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2016-09-21 ABC News: New incentive scheme encouraging first home owners

REINT chief executive Quentin Kilian said there was good news on the horizon for investors as the new Gunner Government's 1st home buyer incentive was beginning to show some stimulation of growth in the market… Darwin still had some of the highest rental yields in Australia. "An investor looks at yields as a return on their investment, [and] we've still got rental yields sitting at 4.8 to 4.9% in the Darwin market which is extremely strong when you compare that to other major capital cities."

2016-09-21 Property Observer: SQM Research, Rents Index

Darwin houses: $563.90; units: $436.10

2016-09-22 offshoretechnology.com: Inpex’s Ichthys LNG project

French firm Veolia's MPPE unit has been selected to treat the gas/condensate-produced water stream from Inpex-operated Ichthys LNG project’s floating production storage and offloading facility… The unit has been loaded to Korea and placed on the vessel. Ichthys LNG project will involve offshore preliminary processing of gas from the Ichthys Field to remove water and extract condensate before being transported to onshore LNG processing facilities in Darwin

2016-09-23 ABC Rural: Live cattle export companies resume shipments to Vietnam

The SEALS-operated Nine Eagle is expected to set out for Vietnam loaded with cattle from the Darwin Port on Friday afternoon. Frontier's 2nd shipment, under the new conditions, departed Darwin on Thursday afternoon… Industry has been spending millions of dollars on an animal traceability system in Vietnam, which includes CCTV cameras.

2016-09-21 ABC Rural: Melbourne property developer Jason Yeap draws multiple investors to buy 50% stake in famed Tipperary Station

Melbourne lawyer and property developer Jason Yeap led the bid to secure part-ownership in the NT pastoral leases Tipperary, Litchfield and Douglas West. The total area of the adjoining properties SW of Darwin is 3,863 sqkm of both cleared agricultural land and grazing country…

Mr Yeap said the size of the properties, access to water and close proximity to the Darwin Port made it a strong investment for those joining the syndicate.

2016-09-21 Media Release:
Funding to support vital NT roads under Northern Australia Roads Programme

More than $360 million is being rolled out for new road upgrade projects in northern Australia, with $130 million being invested in the first 4 Northern Australia Roads Programme projects in the Northern Territory… “The funding will improve the safety and reliability of critical routes and support economic growth in the nation's north” … Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Minister for the NT, Nicole Manison: “Outback Way provides a strategic east-west link across central Australia… Plenty Highway, part of the Outback Way, has been identified by NT Cattlemen's Association as a key road for cattle industry growth in Central Australia... Keep River Road upgrade is of serious local importance—by supporting proposed infrastructure projects such as Project Sea Dragon and Ord Stage 3 it has the potential to stimulate economic development and population growth. Adelaide River Floodplain is notorious in the Top End for wet season closures. This project will provide all-weather access for the extractive industries, tourism, defence as well as Territorians in Arnhem Land.”

2016-09-22 ABC Rural: Mangoes

The Northern Territory's mango season is ramping up, with over 15,000 trays dispatched out of the Top End last week. The first NT mangoes were picked in July this year.

2016-06 Department of Agriculture & Water Resources: Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry in the Greater Darwin region of the Northern Territory, 2016

In 2014-15, the gross value of agricultural production in the Greater Darwin region was $55.11 million… Darwin region has a diverse agricultural sector. The most important commodities: livestock for meat ($20.87M), followed by mangoes ($11.84M) and melons ($9.82M)… Greater Darwin region accounted for 91% ($3.72M) of the total value of the Territory's nursery production… Commonwealth managed Northern Prawn Fishery was the most valuable fishery in the NT, with gross value of production in 2013–14 of $115M, across the entire fishery (some of which is landed in Qld)... Darwin is a major landing site for this fishery… It is estimated that NT residents and visitors spend nearly $51M pa on recreational fishing, with the purchase of vessels and vehicles and their associated running costs.

