The Northern Territory news Sat 29 Jul 2017
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SATURDAY JULY 29 2017 WEATHER 71 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Tanami Tiwi Daly Arnhem Carpentaria Gregory Barkly Simpson Lasseter Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset 7:07 am 6:39 pm 11:31 am Aug 8 Aug 15 Aug 22 Jul 31 Sat Jul 29 Sun Jul 30 Mon Jul 31 Tue Aug 1 Wed Aug 2 Thu Aug 3 Fri Aug 4 Sat Aug 5 3:53am 1.9m 10:02am 6.7m 4:33pm 2.0m 10:21pm 5.9m 4:27am 2.5m 10:30am 6.2m 5:17pm 2.3m 11:10pm 5.5m 5:06am 3.0m 11:02am 5.7m 6:07pm 2.5m 12:09am 5.2m 6:02am 3.5m 11:46am 5.2m 7:06pm 2.7m 1:29am 5.0m 7:22am 3.8m 12:59pm 4.9m 8:17pm 2.7m 3:16am 5.2m 9:07am 3.8m 2:43pm 4.8m 9:32pm 2.5m 4:28am 5.6m 10:43am 3.5m 3:54pm 5.0m 10:32pm 2.2m 5:15am 6.0m 11:28am 3.2m 4:39pm 5.4m 11:17pm 1.9m Darwin 21 33 Tindal 15 32 Jabiru 21 33 Nhulunbuy 19 29 Borroloola 13 32 Lajamanu 11 30 Tennant Creek 14 28 Alice Springs 4 27 Yulara 4 28 Location Min Max *Rain Location Min Max *Rain * rainfall 24 hours to 9am yesterday 1000 992 1024 1024 1008 1016 1016 1015 1020 1026 1024 WARNINGS Latest information at www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings Coastal & Land Weather 1300 659 214 Tropical Cyclone 1300 659 211 NORTHERN TERRITORY A slight chance of showers about the far northeast coast, sunny elsewhere with cloud developing over the Lasseter District late in the day. Early morning fog patches across the southeast Arnhem and Carpentaria Districts. Warm in the south. Light to moderate east to southeast winds, tending moderate to fresh and gusty northwesterly south of Tennant Creek. Fire danger: very high over the northwest Top End, high elsewhere over western Top End and in the Tanami and southern Simpson Districts. DARWIN and OUTER DARWIN Sunny. Light winds becoming easterly 15 to 25 km/h in the morning then turning north to northeasterly 20 to 30 km/h early afternoon. Min 21 Max 33 Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 21 Max 32 Monday: Sunny. Min 21 Max 32 Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Min 21 Max 32 DARWIN HARBOUR Winds: East to southeasterly 10 to 15 knots early in the morning then turning north to northeasterly 15 to 20 knots in the early afternoon. Seas: Below 1 metre, increasing to 1 to 1.5 metres by early evening. Swell: Below 0.5 metres. Weather: Sunny. UV FORECASTS Katherine: 9 (very high). Tennant Creek: 7 (high). Alice Springs: 7 (high). Rainfall: 24hr rainfall to 9am 28 July 2017: Nil mm Monthly total to 9am 28 July 2017: 0.0 mm Average for month of July: 1.2 mm 1 October to 26 July: 2484.4mm on 128 rain days Average from 1 October to end of July: 1711.6 mm July 29, 2017 Commonwealth of Australia 2017 1000 992 984 976 1024 1008 1016 1016 1016 1018 1015 1025 10 Auckland Bangkok Beijing Geneva Hong Kong Jakarta Johannesburg Kuala Lumpur London Los Angeles Manila Moscow New York Singapore Tel Aviv Tokyo rain 12 10 mist 32 26 haze 29 23 windy 26 16 fine 32 28 fine 32 26 fine 17 5 lightning 33 27 rain 21 14 fine 28 19 rain 29 25 fine 28 18 shower 26 18 haze 31 27 fine 33 25 fine 26 22 PROVINCIAL CENTRES Katherine: Sunny. Max 33 Sunday: Early fog then sunny. Min 15 Max 33 Tennant Creek: Sunny. Max 29 Sunday: Sunny. Min 14 Max 30 Alice Springs: Sunny. Max 30 Sunday: Sunny. Min 11 Max 28 Jabiru: