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News.com.au
The new Queensland cabinetFentiman - Minister for Employment, Small Business,Training and Skills * Leean
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
Fentiman - Minister for Employment, Small Business,Training and Skills * Leeanne Enoch - Minister for Environment and Great Barrier Reef, Science, Arts * Mark Ryan - Minister for Police and Corrective Services * Coralee O'Rourke - Minister... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Researchers find 12 million deep-water mushroom corals with robotcoast. Doctor Russ Babcock from the CSIRO said while the mushroom corals had b
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
coast. Doctor Russ Babcock from the CSIRO said while the mushroom corals had been reported in other areas including the Great Barrier Reef, this appeared to be the largest community of its kind. "It's over 2.5 kilometres long and 100 metres... Read more
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Canberra Times
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
Canberra Times / Posted 8 hours ago
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Letters to the editor: Cancer support, ocean health, positive change, safety and respectfound their way into the sea. And in the documentary "Chasing Coral," it was re
Colorado Daily / Posted 8 hours ago
found their way into the sea. And in the documentary "Chasing Coral," it was reported that in 2016, 29 percent of the Great Barrier Reef died. This disregard for environmental stability will without a doubt be the downfall of our ecosystems... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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The Age
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
The Age / Posted 14 hours ago
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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WA Today
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
WA Today / Posted 14 hours ago
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Mysterious epidemic plagues South Florida's coral reefsfrom bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. P
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 17 hours ago
from bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. Particularly hard hit was Australia's famed Great Barrier Reef. Corals are tiny animals that live inside skeletons they construct from minerals drawn from seawater.... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Mysterious epidemic plagues South Florida's coral reefsfrom bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. P
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 17 hours ago
from bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. Particularly hard hit was Australia's famed Great Barrier Reef. Corals are tiny animals that live inside skeletons they construct from minerals drawn from seawater.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tales of Trim, the first cat to sail around Australiaas well as other tributes and poems.Shipwrecked and imprisoned Trim was with F
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
as well as other tributes and poems.Shipwrecked and imprisoned Trim was with Flinders when he was shipwrecked on the Great Barrier Reef. They were trying to return to England on HMS Porpoise when they ran aground and the crew, including... Read more
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WFLX FOX 29
Mysterious epidemic plagues S. Florida's reefsfrom bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. P
WFLX FOX 29 / Posted yesterday
from bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. Particularly hard hit was Australia's famed Great Barrier Reef. Corals are tiny animals that live inside skeletons they construct from minerals drawn from seawater.... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Mysterious epidemic plagues South Florida's coral reefsfrom bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. P
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted yesterday
from bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. Particularly hard hit was Australia's famed Great Barrier Reef. Corals are tiny animals that live inside skeletons they construct from minerals drawn from seawater.... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Super corals' may offer ailing Great Barrier Reef some 'breathing space'from a mission funded by donations to locate corals unusually resilient to the
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
from a mission funded by donations to locate corals unusually resilient to the past two summers of severe bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Sea mission: (from left) John Rumney, Managing Director of GBR Legacy, Dr Charlie Veron with new coral... Read more
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BBC News
'Godfather of Coral' still diving at 72coral species. He was also one of the early scientists to document coral bleac
BBC News / Posted yesterday
coral species. He was also one of the early scientists to document coral bleaching. We follow him underwater on the Great Barrier Reef as he remembers the spectacular world he saw. Video produced by Ellen Tsang. Video Top Stories Why you... Read more
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WA Today
'Super corals' may offer ailing Great Barrier Reef some 'breathing space'from a mission funded by donations to locate corals unusually resilient to the
WA Today / Posted yesterday
from a mission funded by donations to locate corals unusually resilient to the past two summers of severe bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Sea mission: (from left) John Rumney, Managing Director of GBR Legacy, Dr Charlie Veron with new coral... Read more
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The Age
'Super corals' may offer ailing Great Barrier Reef some 'breathing space'from a mission funded by donations to locate corals unusually resilient to the
The Age / Posted yesterday
from a mission funded by donations to locate corals unusually resilient to the past two summers of severe bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Sea mission: (from left) John Rumney, Managing Director of GBR Legacy, Dr Charlie Veron with new coral... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Super corals' may offer ailing Great Barrier Reef some 'breathing space'from a mission funded by donations to locate corals unusually resilient to the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
