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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Parasite infecting oysters has 'come back to haunt us'oyster variety in the wake of disease outbreaks affecting the common Pacific oy
Parasite infecting oysters has 'come back to haunt us'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 hours ago
oyster variety in the wake of disease outbreaks affecting the common Pacific oyster. But stocks of the native oyster in Port Phillip Bay are being devastated by another disease, the Bonamia parasite. Aquatic health veterinarian Dr Tracey... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Operation to transplant sponges onto new pier wall underwaygot an array of colourful sponges and ascidians living all over it," Mr Mills s
Operation to transplant sponges onto new pier wall underway
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
got an array of colourful sponges and ascidians living all over it," Mr Mills said. "The sponges are an important life of Port Phillip Bay and are quite popular with a lot of the recreational divers," he said. "They're quite photogenic, and they... Read more
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The Age
Might be a good weekend to stay indoorssenior forecaster Dean Stewart said winds were strongestat Mount Buller, reachi
Might be a good weekend to stay indoors
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
senior forecaster Dean Stewart said winds were strongestat Mount Buller, reaching 115km\h.In Melbourne, Fawkner Beacon at Port Phillip Bay copped the most of it with winds reaching 85km/h. However, an SES spokeswoman said there was no significant... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Record whale sightings in waters near Melbournedolphins, eating seals Mr Donnelly said dolphins had been interacting with the
Record whale sightings in waters near Melbourne
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
dolphins, eating seals Mr Donnelly said dolphins had been interacting with the humpback whales on their journey through Port Phillip Bay. "It's mostly playful behaviour," he said. The killer whales, also known as orcas, have not been so... Read more
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Weekly Times
Rewards, despite the chilly daysbarracouta have been caught. Portland Harbour is holding small King George whit
Rewards, despite the chilly days
Weekly Times / Posted 5 days ago
barracouta have been caught. Portland Harbour is holding small King George whiting, silver trevally, pinkies and bream. Port Phillip Bay fishing has been spasmodic. Bream are being caught in the Maribyrnong and Werribee rivers. Whiting reports... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bendigo's barnstorming pioneer: Meet Basil Watsonconsiderable attention on the ground, so there was no shortage of witnesses: me
Bendigo's barnstorming pioneer: Meet Basil Watson
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
considerable attention on the ground, so there was no shortage of witnesses: men in the camp, some bathing on the shores of Port Phillip Bay, and Watson's father, James, who had driven out to pick his son up after he landed. Over the airfield,... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Making money in Melbourne’s property marketthe CBD. The tower offers panoramic views of the city, the Royal Botanic Garde
Making money in Melbourne’s property market
The Borneo Post / Posted 15 days ago
the CBD. The tower offers panoramic views of the city, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance, Albert Park and Port Phillip Bay and, being slightly less centrally located than the earlier two projects, will cater to a different target... Read more
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The Age
Sport News: NRL, Super 15, Cricket, A-League, Wallabies, Socceroosjust keeps coming. That's the problem facing London Paralympic SKUD18 gold meda
Sport News: NRL, Super 15, Cricket, A-League, Wallabies, Socceroos
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
just keeps coming. That's the problem facing London Paralympic SKUD18 gold medallists Dan Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch as they continue to hold off the challengers before Thursday's final day of the Para World Sailing Championships on Port Phillip... Read more
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The Age
Former greyhound racing investigator Bill Fanning not called to appear at special commissionand a minister in the Lang government. Swindell was found guilty but was report
Former greyhound racing investigator Bill Fanning not called to appear at special commission
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
and a minister in the Lang government. Swindell was found guilty but was reported to have escaped on an oil tanker on Port Phillip Bay and was never seen again. 1939: NSW Greyhound Breeders, Owners & Trainers Association was founded. More... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Former greyhound racing investigator Bill Fanning not called to appear at special commissionand a minister in the Lang government. Swindell was found guilty but was report
Former greyhound racing investigator Bill Fanning not called to appear at special commission
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
and a minister in the Lang government. Swindell was found guilty but was reported to have escaped on an oil tanker on Port Phillip Bay and was never seen again. 1939: NSW Greyhound Breeders, Owners & Trainers Association was founded. More... Read more
488 related stories
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The North West Star
Former greyhound racing investigator Bill Fanning not called to appear at special commissionand a minister in the Lang government. Swindell was found guilty but was report
Former greyhound racing investigator Bill Fanning not called to appear at special commission
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
and a minister in the Lang government. Swindell was found guilty but was reported to have escaped on an oil tanker on Port Phillip Bay and was never seen again. 1939: NSW Greyhound Breeders, Owners & Trainers Association was founded. More... Read more
488 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
The history of greyhound racing in NSWand a minister in the Lang government. Swindell was found guilty but was report
The history of greyhound racing in NSW
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
and a minister in the Lang government. Swindell was found guilty but was reported to have escaped on an oil tanker on Port Phillip Bay and was never seen again. 1939: NSW Greyhound Breeders, Owners & Trainers Association was founded. More... Read more
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Daily Mail
Film remakes are an extension of ancient story tellingago. Oral folklore tells how the Great Barrier Reef once formed part of the co
Film remakes are an extension of ancient story telling
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
ago. Oral folklore tells how the Great Barrier Reef once formed part of the coastline of north east Queensland, while Port Phillip Bay in Victoria was once a rich place for hunting kangaroo and opossum. Researchers have found other stories... Read more

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