2016-09-14 Department of Defence: Inaugural Regional Commanders’ Conference

The Commander Australian Fleet, Rear Admiral Stuart Mayer, hosted 14 of his counterparts or their representatives in Darwin for the inaugural Regional Commanders’ Conference to discuss maritime security and interoperability in the Asia-Pacific.

2016-09-22 NT News: Charles Darwin retains top 300 ranking

Charles Darwin University has kept its top 300 global rank in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2016-17 and placed equal 11th out of 35 Australian institutions.

2016-09 CBRE Hotels: Australian Hotel Market Update year ending June 2015

Darwin Average Daily Rate: $184.60, Occupancy Level: 69.4%, RevPAR: $128.15.

2016-09-16 Media Release: Entrepreneur Visa and points test changes go live

New Entrepreneur visa provides a pathway to permanent residence and allows entrepreneurs with $200,000 in funding from a specified 3rd party to develop and commercialise their innovative ideas in Australia. In addition, changes to the points test for skilled migration have been made to encourage international students who have completed Australian postgraduate research qualifications in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics field to remain in Australia. (They) will be granted additional points under the skilled migration programme.



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2016-09-06 NT News: Final pieces delivered as Ichthys takes shape

The final phase of the $37 billion Ichthys LNG project has begun… Ichthys LNG Project general manager of construction Vince Kenny said the modules were the last of 230 which have been shipped in since 2014. “This is a really significant occasion as it signifies the end of the module delivery and also the final stages of construction and then the commencement of testing, commissioning, and start-up of the gas plant”… Some 8,000 people are working at the site constructing the plant which is due for completion next year… Once completed the Ichthys LNG Project will employ 350 to 450 staff and has an expected lifespan of 40 years. It can produce about 8.9 million tons of LNG, about 1.6 million tonnes of LPG per year, and 100,000 barrels of condensate per day.

2016-09-07 NT News: Final pieces delivered as Ichthys takes shape

Darwin Port yesterday commissioned a new Pilot Boat… meeting the demands with the commencement of the new INPEX LNG ships, which will realise one LNG tanker a day through Darwin Harbour from towards the end of 2017.

2016-09-07 NT News: $6 million in port work goes local

Rusca Bros has begun work after winning a $6m contract with Darwin Port at the East Arm Wharf… part of the construction of the Refrigerated Container Park and the Strategic Hardstand Development… The facility will significantly increase refrigerated container capability at East Arm Wharf to better service Northern Australia’s horticulture, aquaculture and agricultural industries, exporting into South East Asia.

2016-09-07 Katherine Times: Tindal plays part in Northern Shield

Personnel based at Katherine’s RAAF Tindal are playing a crucial role in Operation Northern Shield which is currently underway in northern Australia.

2016-09-11 NT News: Front-row seat

Exercise Kakadu will begin tomorrow morning… the Royal Australian Navy’s premier exercise in Territory waters every two years. Kakadu 2016 will be one of the largest iterations of the exercise with 19 nations taking part in or observing.

2016-09-08 Economic Brief: International Trade July 2016

In the year to July 2016, the top 3 countries from which the Territory sourced its international goods imports were Thailand ($841 million), Japan ($678 million) and Singapore ($284 million). NT’s top goods export destinations were Japan ($1.9 billion, reflecting LNG exports) and China ($1.1 billion, predominately mineral ores e.g. manganese, and concentrates of zinc and lead).

2016-09-07 Economic Brief: State Final Demand June Quarter 2016

In trend terms, Territory state final demand (SFD) increased by 0.5% to $6.8 billion in the June quarter 2016. Nationally, domestic final demand increased by 0.5% in the quarter.



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The above information has been compiled by Gwelo (the Agent) from third party providers. The Agent has not verified whether the above information is accurate and does not have any belief one way or the other as to its accuracy. The Agent does no more than pass on the information. The Agent does not accept any responsibility to any person for its accuracy. All interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not the information is, in fact, accurate.

