessel Islands". See the article in the image below. The NT News article refers to information from our latest report Seabed mining threatens Top End treasures. See the report here.

New report reveals seabed mining too risky for Top End coasts

New documents received under Freedom of Information laws provide comprehensive evidence that seabed mining would have an unacceptable impact on the Top End’s unique coastal waters, culture and fishing lifestyle. 

Media Release: Polling shows Territorians want action to protect our Top End Coasts

A recent survey of people living in the Greater Darwin region found that the vast majority (74%) expect the next NT Government to do more to protect the health of our coasts.

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