The Northern Territory news Fri 10 Oct 2014
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 2014 WEATHER 63 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Tanami Tiwi Daly Arnhem Carpentaria Gregory Barkly Simpson Lasseter Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset 6:24 am 6:43 pm 8:31 pm 7:38 am Nov 7 Oct 16 Oct 24 Oct 31 Fri Oct 10 Sat Oct 11 Sun Oct 12 Mon Oct 13 Tue Oct 14 Wed Oct 15 Thu Oct 16 Fri Oct 17 12:57am 1.4m 6:48am 7.4m 1:22pm 0.4m 7:37pm 7.8m 1:33am 1.6m 7:19am 7.3m 1:58pm 0.4m 8:16pm 7.6m 2:08am 1.9m 7:50am 7.1m 2:34pm 0.7m 8:53pm 7.3m 2:43am 2.3m 8:20am 6.7m 3:09pm 1.2m 9:31pm 6.9m 3:17am 2.7m 8:51am 6.1m 3:46pm 1.7m 10:09pm 6.4m 3:56am 3.2m 9:24am 5.5m 4:26pm 2.3m 10:54pm 5.9m 4:57am 3.6m 10:09am 4.9m 5:22pm 2.9m 11:50pm 5.5m 6:37am 3.8m 11:50am 4.4m 6:40pm 3.3m Darwin 23 34 Tindal 23 41 Jabiru 22 37 Nhulunbuy 19 31 Tce Borroloola 21 39 na Lajamanu 17 40 Tennant Creek 23 37 Alice Springs 10 33 Yulara 14 37 Location Min Max *Rain Location Min Max *Rain * rainfall 24 hours to 9am yesterday 1000 992 1024 1024 1008 1016 1016 1016 996 L 1009 L 1010 L 1022 H 1022 H 1025 H WARNINGS Latest information at www.bom.gov.au/weather Coastal & Land Weather 1300 659 214 Tropical Cyclone 1300 659 211 NORTHERN TERRITORY Mostly sunny apart from very isolated afternoon showers about the west coast and some areas of dust in the Lasseter District during the morning. Light to moderate easterly winds, ahead of a fresh and gusty southerly change extending through the Lasseter, Simpson and southern Tanami Districts during the day. Fire danger: high increasing to very high north of Lajamanu. DARWIN Mostly sunny. Light winds becoming north to northwesterly 15 to 25 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the late evening. Min 24 Max 33 Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 24 Max 33 Sunday: Sunny. Min 25 Max 33 Monday: Mostly sunny. Min 25 Max 33 DARWIN HARBOUR Winds: North to northwesterly 10 to 15 knots tending west to northwesterly in the afternoon. Seas: Below 1 metre. Swell: Below 0.5 metres. Weather: Mostly sunny morning. 20% chance of a shower in the afternoon and evening. UV FORECASTS Katherine: 13 (extreme). Tennant Creek: 13 (extreme). Alice Springs: 12 (extreme). Relative Humidity: Darwin 60% (9am) 46% (3pm) Barometer: Darwin (3pm) - 1009.0 hPa Alice Springs (3pm) - 1014.9 hPa Rainfall: 24hr rainfall to 9am 9 October 2014 0.0 mm (yesterday) Monthly total to 9am 9 October 2014 0.0 mm Average for month of October 70.6 mm 1 October to 9 October 2014 0.0 mm on 0 rain days Average from 1 October to end of OCTOBER 70.6 mm October 10, 2014 Commonwealth of Australia 2014 L L H 992 984 10161016 1000 1024 1008 1010L 1011 L 1010 L 1023 H 1026H 1012 L Auckland Bangkok Beijing Geneva Hong Kong Jakarta Johannesburg Kuala Lumpur London Los Angeles Manila Moscow New York Singapore Tel Aviv Tokyo rain 19 7 rain 29 24 fog 20 13 rain 19 13 fine 29 24 fine 33 27 haze 27 20 haze 31 26 rain 17 7 fine 28 17 fine 29 26 fine 9 -3 rain 23 17 haze 31 27 fine 29 18 clear 23 18 PROVINCIAL CENTRES Katherine: Mostly sunny. Max 40 Saturday: Sunny. Min 23 Max 39 Tennant Creek: Sunny. Max 39 Saturday: Sunny. Min 22 Max 39 Alice Springs: Sunny. Max 38 Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 14 Max 32 Jabiru: Mostly sunny. Max 39 Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 23 Max 39 Nhulunbuy: Mostly sunny. Max 32 Saturday: Sunny. Min 19 Max 32 Alyangula: Mostly sunny. Max 32 Saturday: Sunny. Min 20 Max 32 Borroloola: Mostly sunny. Max 37 Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 20 Max 37 Yulara: Morning dust then sunny. Max 34 Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 13 Max 31 Lajamanu: Sunny. Max 41 Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 17 Max 41 Maningrida: Mostly sunny. Max 32 Saturday: Partly cloudy. Min 22 Max 32 Pirlangimpi: Partly cloudy. Max 36 Saturday: Partly cloudy. Min 21 Max 36 Wadeye: Partly cloudy. Max 34 Saturday: Mostly sunny. Min 23 Max 34 Yuendumu: Sunny. Max 38 Saturday: Partly cloudy. Min 18 Max 37 DARWIN Sun protection recommended between 8:50am to 4:20pm Maximum UV Index: 13 (extreme) 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 2433 Yulara Wadeye 2236 Pirlangimpi 2032 2032 2239 2434 2240 1937 2039 1634 1638 1741 Lajamanu 1738 Yuendumu Darwin 33 Broome 36 Alice Springs 38 Cairns 31 Hobart 20 Brisbane 26 Sydney 23 Canberra 23 Adelaide 28 Perth 25 Melbourne 25 Seafood boycott threatens NZ WELLINGTON: Environmentalists are threatening to call a boycott of New Zealands billion-dollar seafood export industry unless the Government boosts efforts to save the worlds rarest dolphin, which has dwindled to a population of 50. The Mauis dolphin, the worlds smallest and scarcest sub-species, is found only in shallow waters off the North Island of New Zealand. It is listed as critically endangered and scientists from the International Whaling Commission (IWC) have called for urgent action to prevent extinction, including a ban on fishing in the dolphins habitat. While the government has taken some steps, environmentalists say it has not gone far enough due to fears of damaging the fishing industry, making a boycott the only way they can get their message across. Weve exhausted all other avenues of making progress, Barbara Maas, an endangered species specialist with conservation group NABU International, said. Weve repeatedly argued the scientific merits of the case and been ignored. So if its all about money, as has become apparent, then we need to change the economic landscape in order to make them reconsider. Ms Maas said a seafood boycott would lead to customers questioning the 100 per cent pure branding that New Zealand prides itself on. The shame of this is that it will besmirch the environmental reputation of the country and once you start that process its difficult to turn it off, she said. It would have been simpler and easier and cheaper to sort this out when the international scientific community raised the issue with New Zea land and said it needed to take action urgently. New Zealands seafood exports are worth more than NZ$1.5 billion ($1.2 billion) a year, according to official data, with China, Australia the European Union and US the largest markets. Ms Maas said more than 100 conservation groups worldwide have signed up to support the boycott. The Mauis dolphin is the worlds scarcest sub-species Picture: NZ DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION Weve repeatedly argued the scientific merits of the case and been ignored 85cm Dish RRP $599 NOW $199 Dish + Bag + Stand + Meter + Compass + Cables No subscription fees Fast setup