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2014/11/21 06:55
2014/11/21 06:55
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Malabar beach made waves when a mysterious blue liquid was discovered running off the cliff face into the local ocean pool. Residents first saw the strange blue liquid running off the cliff face into...
2014/11/21 06:55
2014/11/21 06:55
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2014/11/20 13:04
2014/11/20 13:04
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OLYMPIC Dam will increase its output by nearly a third from the current underground operation as BHP sets in train a staged expansion plan to extract the trillion-dollar treasure. “Olympic Dam is a...
2014/11/19 20:19
2014/11/19 20:19
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A SAUSAGE casing company has been slapped with a $7000 fine for emitting a pungent smell from its Wangaratta factory. A SAUSAGE casing company has been slapped with a $7000 fine for emitting a...
2014/11/15 11:46
2014/11/15 11:46
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LIGHTING up a cigarette in a national park in NSW is set to be outlawed as the State Government moves to stamp out a key cause of bushfires. The ban will apply to picnic areas, campgrounds, beaches,...
2014/11/14 13:49
2014/11/14 13:49
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The Ben Drysdale Funk Trio playing a gig at the Courtyard. Photo: Jamila Toderas New Acton might be forced to shut down its Summer program of afternoon jazz and other music in the courtyard just...
2014/11/13 13:48
2014/11/13 13:48
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CSG projects in water catchments could get the go-ahead under the state government's plans for the industry. Photo: Robert Pearce Coal seam gas projects would be considered for Sydney's sensitive...
2014/11/13 13:15
2014/11/13 13:15
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Lake Heights resident Eddy Rolet with his damaged car. Picture: ROBERT PEET Black soot in the front yard is a regular occurrence for Lake Heights man Eddy Rolet, but the silver flakes which landed on...
2014/11/13 01:17
2014/11/13 01:17
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... news NSW releases revamped CSG policy THE NSW government's revamped coal seam gas (CSG) policy will provide certainty for the state's future gas needs while protecting its water. THAT was...
2014/11/12 01:57
2014/11/12 01:57
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THE Clarence Valley Council has copped a $1500 fine for polluting the Clarence River. The penalty, issued for causing sediment-laden stormwater to pollute the Clarence River at Palmers Island near...
2014/11/10 11:55
2014/11/10 11:55
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Dust levels rose by about 10 per cent whenever a coal train went past, the NSW Environment Protection Authority told a parliamentary hearing in Newcastle on Monday. Dust levels rose by about 10 per...
2014/11/06 22:57
2014/11/06 22:57
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A SANDY Beach banana farmer has been fined for not recording the use of pesticides. The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has issued a $750 penalty notice to the offending farmer for the...
2014/11/04 12:53
2014/11/04 12:53
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BOOROWA NEWS: Celebrations are in order at Boorowa Central School after teacher Bronwyn Lochrin (pictured with grade one and two students Dominic Grocott, Harvey Gay, Imogen Pye, Lily McKinley and...
2014/11/03 10:32
2014/11/03 10:32
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A bill amending some provisions of the overarching regulatory regime on biosafety in Ethiopia, the Biosafety Proclamation No. 655/2009, was tabled to Parliament last week. Previously Ethiopia...
2014/11/02 13:15
2014/11/02 13:15
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The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) said two weeks of monitoring show emissions from BlueScope's sinter plant are at the same levels or below those recorded prior to the fire that destroyed...
2014/11/01 08:42
2014/11/01 08:42
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KIAMA Council's long-term vision for a second petrol station in the town is a step closer, with consultants engaged to confirm a service station would be "workable and feasible" on the site at...
2014/10/31 05:29
2014/10/31 05:29
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MORE properties near an old asbestos factory will be tested for the fibre despite other homes in the area being cleared. THE Environment Protection Authority found no detectable levels of asbestos in...
2014/10/31 04:36
2014/10/31 04:36
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A GLEN Innes farmer has been fined $400 for using restricted wild dog baits without warning his neighbours or keeping records of how they were used. Armidale region Environment Protection Authority...
2014/10/30 06:46
2014/10/30 06:46
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Simon Corbell. New powers to help crack down on potential polluters in the ACT have been passed in the Legislative Assembly. The changes to ACT environmental protection law will allow a polluter to...
2014/10/28 22:28
2014/10/28 22:28
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Experts analyse environmental impacts of law changesWednesday, 29 October 2014, 10:26 amPress Release: University of Waikato 29 October, 2014Experts analyse environmental impacts of law changesIt’s a...
2014/10/27 20:19
2014/10/27 20:19
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HOUSING developers will be able to build closer to Wodonga’s former tip as a result of a decision taken by the city’s council last week. The council has reduced the landfill buffer zone from 500...
2014/11/21 06:55
2014/11/21 06:55
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