 

2016-09-02 Property Observer: CoreLogic gross rental yields

Darwin houses 5.2%; Darwin units 4.1%. (Sydney and Melbourne have each recorded the lowest gross rental yields across the capitals for houses at 2.8%; with units in Sydney at 3.9% and in Melbourne at 4%.)

2016-09-01 Property Observer: Home Value Index
CoreLogic Annual change in dwelling values over past 10 years

Darwin: 4.3% (Sydney 6.8%, Melbourne 7.2%)

2016-08-31 NT News: Election win boon for first home buyers

Territory Labor committed to a stamp duty concession of up $24,000 for first home buyers purchasing an existing property from September 1. The existing $26,000 first homebuyer grant for new properties will remain… Incoming Chief Minister, Michael Gunner said Labor’s scheme would mean the first $500,000 of a first homeowner’s purchase would be stamp duty free, capped at $650,000… Labor will offer first home buyers of existing homes $10,000 for renovations, including $2,000 for household goods.

2016-08-24 Property Observer: Vacancy Rate

Darwin, July 2016: 3.1% (July 2015: 3.5%)

2016-08 Jemena: Northern Gas Pipeline, Draft EIS

The NGP Project will transport gas from the Northern Territory to the Eastern Gas Market… Construction is currently scheduled to commence in early 2017 with the pipeline system planned to be operational in 2018:

location NGP news bulletin

2016-08-31 Kingston Resources Ltd: first Bynoe tenements granted

The Bynoe Pegmatite Field is the largest and economically most important pegmatite field in the NT… Kingston controls one of the largest lithium tenement portfolios in the Northern Territory, with over 2,000km2 of tenure at Bynoe, Wingate and the Northern Arunta.

2016-08-17 Marindi Metals:
Marindi to acquire Rox Resources’ interest in world-class Reward zinc joint venture

Teena is a world-class deposit… one of Australia’s best base metal discoveries of recent times… Marindi also holds extensive tenure in the McArthur River Basin, both at Yalco Project to the north… and immediately adjoining the Reward Project at the Caranbirini Project.

2016-08-26 NT News: Pastoral sales ‘staggering’

In 2015 there were approximately 14 pastoral transactions made in the Northern Territory and the Kimberley in WA showing a combined sale price, real estate only without stock and plant, of around $181 million… it’s the drastic increase in sales activity in 2015, compared to the previous 5 years, that is interesting. In 2014 there was $66.8 million in total sales or an average of $35.1 million per annum over the 5 years to 2014… However, it’s nothing compared to what has taken place in 2016. In the year to date, and assuming 8 sales currently under contract actually settle, 5 of these are with the Foreign Investment Review Board, the total sales of pastoral real estate in the NT/Kimberley will have reached a staggering $417.2 million. Of this, $307 million is in the NT and $110 million is in the Kimberley. This represents 21 transactions… and an average $5,398/sqkm.

2016-08-26 ABC Rural:
Tropical Forestry Services prepares for first Indian sandalwood shipment to China

The world's largest producer of Indian sandalwood is gearing up for its first shipment of processed wood, with a ship due out of Darwin Port next month… TFS harvested around 32,000 trees from 104 hectares, which is expected to yield about 300 tonnes of heartwood, which is up tenfold on last year's harvest. TFS managing director Frank Wilson said additional supply agreements had been signed with wood buyers in China and India in the past six months, and the timber being shipped from Darwin is being sold for $US150,000 a tonne.

2016-08-30 ABC Rural: Mango industry prepares for promising season in NT

Mango Industry Association president Leo Skliros said he expected crops to increase up to 15% in the NT this year… It will be the first year that we use Northern Territory fruit into America.

2016-08-24 NT News: Manbulloo inks deal with Coles

Katherine mango growers, Manbulloo Mangoes, have signed a new long-term supply agreement which will see more than 50 million of its popular Kensington Pride sold through Coles over the life of the 8-year agreement… Manbulloo will plant an additional 20,000 new mango trees over the next 2 years at its farm in Katherine with support from the Coles Nurture Fund… As Australia’s largest producer of Kensington Pride and R2E2 mangoes, Manbulloo has two farms at Townsville, one farm near Mareeba and one in Katherine. Across Manbulloo’s properties, more than 67,000 mango trees are currently in production.

