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Going paperless with BPAY View    27 May 2016

Go paperless by receiving, viewing and paying your Power and Water bills online with BPAY View.

From the freshwater systems of Jabiru to managing remote water quality and assets across the Territory    26 May 2016

Nadine Riethmuller grew up in South East Queensland and pursued further study in Marine Biology in Townsville.

Talking about safety with Borroloola youth    25 May 2016

Last week, Power and Water's Remote Operations’ Health Safety and Environment Manager, Todd Sinclair, facilitated a safety workshop with 15 young boys from Borroloola.

Customer Service Centre team sizzles for StarBQ    24 May 2016

Power and Water Corporation staff cooked up a storm on Friday 20 May to raise funds for children of the Starlight Foundation.

Discoloured water    23 May 2016

Discoloured water can occur during November to May and is usually caused by the weather mixing the layers of water in our reservoir at Darwin River Dam.

Power and Water is proud to be partnering with Crime Stoppers NT    19 May 2016

Crime Stoppers NT is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in the Territory.

Controlled burning at Darwin River Reservoir catchment area    17 May 2016

Prescribed burning of the Darwin River Reservoir catchment area will occur throughout May, weather permitting.

Our staff in the community    16 May 2016

Staff member Tom Attwood won Best Community Participant at this year's Power and Water Corporation Annual Awards for his work with Northern Territory Emergency Services.

Local partnership prevents problem weeds    11 May 2016

Power and Water Corporation’s Northern Territory SETuP team has tapped into local knowledge by forming a partnership with Indigenous rangers in the community of Ramingining.

2016 intensive works program sparked by start of Top End dry season    09 May 2016

The dry season provides Power and Water Corporation with the opportunity required for intensive maintenance and upgrades across its electricity network.

Beware of email scams    09 May 2016

Please be aware of scam emails asking recipients to pay Power and Water Corporation invoices.

Seasonal fruit bats causing power disruptions    06 May 2016

Power and Water crews have attended a number of recent power interruptions affecting the Katherine region due to fruit bats caught in powerlines and high voltage power distribution equipment.

From school teacher to sparkie    05 May 2016

The South African-born Power and Water employee took a teaching job after moving to Australia, but wanted to pick up the tools only years later.

Locals contribute to a more reliable water supply on Wurrumiyanga    28 April 2016

The new pipe allows the bores to pump additional water to the storage tank.

Hayden achieves post apprenticeship    26 April 2016

Power and Water Corporation employee Hayden Kennaway has followed in his grandfather’s footsteps to become an electrician.

 

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