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Herald Sun
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factoryA suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being invest
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory
Herald Sun / Posted 22 hours ago
A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being investigated. A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being investigated. Firefighters were called to the... Read more
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Weekly Times
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factoryA suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being invest
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory
Weekly Times / Posted 22 hours ago
A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being investigated. A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being investigated. Firefighters were called to the... Read more
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News.com.au
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being in
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory
News.com.au / Posted 22 hours ago
A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being investigated. Firefighters were called to the Tottenham plant in the early hours of... Read more
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Perth Now
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being inve
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory
Perth Now / Posted 22 hours ago
A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being investigated. Firefighters were called to the Tottenham plant in the early hours of Saturday and worked through the night to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being inve
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory
Adelaide Now / Posted 22 hours ago
A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being investigated. Firefighters were called to the Tottenham plant in the early hours of Saturday and worked through the night to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being inve
Suspicious tyre fire at Melbourne factory
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
A suspicious tyre fire at a rubber recycling plant in Melbourne is being investigated. Firefighters were called to the Tottenham plant in the early hours of Saturday and worked through the night to... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Agenda of the next president: CorruptionStarting Feb. 9, 2016, the Inquirer is coming out with a 10-part series on pres
Agenda of the next president: Corruption
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
Starting Feb. 9, 2016, the Inquirer is coming out with a 10-part series on pressing national concerns that should be high on the agenda of the five contenders in the May 9 presidential election. The series should help Filipinos choose wisely the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Victorian climate laws face massive overhaul including new emissions targetsVictoria's climate change regime faces a major overhaul, with an independent re
Victorian climate laws face massive overhaul including new emissions targets
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Victoria's climate change regime faces a major overhaul, with an independent review recommending the state establish new targets to cut emissions, put in place a legally binding charter and give the environmental watchdog powers to limit greenhouse... Read more
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The Age
Victorian climate laws face massive overhaul including new emissions targetsVictoria's climate change laws are facing a radical redraw if the recommendatio
Victorian climate laws face massive overhaul including new emissions targets
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Victoria's climate change laws are facing a radical redraw if the recommendations of an independent review are adopted. Photo: Jessica Shapiro Victoria's climate change laws face a major overhaul, with an independent review recommending the state... Read more
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The Courier
Victorian climate laws face massive overhaul including new emissions targetsVictoria's climate change regime faces a major overhaul, with an independent re
Victorian climate laws face massive overhaul including new emissions targets
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
Victoria's climate change regime faces a major overhaul, with an independent review recommending the state establish new targets to cut emissions, put in place a legally binding charter and give the environmental watchdog powers to limit greenhouse... Read more
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News.com.au
Jail sentence for SA man over dumping A man who illegally dumped tonnes of construction waste on public land in Ade
Jail sentence for SA man over dumping
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
A man who illegally dumped tonnes of construction waste on public land in Adelaide has become the first in South Australia to be given a jail sentence for such an offence. Gabriel Ivanyi, 40, pleaded guilty to... Read more
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Perth Now
Jail sentence for SA man over dumping A man who illegally dumped tonnes of construction waste on public land in Ade
Jail sentence for SA man over dumping
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
A man who illegally dumped tonnes of construction waste on public land in Adelaide has become the first in South Australia to be given a jail sentence for such an offence. Gabriel Ivanyi, 40, pleaded guilty to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Jail sentence for SA man over dumping A man who illegally dumped tonnes of construction waste on public land in Ade
Jail sentence for SA man over dumping
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
A man who illegally dumped tonnes of construction waste on public land in Adelaide has become the first in South Australia to be given a jail sentence for such an offence. Gabriel Ivanyi, 40, pleaded guilty to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Jail sentence for SA man over dumping A man who illegally dumped tonnes of construction waste on public land in Ade
Jail sentence for SA man over dumping
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A man who illegally dumped tonnes of construction waste on public land in Adelaide has become the first in South Australia to be given a jail sentence for such an offence. Gabriel Ivanyi, 40, pleaded guilty to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Adelaide man handed suspended sentence for illegally dumping wasteAdelaide man who illegally dumped construction waste handed suspended sentence