2016-08-25 Deloitte: Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook Executive Summary

Solid growth in visitor trips was recorded in all states, with especially strong growth in WA and the Northern Territory, (growth of 13% and 37%, respectively).

2016-08-29 NT News: CDU top of class

Charles Darwin University has ranked among Australia’s top universities for graduate employability and earnings… awarded 5* in both criteria, earning it a place in the top 20% of Australian institutions, according to Good Universities Guide 2017… Of CDU graduates, 82% per cent were working full time within 4 months (beaten only by Charles Sturt University and the University of Southern Queensland, which tied for the top spot on 84%).

CDU had a median graduate salary of $60,000 – better than or equal to all but the University of Western Australia, which had a $63,000 median salary. CDU also emerged as a frontrunner in a number of specific fields, boasting the top employment rate or median salary across six. Its law graduates were the best paid in Australia, with a median salary of $73,000; teaching graduates also shared top spot with Edith Cowan University, at $62,000. In terms of graduate employment rates, it was the best university for engineering graduates (96% full time in 4 months), humanities, culture and social sciences graduates (81%), psychology graduates (73%), and science and maths (79%).



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2016-08-09 Property Observer, CoreLogic: Gross rental yields

Hobart 5.2%, then Darwin at 5.1%, followed by Brisbane on 4.3%.

2016-08-15 Media Release: Preferred proponent selected for Darwin ship lift

NT Government will contribute up to $100 million towards a ship-lift facility at East Arm… Pearl Marine Engineering was selected… Marine industries were projected to support up to 4,500 full-time jobs and inject $3.5 billion into the Territory economy. “The ship lift will enhance Darwin’s position as the marine service centre for Defence, Australian Border Force, the oil and gas industry and commercial shipping”

2016-08-15 The Australian: Raw prawn on China’s $1.5bn menu for investment

Chinese state-owned food giant COFCO is understood to be in discussions to buy or co-fund the so-called Project Sea Dragon, which on completion will have 10,800ha of aquaculture ponds on the edge of King Leopold Gulf northeast of Kununurra growing $1.7bn worth of prawns annually… Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation, which is rapidly expanding its investment in Australia’s agricultural sector, is also keen to separately secure a 25% stake in the unbuilt prawn farm in return for putting up $400 million of cap¬ital. Project Sea Dragon, which intends to start production in 2018-19 with 2000ha of prawn growing ponds, will be one of the biggest aquaculture farms in the world when fully completed.

2016-08-08 The Australian:
Smorgon-backed company buys Calypso mango exclusive rights

Perfection Fresh, which already owns the rights to Kensington Pride, Pearl, Keitt and R2Ed mango varieties, acquired the rights from OneHarvest, a fresh produce supplier to supermarkets and green grocers… Ten million kilograms of Calypsos were grown last mango season in the northern regions of Australia and production is expected to increase this year.

2016-08-17 NT News: Live Cattle Trade

Cattle industry utilises more than 680,000 sq.km or roughly 45% of the NT landmass, producing 600,000 cattle per year. The pastoral industry is the Territory’s third largest GDP earner, equating to more than 80% of primary production in the NT. With an investment of $4.5 billion in the NT, the industry generates more than $750 million directly and in excess of $1 billion indirectly into the NT economy, employing more than 1,800 jobs directly.

2016-08-12 The Australian: SeaLink

Record profit was produced from revenues of $111.8m, which were up 5.4% for the business, which operates in 5 states plus the Northern Territory… In the NT, there was a 4% growth in Tiwi Island revenue given SeaLink has launched new tourism packages.

2016-08-16 NT News: CDU ‘rising star’ among world unis

International report into higher education has identified Charles Darwin University as a “rising star” among an elite group of 20 universities, with the potential to become globally influential by 2030.

