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Works continue to progressively restore services in Alice Springs. The Araluen, Braitling, Jindalee, Larapinta, Brewer, Eastside, CBD and rural areas are still affected. Follow @PowerWaterCorp on Twitter for updates.
Progressive restoration of power supply continues in Alice Springs. We are working with Territory Generation to investigate the cause of today's outage. Follow @PowerWaterCorp on Twitter for updates.
Following a widespread power outage that affected Alice Springs today, technicians are progressively restoring services. Follow @PowerWaterCorp on Twitter for updates.
Online reporting of streetlights is now easier and more accurate.
Since the onset of the wet season, some Territory residents have noticed discoloured water. This can be typical from November-May and is usually caused by monsoons mixing the layers of water in the Darwin River Dam.
The Department of Health cancelled the Water Boil precautionary advice for Daly River (Nauiyu) as of 1pm on Friday 8 January 2016.
Foodbank’s latest appeal aims to replenish emergency supplies of personal care items such as toothpaste and tooth brushes, soap, shampoo and conditioner.
The Department of Health has issued a Water Boil Alert for the community of Daly River (Nauiyu).
The Energy Networks Association has released a summer checklist to help you prepare early for the storm and bushfire season.
Heavy rainfall is causing significant build up in the sewer and stormwater system resulting in diluted sewage overflows in the Darwin region.
A successful collaboration between The GPT Group and Power and Water Corporation sees Darwin home to Australia’s largest rooftop solar system.
The Northern Territory lives up to its reputation as lightning capital of the world with 15 000 strikes zapping the Darwin/Katherine region overnight.
The Leanyer/Sanderson Ponds are closed following Parks and Wildlife sighting several crocodiles in the area. Access will be restricted while an eradication program is undertaken and until Parks and Wildlife notifies Power and Water that the area is safe.
By donating non-perishable food items at our Customer Service Centres you’ll help provide an essential hearty meal to those who need it most.
Power and Water crews use frozen drinks to keep their cool and avoid heat stress.