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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.
Crime Stoppers NT is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in the Territory.
Prescribed burning of the Darwin River Reservoir catchment area will occur throughout May, weather permitting.
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.
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.
Please be aware of scam emails asking recipients to pay Power and Water Corporation invoices.
The dry season provides Power and Water Corporation with the opportunity required for intensive maintenance and upgrades across its electricity network.
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.
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.
The new pipe allows the bores to pump additional water to the storage tank.
Power and Water Corporation employee Hayden Kennaway has followed in his grandfather’s footsteps to become an electrician.
With the dry season only a couple of weeks away in the Top End customers may occasionally experience discoloured water.
The corporation was named Host Employer of the Year and finalist Hayden Kennaway was runner-up Apprentice of the Year.
Power and Water is partnering with Tennis NT as part of the ongoing Power and Water Regional Development Program.
The new substation will improve reliability and security of electricity supply.