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2014/08/22 01:18
2014/08/22 01:18
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Rena debris on Astrolabe Reef. Photo / File The majority of submitters to the Rena resource consent application want the ship gone, but a number of consent supporters say it is far better to turn the...
2014/08/22 01:18
2014/08/22 01:18
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2014/08/21 23:34
2014/08/21 23:34
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WELL it was certainly nice to see the rain. Brief as it was, but it has stirred things up a bit, with a few of the coastal streams and drains running some fresh water into the system right along the...
2014/08/21 23:27
2014/08/21 23:27
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Two University of Queensland researchers today have been announced as Laureate Fellows, under the Australian Research Council’s most prestigious research grants scheme. UQ Vice-Chancellor and...
2014/08/21 20:34
2014/08/21 20:34
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PASSIONATE FROM AFAR: A group of international Students from China Environmental Protection Foundation with local environmental conservationists Cherry Muddle, Tony Fontes and Brittney Gregory. IT...
2014/08/21 19:11
2014/08/21 19:11
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THANKS to a Regional Arts Development (RADF) grant of $665 Rhythms of The Reef Chorus members and fellow barbershop singers from Hervey Bay and Burrum Heads will benefit from the visit of...
2014/08/21 15:38
2014/08/21 15:38
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New research indicates older species of coral have more of what it takes to survive a warming and increasingly polluted climate, according to biologists from the University of Texas at Arlington and...
Read more at redOrbit, Science Daily
2014/08/21 14:09
2014/08/21 14:09
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Mikarite Temari, the mayor of Christmas Island, Kiribati’s largest atoll, rolled his eyes and shook his head as I read off my laptop in his office what his president, Anote Tong, had said during a...
2014/08/21 08:24
2014/08/21 08:24
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An artist's impression of the $8.15 billion Aquis project in Cairns. Photo: Supplied Australian regulators said they would not block the purchase of a casino in Cairns by Hong Kong billionaire Tony...
2014/08/21 05:25
2014/08/21 05:25
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BIILABONG PRO TAHITI: WEDNESDAY UPDATEWind, rain and time to lick one's wounds as the event takes a midweek layday Published:August 20, 2014 It’s as if all the Westerners have washed away. The rain...
2014/08/20 22:13
2014/08/20 22:13
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JIM Baron has been in Gladstone for over two years and there is not much about the place he would like to change. Mr Baron is originally from Brisbane where it is busy, there's lots of traffic and...
2014/08/20 20:39
2014/08/20 20:39
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ALL roads may not lead to Gladstone, but the city is bucking the trend in the region by continuing to attract international tourists. Locations across regional Australia have seen a marked decline in...
2014/08/20 17:06
2014/08/20 17:06
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Billabong Pro Tahiti: Day TwoNine surfers sent packing Another day of solid surf at the Billabong Pro Tahiti and with elimination on the line, the drama was kicked up a notch, despite slightly less...
2014/08/20 13:58
2014/08/20 13:58
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The kids have gone back to school and a hush has come over the islands. While there certainly are still tourists in town, there's a distinct reduction of pressure on our fisheries, which is great news...
2014/08/20 13:58
2014/08/20 13:58
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Differences over new proposals for regulations in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary surfaced early at Tuesday's Sanctuary Advisory Council meeting. Members of the volunteer panel argued over...
2014/08/20 06:42
2014/08/20 06:42
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An international team of scientists has recently described a new hard coral species, Pachyseris inattesa, from the Saudi Arabian Red Sea. The study, led by the University of Milano-Biccocain...
2014/08/20 04:54
2014/08/20 04:54
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Durham, NC - When David Shiffman ‘07 applied to Duke University in 2002, he wrote his application essay about the first time he swam with sharks. The then-landlocked Shiffman, who grew up in...
2014/08/20 01:17
2014/08/20 01:17
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SURFING: It was the sort of surf to make most tremble - powerful 3-5m barrels thundering on to The Reef at Teahupo'o. Even 11-time world champion Kelly Slater was left shaking after surviving the...
2014/08/19 20:35
2014/08/19 20:35
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INCREASED noise from more shipping traffic in the region could be having a significant effect on fish stocks and marine mammals. Marine fisheries acoustic consultant Geoff McPherson has given a...
2014/08/19 20:34
2014/08/19 20:34
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Ross Irby ross.irby@dailymercury.com.au NORTH Queensland Bulk Ports must take another hard look at land-based options that are economically feasible instead of dumping dredge spill in the marine...
2014/08/19 19:36
2014/08/19 19:36
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A MASSIVE serve of "cornflake weed" was dished up on Byron Bay beaches yesterday - to the delight of the pipis and worms but not so appetising to humans. The seaweed, a type of brown algae, was not...
2014/08/22 01:18
2014/08/22 01:18
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