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Nature Report NSW

February 27, 2019

by Keith Muir With the State Election fast approaching the Berejiklian government’s handling of its responsibilities towards nature is under review. The first point to note [...]

Global Warming, Tipping Point

September 30, 2018

by Bonnie Cassen How long to wait? How far to go? Is anyone out there serious about taking real climate action? Inaction appears to be the new action with not a lot happening [...]

30 years of community spirit

August 8, 2018

In December 2018, the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of its opening in December 1988. During December and all through January, the museum will [...]

Hidden Deserts

March 27, 2018

by Bill Barker When we stand on a headland and gaze out over the ocean, many of us have little idea of what the underwater scene actually looks like. Few would know that half [...]

Protecting Our Ocean

March 6, 2018

Many factors are threatening our oceans and reefs, including inappropriate coastal development, over-fishing, fertiliser run-off, ocean warming, plastic pollution, debris and [...]

Science and seaweed combating carbon

December 11, 2017

By Bonnie Cassen Pia Windberg is a powerhouse – dedicated, inspired and most importantly inspiring. A very qualified marine scientist, firing away in the food and [...]

What’s Wrong with Yerriyong?

December 4, 2017

Doug Gallagher is a local Parma resident and member of the Parma Yerriyong Community Association. He has been a motor cycle rider for many years.  Understandably then, he [...]
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