Adelaide man handed suspended sentence for illegally dumping waste
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Adelaide man who illegally dumped construction waste handed suspended sentence Photo: Gabriel Ivanyi is the first person in South Australia to be given a suspended sentence for illegally dumping waste. (ABC News: James Hancock) An Adelaide man has... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mystery of ‘air-raid siren’ sound solvedResident turns detective to find where sound is coming from | DailyTelegraph S
Mystery of ‘air-raid siren’ sound solved
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Resident turns detective to find where sound is coming from | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Locals said it sounded like an old air raid siren. RESIDENTS in... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Dangerous-chemicals scare during suspicious fireFIRE crews will return to Taminda this morning as the clean-up continues after
Dangerous-chemicals scare during suspicious fire
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
FIRE crews will return to Taminda this morning as the clean-up continues after yesterday’s suspicious blaze which erupted at the back of a chemical warehouse. DELICATE OPERATION: Authorities spent all day at the scene of the blaze yesterday to... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Sri Lanka News | ObserveOnline.lkby Rukshana RizwieWater supply to Akuressa, Malimbada, Matara, Mirissa, Dondra,
Sri Lanka News | ObserveOnline.lk
Sunday Observer / Posted 6 days ago
by Rukshana RizwieWater supply to Akuressa, Malimbada, Matara, Mirissa, Dondra, Gandara, Kottagoda and Dickwella have been suspended temporarily after 15,000 litres of diesel leaked to the river from an underground tank of a fuel station. �Residents... Read more
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Canberra Times
Royalla resident warns Williamsdale on glare, as farm goes DutchThe Royalla solar farm as seen from Jennifer Howlett's property, across the Mon
Royalla resident warns Williamsdale on glare, as farm goes Dutch
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
The Royalla solar farm as seen from Jennifer Howlett's property, across the Monaro Highway, in March 2014. Photo: Karleen Minney A Royalla resident whose new home is hit by glare for hours each night has warned those in Williamsdale not to expect... Read more
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News.com.au
Minister slams Palmo Council over $4mil ‘oversight’Palmerston Council has been criticised by Government and Community Services Min
Minister slams Palmo Council over $4mil ‘oversight’
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
Palmerston Council has been criticised by Government and Community Services Minister Bess Price for not accounting for the $4 million rehabilitation of a former landfill site into its budget. Picture: Supplied PALMERSTON Council has been criticised... Read more
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The Age
Victorian Environment Minister hits out at EPA over Hazelwood charges delayThe fire at the Hazelwood open-cut mine in 2014. Photo: Angela Wylie Victorian
Victorian Environment Minister hits out at EPA over Hazelwood charges delay
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
The fire at the Hazelwood open-cut mine in 2014. Photo: Angela Wylie Victorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville has criticised the state's pollution watchdog saying she is disappointed it is still weeks away from making a decision on whether to... Read more
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Manning River Times
AIR ALERT: Pollution link to cancerNEWCASTLE: World Health Organisation’s specialist cancer agency rules outdoor a
AIR ALERT: Pollution link to cancer
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
NEWCASTLE: World Health Organisation’s specialist cancer agency rules outdoor air pollution is carcinogenic to humans. Hunter communities are demanding the state government strengthen air pollution controls after the World Health Organisation’s... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in PilligaThe company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG bel
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in Pilliga
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
The company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG belong to Santos. "It was jubilation. We're extremely empowered and excited that there's been another victory by the NSW community against coal seam gas." No surprise,... Read more
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The Young Witness
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in PilligaThe company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG bel
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in Pilliga
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
The company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG belong to Santos. "It was jubilation. We're extremely empowered and excited that there's been another victory by the NSW community against coal seam gas." No surprise,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in PilligaNext stop: Anti-CSG protesters at a Santos CSG well in the Pilliga. Photo: Dean
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in Pilliga
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Next stop: Anti-CSG protesters at a Santos CSG well in the Pilliga. Photo: Dean Sewell "It was jubilation. We're extremely empowered and excited that there's been another victory by the NSW community against coal seam gas." No surprise, perhaps,... Read more
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Western Advocate
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in PilligaThe company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG bel
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in Pilliga
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
The company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG belong to Santos. "It was jubilation. We're extremely empowered and excited that there's been another victory by the NSW community against coal seam gas." No surprise,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in PilligaThe company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG bel
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in Pilliga
