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Wildlife hunters beware ...
The NT Centre for Disease Control has issued an alert to warn wildlife hunters of the risk of leptospirosis and brucellosis, both diseases from wild animals can be acquired while hunting, butchering or skinning animals.
Monster tides to trigger mosquito explosion ...
The Department of Health is warning Top End residents to expect another wave of salt marsh mosquitoes by the end of next week, with the highest tides of the year triggering extensive breeding across the Territory coast.
October rain signals start of melioidosis season ...
As the wet season begins, Top End residents and visitors are once again reminded to protect themselves from the potentially deadly soil-borne disease melioidosis.
Dengue mosquito - Detection in Darwin Airport ...
Two larvae of Aedes aegypti, thedengue mosquito, have been found at Darwin Airport following inspection of routine surveillance traps set by the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.
Salt marsh mosquito season to start ...
Predicted surges in salt marsh mosquito numbers is expected to start this month. Following a successful Department of Health aerial salt marsh mosquito control operation on 5 August in the Leanyer swamp system, trapping this week showed an influx of mosquitoes from areas outside the control area.
Stinger season ...
Territorians are being reminded to be cautious around sea water. Stinger season starts officially on 1 October and continues until 31 May, however box jellyfish stings have been recorded historically in every month of the year.
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