2016-08-18 ABS: Darwin’s Median Age

Australia: 37.4 years. Darwin is the youngest capital: 33.3 years.

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2016-09-14 NT News: Power generation for Ichthys Offshore Facilities a go

The Inpex-led Ichthys LNG Project has reached a key milestone with both its Central Processing Facility and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading facility safely starting up their main power generators in the South Korean shipyards where they are being constructed… the focus will now be on load testing, synchronisation and commissioning of the power distribution systems for both offshore facilities.

2016-09-14 NT News: Backfill supply to keep plant open

ConocoPhillips is working to engage numerous upstream resource owners on backfill supply and access to DLNG capacity… The company itself has 2 potential backfill candidates within its own portfolio; Greater Poseidon area and the Barossa-Caldita. Both these opportunities are expected to have the potential to provide a competitive backfill project for ConocoPhillips. Barossa Caldita is located in the Bonaparte Basin, about 270km north northwest of Darwin. Greater Poseidon is located in the Browse Basin, about 965km west southwest of Darwin. ConocoPhillips operates this field on behalf of the joint venture between ConocoPhillips, Origin Energy and PetroChina. The last seven years has seen more than $200 billion invested across Northern Australia.

2016-09-15 ABC News: ACCC backs Northern Territory gas pipeline project

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims has backed the fledgling Northern Territory gas industry and its plans to build a pipeline to Queensland… Mr Sims told an industry conference of regional gas producers in Darwin that if the Northern Territory was to realise its potential in the east coast gas market it is imperative to have onshore gas development. Mr Sims said the key to make NT gas commercially viable and break the existing monopoly structure was the development of the NGP project… "It seems to me that the NT could play a significant role. The potential job creation and investment in the Northern Territory would go hand in hand with the preservation of jobs and investment which might otherwise be threatened for industrial users in the south."

2016-09-15 Falcon Oil & Gas: Technical Update, Beetaloo Basin

Drilling operations have successfully concluded on the Beetaloo W-1 well. Results encountered are very encouraging, with the well drilled to a total depth of 3,173 meters…Philip O'Quigley CEO of Falcon commented on the results: "The results of Beetaloo W-1 to date and the successful hydraulic stimulation of Amungee NW-1H represent further positive steps for the exploration phase of the program. Encountering significant net pay in the Middle Velkerri formation, 85 kilometres from our 2015 drilling programme along with significant net pay in the Lower Kyalla formation is very encouraging.”

2016-09-13 Motley Fool: Digging into Newmont Mining Corp

Newmont expects to begin production in mid-2017 at its Tanami expansion project in Australia. In 2015, the Tanami mine produced 436,000 ounces of gold, at an AISC of $724 per ounce of gold sold.

2016-09-14 NT News: Talking Resources

Major players in the resources and construction sectors have converged on Darwin to discuss the latest developments in northern Australia and South East Asia (at the) South East Asian Offshore and Onshore Conference.

2016-09-14 IT Wire: Subsea cable connecting Darwin and Port Hedland completed

Australia’s first purpose-built, subsea, fibre-optic network, servicing the oil and gas industries and North West growth corridor with telecommunications services, is now operational… North West Cable System creates a link from Darwin in the NT to Port Hedland in WA, connecting the INPEX-led Ichthys LNG Project offshore facilities and the Shell Prelude Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) facility, 200km offshore in the Browse Basin, to their onshore data centres and business headquarters... it is now providing immediate benefits to communities in the NT and WA connected to the cable. Nextgen has included additional capability in the system that allows for enhanced telecommunications resilience for the Northern Territory, and has also provisioned future connections into other locations such as the Tiwi Islands.

2016-09-12 Senate Hansard:

The North punches above its weight. Already, it contributes to around 11% of our GDP, despite being only about 6% of our population. Its GDP per capita is more than double the rest of the country… We have so much opportunity. There is no reason that places like Darwin, Townsville, Cairns or Mackay cannot become major centres… We have more plans, too, for water in particular... We are looking at water options for Darwin, which are very important.