Sunny. Max 34 Sunday: Sunny. Min 21 Max 34 Nhulunbuy: Partly cloudy. Max 30 Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 21 Max 30 Alyangula: Partly cloudy. Max 30 Sunday: Early fog. Min 18 Max 29 Borroloola: Sunny. Max 33 Sunday: Early fog then sunny. Min 13 Max 32 Yulara: Sunny. Max 31 Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 10 Max 23 Lajamanu: Sunny. Max 31 Sunday: Sunny. Min 11 Max 32 Maningrida: Mostly sunny. Max 32 Sunday: Sunny. Min 19 Max 32 Pirlangimpi: Mostly sunny. Max 34 Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 20 Max 33 Wadeye: Sunny. Max 33 Sunday: Early fog then sunny. Min 17 Max 33 Yuendumu: Sunny. Max 29 Sunday: Sunny. Min 11 Max 30 DARWIN Sun protection recommended between 9:50am to 4:20pm Maximum UV Index: 10 (very high) Sunny Mostly sunny Partly cloudy Cloudy Chance shower Shower or two Showers Drizzle, light rain Rain Shower storm Storms Windy Fog Frost Katherine DARWIN Jabiru Nhulunbuy Borroloola Alyangula Tennant Creek Alice Springs 2133 Yulara Wadeye 2034 Pirlangimpi 2130 1830 1934 1833 1533 1433 1429 531 730 931 Lajamanu 729 Yuendumu Darwin 33 Broome 30 Alice Springs 30 Cairns 27 Hobart 15 Brisbane 24 Sydney 21 Canberra 16 Adelaide 21 Perth 17 Melbourne 18 Tassie fisho digging in heels on salmon issue THE thought of 800,000 salmon in pens at a picturesque bay on Tasmanias east coast doesnt sit well with scale fisherman Chris Massie. Tassals proposed Okehampton Bay farm moved one step closer earlier this week after a move to rezone the area from environment to light industrial was passed by council. More than a thousand people protested against the farm in Hobart in June. The latest is Mr Massie, who has taken up a two week vigil on his boat in the middle of the bay. Theres not many places like this in the world where theyre untouched and unspoiled, the 30-year commercial fisherman said. I welcome Mark Ryan (Tassal CEO) out here for a chat and if we agree on one thing, we will agree the this is a beautiful area. And if he doesnt agree with us, then theres no hope for us. Mr Massie was sup ported on Thursday by small mesh fisher Craig Garland who said his industry wasnt consulted by the Liberal Hodgman government. Theyre ticking-off salmon farms at the expense of our wild fisheries, Mr Garland said. Okehampton Bay will be lost to us for fishing forever. Conservation group Environment Tasmania raised concerns earlier this week the area is used for calving by endangered southern right whales. But Tassals senior manager corporate engagement, Barbara McGregor said the company was confident the farm would be a sustainable success. The Okehampton Bay development is set to be a worldclass venture, she said. She added the company would help rejuvenate depleted wild fish stocks and its 28 pens, which could carry a maxium 800,000 fish, would be seal-proof. Tasmanian fisherman Chris Massieis is spending a fortnight on his boat in Okehampton Bay, Tasmania in protest of a proposed salmon farm which has split public opinion Picture: AAP IMAGES NORTHERN TERRITORY TODAY TERRITORY TODAY NOON YESTERDAY SEVEN-DAY TIDES Full Last 1/4 New First 1/4 AUSTRALIA TODAY O()ect WORLD YESTERDAY TERRITORY YESTERDAY w w w . b o m . o v . a u COASTAL AND LAND WEATHER WARNINGS: 1300 659 214 TROPICAL CYCLONE INFORMATION: 1300 659 211