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
The company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG belong to Santos. "It was jubilation. We're extremely empowered and excited that there's been another victory by the NSW community against coal seam gas." No surprise,... Read more
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The Border Mail
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in PilligaThe company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG bel
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in Pilliga
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
The company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG belong to Santos. "It was jubilation. We're extremely empowered and excited that there's been another victory by the NSW community against coal seam gas." No surprise,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in PilligaThe company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG bel
AGL's belated exit from coal seam gas leaves Santos exposed in Pilliga
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
The company executives with most to worry about after AGL's ditching of CSG belong to Santos. "It was jubilation. We're extremely empowered and excited that there's been another victory by the NSW community against coal seam gas." No surprise,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Victorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville hits out at EPA over Hazelwood charges delayVictorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville has hit out at the state's pollutio
Victorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville hits out at EPA over Hazelwood charges delay
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Victorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville has hit out at the state's pollution watchdog saying she is disappointed it is still weeks away from making a decision about whether to press charges against the owners of Hazelwood over the 2014 brown coal... Read more
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The Courier
Victorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville hits out at EPA over Hazelwood charges delayVictorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville has hit out at the state's pollutio
Victorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville hits out at EPA over Hazelwood charges delay
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
Victorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville has hit out at the state's pollution watchdog saying she is disappointed it is still weeks away from making a decision about whether to press charges against the owners of Hazelwood over the 2014 brown coal... Read more
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WA Today
Victorian Environment Minister hits out at EPA over Hazelwood charges delayThe fire at the Hazelwood open-cut mine in 2014. Photo: Angela Wylie Victorian
Victorian Environment Minister hits out at EPA over Hazelwood charges delay
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
The fire at the Hazelwood open-cut mine in 2014. Photo: Angela Wylie Victorian Environment Minister Lisa Neville has criticised the state's pollution watchdog saying she is disappointed it is still weeks away from making a decision on whether to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Text message alerts may minimise herbicide spray driftText message alert system may minimise costly spray drift damage to cotton crop
Text message alerts may minimise herbicide spray drift
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Text message alert system may minimise costly spray drift damage to cotton crops Photo: A spray drift-affected cotton plant. Phenoxy herbicide promotes rapid growth before killing the plant. (Supplied: Cotton Australia) A text message warning... Read more
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Herald Sun
Stinking tip is finally binnedA factory roof at Fairbank Rd Clayton, hosts a large gathering of seagulls attr
Stinking tip is finally binned
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
A factory roof at Fairbank Rd Clayton, hosts a large gathering of seagulls attracted by the landfill. Picture: Jason Sammon THE LAST garbage truck has spilt its load at the Clayton South regional landfill and the controversial site is now... Read more
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The Border Mail
Hazelwood coal mine operator facing workplace safety charges for 2014 fireVictoria's workplace safety watchdog has laid charges against the Hazelwood Pow
Hazelwood coal mine operator facing workplace safety charges for 2014 fire
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Victoria's workplace safety watchdog has laid charges against the Hazelwood Power Corporation for the 2014 coal mine fire which shrouded the town of Morwell in ash and smoke and sparked a massive firefighting effort. Victoria's workplace safety... Read more
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The Courier
Hazelwood coal mine operator facing workplace safety charges for 2014 fireVictoria's workplace safety watchdog has laid charges against the Hazelwood Pow
Hazelwood coal mine operator facing workplace safety charges for 2014 fire
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
Victoria's workplace safety watchdog has laid charges against the Hazelwood Power Corporation for the 2014 coal mine fire which shrouded the town of Morwell in ash and smoke and sparked a massive firefighting effort. Victoria's workplace safety... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Liverpool councillor booted from meeting amid asbestos rowLiverpool councillor expelled from meeting amid asbestos row Photo: Asbestos h
Liverpool councillor booted from meeting amid asbestos row
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Liverpool councillor expelled from meeting amid asbestos row Photo: Asbestos has been found in material at a range of sites in the Liverpool City Council area. (ABC News: Ross Byrne) A councillor who attempted to bring a no-confidence motion... Read more
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The Border Mail
Hazelwood coal mine operator to face workplace safety charges for 2014 fireVictoria's workplace safety watchdog is set to lay charges against the Hazelwoo
Hazelwood coal mine operator to face workplace safety charges for 2014 fire
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Victoria's workplace safety watchdog is set to lay charges against the Hazelwood Power Corporation for the 2014 coal mine fire which shrouded the town of Morwell in ash and smoke and sparked a massive firefighting effort. Victoria's workplace safety... Read more