2016-09-14 Australian Defence Magazine: Kakadu returns to Top End

2016 marks the 13th iteration of Exercise KAKADU, and this year sees warships and aircraft from Canada, France, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Singapore and the United States, working alongside Australian Navy and Air Force assets and observers from Fiji, India, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Timor Lesté, Tonga and Vietnam. “Darwin has been home to Exercise KAKADU since its inception, and as one of the largest exercises of its type in the Indo Pacific region, highlights the critical place that northern Australia plays in supporting ADF operations,” Rear Admiral Mayer said… This year marks the first occasion US warships have participated in the exercise.

2016-09-09 Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter: Exercise Pitch Black 2016

The vast training area of the Northern Territory's Delamare Air Weapon Range has attracted 10 air forces to this year's biannual Exercise Pitch Black 2016. This is the Southern Hemisphere's largest such activity and saw around 115 platforms from ten air forces pitted with and against each other. Participants were the Royal Australian Air force, French Air Contingent New Caledonia, Indonesia Air Force, Republic of Singapore Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Thai Air Force, the United State Marine Corp, United States Pacific Air Force as well as personnel from Germany, Netherlands and New Zealand.

2016-09-14 ABC Rural: Indonesia set to import 700,000 live cattle

The Australian live cattle export industry is expecting Indonesia to issue around 150,000 permits for the current third trimester... The Indonesian government has indicated it will issue permits allowing 700,000 head of cattle to be imported from Australia next year.

2016-09-12 UQ: Cattle producers

Professor McGowan said there were an estimated 15.4 million cattle in Northern Australia, earning about $3.7 billion for producers pa. 50% of output from these cattle is exported pa.

2016-09-14 NT News: Territory can ride dragon to pot of gold

The Northern Territory… had sold off 30% or more than 15 million hectares to foreign interests.

The bulk of this land - 14,554 m hectares - runs livestock. There are just 71 properties owned by foreign interests in the Territory

2016-09-14 NT News: Babcock lands Qantas contract

Babcock International Group, which expanded its footprint in the Territory with a new $11 million Operations Centre at Darwin International Airport in June, has won a key support contract with Qantas… The new Darwin Operations Centre houses two Sikorsky S-92 helicopters used for transporting up to 19 passengers out to oil and gas facilities… The facility will primarily service a multi-million dollar 5-year contract with PTTEP Australasia and other major clients including Woodside, ConocoPhillips, Eni, Inpex and CGG from bases in Northern Australia. More than 60 employees work from the Darwin facility.

2016-09-15 MICE BTN: Tourism exceeds 2020 growth targets

The Northern Territory has been a standout destination for domestic tourists in the last year, with a 36% increase in the number of visitors.

2016-09-14 NT News: Katherine enjoys a tourism bonanza

Katherine experienced a remarkable tourism boom over the first eight months of 2016, with a record 117,121 visitors… (an) estimated 38% of the centre’s visitors were overseas tourists.

2016-09-12 CDU E-News: CDU secures funding for students’ overseas study

Almost $300,000 in Australian Government grants will support 93 Charles Darwin University students to study overseas next year… Funding will support programs for midwifery students in Bali, law students in China and the Philippines, humanitarian and community studies students in Timor-Leste, and education students in Cambodia and the Philippines. The program also will assist 10 Indigenous pre-service teachers to complete their teacher placements in Timor-Leste, through the Growing Our Own program. Another 10 students will take part in the China In-Country language program, which is a collaboration with Flinders University. Multi-year programs currently underway, including programs with Engineers Without Borders in India and programs for law and environmental science students in Indonesia, also received grant funding.

2016-09-15 Economic Brief: Labour Force August 2016

Trend resident employment in the Territory increased by 0.1%... the third highest change of all jurisdictions, equal with South Australia… trend unemployment rate was 3.5% in the month, which remains the lowest of all jurisdictions. The trend participation rate was 74.3%, the highest of all jurisdictions.

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