Might Start to get Dry… Again

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The BoM says chances of an El Nino developing later in the year remain with its latest update saying there’s around a 50 per cent chance of an El Nino evolving in 2017, about twice the normal likelihood. Sea surface temperatures in the tropical eastern Pacific Ocean have warmed in recent months, … [Read more...]

Wild Dog Fencing Support a Must

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Queensland sheep and wool producers are calling for continued government investment in wild dog exclusion fencing to help revitalize the industry, create jobs and boost regional economies. AgForce Sheep and Wool President Alan Rae says the job was not yet done. Mr Rae says he applauds the … [Read more...]

Go the Bilby – Not the Bunny

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Now it has been said that our State Member for Warrego Ann Leahy knows of the finer things in life and good taste, so when it comes to chocolate we should pay attention. She’s urging us all, this Easter, to step it up a notch and by pass the bunny to instead go the Bilby. “If you are buying … [Read more...]

Don’t forget the West

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As Rockhampton and near areas have their moment with the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie the call is ringing out to Queensland - Don’t forget the still drought affected west. The huge amounts of rain seen along the coast and near inland has for the main, bypassed the west and as headlines focus on … [Read more...]

Don’t forget the West

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As Rockhampton and near areas have their moment with the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie the call is ringing out to Queensland - Don’t forget the still drought affected west. The huge amounts of rain seen along the coast and near inland has for the main, bypassed the west and as headlines focus on … [Read more...]

Koala Research Grants up For Grabs

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Applications are now open for State grants of up to $100,000 for research projects that will improve outcomes for Queensland’s koala population. $600,000 in funding is available under round one of the koala research grants, as part of the Community Sustainability Action grants … [Read more...]

Dumb and Dumber

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While local Council’s across regional and remote Queensland embrace, and encourage renewable and green energy production it seems they are leaps and bounds ahead of their city counterparts. One a local South East Queensland Council has knocked back a green energy project capable of producing … [Read more...]