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A unique collaborative workshop this week will look at how Darwin and Palmerston can become water-sensitive cities.
Power and Water warns customers that a scam operation is underway.
Power and Water is supporting the Australian Red Cross Blood Service with its RED25 movement.
Water leaks on your property can sometimes be difficult to find. Here are three steps to help you identify if you have a leak, and what to do if you have one.
Three new Indigenous apprentices are excited about working at Power and Water.
Power and Water Corporation is now on Facebook.
Do you know who to ask when you have questions about your electricity bill? Your electricity retailer is your first point of contact when you want to discuss your electricity account, your bill and payment arrangements.
Power has been restored to all affected customers in Alice Springs following a widespread outage today. We would like to thank our customers for their patience. View Territory Generation's statement. Follow @PowerWaterCorp on Twitter for updates.
Power supply has been restored to the CBD and Braitling areas. We continue to work with Territory Generation to restore supply. The Araluen, Jindalee, Larapinta, Brewer, Eastside and rural areas are still affected. Follow @PowerWaterCorp on Twitter for updates.
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.