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Discoloured water can occur throughout the year and is usually caused by variations in weather conditions mixing the layers of water in the reservoir at Darwin River Dam.
Power and Water Corporation is proud to be partnering with the 2016 Darwin Festival by sponsoring its volunteers and keeping festival attendees hydrated as celebrations kick off for the 18-day program.
The Manymak Energy Efficiency Project was announced as the winning entrant in the Community Engagement category at the 2016 Australian Clean Energy Council Awards held in Sydney last night.
Customers and the wider community are invited to visit Power and Water Corporation’s display stall at the 2016 Darwin Show.
The Manymak Energy Efficiency Project was announced as the winning entrant in the Caring for Country category at the 2016 NAIDOC Annual Awards.
Power and Water Corporation Property Coordinator June Forster says NAIDOC Week is a time for family.
Lauren is an Executive Assistant for Shared Services, a role which involves calendar management for multiple managers, organising events, arranging travel and working with other business units across the corporation.
Customers and the wider community are invited to visit the Power and Water site at the Alice Springs Show.
The Manymak Energy Efficiency Project came to a close on Wednesday 22 June with a community event in the remote community of Gapuwiyak.
Power and Water Corporation is revamping its smartphone app with a fresh new feel and new technology that will be built on in future enhances.
Power and Water’s commitment to help increase tennis participation rates within the remote regions of the Northern Territory has seen tennis become a huge hit in Groote Eylandt.
Power and Water has committed to a three-year sponsorship to the Starfish Swim program as part of a long-term community partnership in conjunction with Variety NT and YMCA.
Roll up your sleeves this week and donate blood for National Blood Donor Week 2016.
Power and Water staff member Chris Horton was nominated for his work delivering the Robinson River water treatment plant.
Power and Water staff across the regions have been cooking up a storm for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea to raise money for the Cancer Council.