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The Courier
Hazelwood coal mine operator to face workplace safety charges for 2014 fireVictoria's workplace safety watchdog is set to lay charges against the Hazelwoo
Hazelwood coal mine operator to face workplace safety charges for 2014 fire
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
Victoria's workplace safety watchdog is set to lay charges against the Hazelwood Power Corporation for the 2014 coal mine fire which shrouded the town of Morwell in ash and smoke and sparked a massive firefighting effort. Victoria's workplace safety... Read more
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The Age
Hazelwood to face workplace safety charges for 2014 mine fireThe open cut mine fire at Hazelwood plant near Morwell. Photo: Keith Pakenham
Hazelwood to face workplace safety charges for 2014 mine fire
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
The open cut mine fire at Hazelwood plant near Morwell. Photo: Keith Pakenham Victoria's workplace safety watchdog is set to lay charges against the Hazelwood Power Corporation for the 2014 coal mine fire which shrouded the town of Morwell in ash... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Greens question Adelaide air pollution monitoringAdelaide air pollution monitoring questioned by Greens The Greens are question
Greens question Adelaide air pollution monitoring
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
Adelaide air pollution monitoring questioned by Greens The Greens are questioning how rigorously Adelaide's air quality is being tested and whether standards are stringent enough. Key points: The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) said... Read more
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Northern Star
Alliance call on enviro minister to intervene on loggingTHE North East Forest Alliance is calling on the State Environment Minister to
Alliance call on enviro minister to intervene on logging
Northern Star / Posted 11 days ago
THE North East Forest Alliance is calling on the State Environment Minister to intervene to stop the Environment Protection Authority changing the logging rules on public land to open up over 15,000 hectares of protected stream buffers and exclusion... Read more
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News.com.au
Trainer pleads guilty to dumping horse carcassesRacehorse trainer Trevor Day has pleaded guilty to dumping horse carcasses. Pho
Trainer pleads guilty to dumping horse carcasses
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
Racehorse trainer Trevor Day has pleaded guilty to dumping horse carcasses. Photo: Tom Huntley A HORSE trainer has pleaded guilty to illegal dumping of horse carcasses at Mount Magnificent Conservation Park on Tuesday after being charged by the... Read more
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Canberra Times
How the ACT government gets your metadataThe metadata received by the ACT government "was used to inform investigations
How the ACT government gets your metadata
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
The metadata received by the ACT government "was used to inform investigations into active non-compliance with territory-based tax laws". Photo: iStock The ACT government has defended its right to seek access to Canberrans' private phone and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Future of coal is not looking goodTHE festive season and the Tamworth Country Music Festival have passed and our
Future of coal is not looking good
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
THE festive season and the Tamworth Country Music Festival have passed and our thoughts now turn to more pressing needs. THE festive season and the Tamworth Country Music Festival have passed and our thoughts now turn to more pressing needs. Many... Read more
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The Border Mail
Clean-up on track: EPA bossContractor safety paramount in Beechworth supermarket clean-up INSPECTION: EPA
Clean-up on track: EPA boss
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Contractor safety paramount in Beechworth supermarket clean-up INSPECTION: EPA chief executive officer Nial Finegan visited the fire-damaged Beechworth supermarket site on Friday. Picture: ELENOR TEDENBORG ENVIRONMENT Protection Authority boss Nial... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Pinery fire confusion cleared upSteve Emery inspects the damage at his property at Hamley Bridge after last yea
Pinery fire confusion cleared up
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
Steve Emery inspects the damage at his property at Hamley Bridge after last year’s devastating Pinery fires. Photo by Kelly Barnes/The Australian. VICTIMS of the destructive Pinery grassfire are free to bury building rubble on farm land after the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Disappointment at Williamsdale solar study exemptionThe home on the proposed site of the Williamsdale solar farm has now been spare
Disappointment at Williamsdale solar study exemption
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
The home on the proposed site of the Williamsdale solar farm has now been spared from demolition. Photo: Graham Tidy Williamsdale residents have been left disappointed by an environmental exemption for the area's proposed solar farm, saying... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Damage bill in flood-hit Geelong 'in millions'Geelong weather: Flood damage bill 'in millions' but wild weather skips Melbour
Damage bill in flood-hit Geelong 'in millions'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
Geelong weather: Flood damage bill 'in millions' but wild weather skips Melbourne Severe thunderstorms that hit Geelong yesterday have caused millions of dollars in damage, the city's Mayor says. Key points: More than 150 homes were flooded when... Read more
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The Age
EPA says mudflats, mouldy seaweed caused Melbourne's big stinkPeople in Melbourne's west and beyond had to put up with a mystery stink for a
EPA says mudflats, mouldy seaweed caused Melbourne's big stink
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
People in Melbourne's west and beyond had to put up with a mystery stink for a few days this month. Photo: Andrew De La Rue ADL The source of the mysterious pong that stunk out Melbourne's west earlier this month may have been found. It was... Read more
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