from a mission funded by donations to locate corals unusually resilient to the past two summers of severe bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Sea mission: (from left) John Rumney, Managing Director of GBR Legacy, Dr Charlie Veron with new coral... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Who's next?': Annastacia Palaszczuk vows to defeat the LNP againveto Queensland's involvement in a potential $1 billion loan to Adani. Among h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
veto Queensland's involvement in a potential $1 billion loan to Adani. Among her other election commitments was increased Great Barrier Reef and tourism, a $70 million boost to country racing, a pledge to fix issues with Queensland Rail's new... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Disease wastes South Florida's corals, despite end of bleachingfrom bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. P
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
from bleaching, the ordeal weakens them and makes them vulnerable to disease. Particularly hard hit was Australia’s famed Great Barrier Reef. Despite the conclusion of the bleaching episode last summer, South Florida coral reefs have not... Read more
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CNET
Google captures Australia's Christmas Island crab migrationa focus in Australia this year, back in June capturing Uluru for the service. G
CNET / Posted 3 days ago
a focus in Australia this year, back in June capturing Uluru for the service. Google went underwater back in 2012 bring The Great Barrier Reef to Street View -- which is nifty, because the Reef is in a bad state right now. But of course, it's not... Read more
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Western Advocate
Five highlights in your travel week | 8 Deccoral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be t
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
coral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be the answer to a healthy future for the Great Barrier Reef, which, at 70 million football fields in size, is the world’s largest living organism. Professor Peter... Read more
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Manning River Times
Five highlights in your travel week | 8 Deccoral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be t
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
coral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be the answer to a healthy future for the Great Barrier Reef, which, at 70 million football fields in size, is the world’s largest living organism. Professor Peter... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Can't Be Topped: Neapolitan-Style Pizza Making Wins UNESCO Heritage StatusWhen a UNESCO World Heritage Site comes to mind, perhaps it has the natural spl
KERA North Texas / Posted 3 days ago
When a UNESCO World Heritage Site comes to mind, perhaps it has the natural splendor of the Great Barrier Reef or the imposing mastery of the Pyramids of Giza. Now one may look no further than the humble pizza for world heritage status. No, not the... Read more
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The North West Star
Five highlights in your travel week | 8 Deccoral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be t
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
coral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be the answer to a healthy future for the Great Barrier Reef, which, at 70 million football fields in size, is the world’s largest living organism. Professor Peter... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Five highlights in your travel week | 8 Deccoral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be t
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
coral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be the answer to a healthy future for the Great Barrier Reef, which, at 70 million football fields in size, is the world’s largest living organism. Professor Peter... Read more
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The Border Mail
Five highlights in your travel week | 8 Deccoral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be t
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
coral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be the answer to a healthy future for the Great Barrier Reef, which, at 70 million football fields in size, is the world’s largest living organism. Professor Peter... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Five highlights in your travel week | 8 Deccoral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be t
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
coral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be the answer to a healthy future for the Great Barrier Reef, which, at 70 million football fields in size, is the world’s largest living organism. Professor Peter... Read more
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The Courier
Five highlights in your travel week | 8 Deccoral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be t
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
coral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be the answer to a healthy future for the Great Barrier Reef, which, at 70 million football fields in size, is the world’s largest living organism. Professor Peter... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Five highlights in your travel week | 8 Deccoral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be t
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
coral reef experiment, likened to the world’s biggest IVF procedure, could be the answer to a healthy future for the Great Barrier Reef, which, at 70 million football fields in size, is the world’s largest living organism. Professor Peter... Read more
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The Age
Giant $2.2 million fans to cool Great Barrier ReefGiant fans to cool water and reduce heat stress on the Great Barrier Reef will
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Giant fans to cool water and reduce heat stress on the Great Barrier Reef will be trialled from early next year and partially funded by a $2.2 million Turnbull government investment. Under the Reef Havens proposal, eight large, slow-moving,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Giant $2.2 million fans to cool Great Barrier ReefGiant fans to cool water and reduce heat stress on the Great Barrier Reef will
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Giant fans to cool water and reduce heat stress on the Great Barrier Reef will be trialled from early next year and partially funded by a $2.2 million Turnbull government investment. Under the Reef Havens proposal, eight large, slow-moving,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Huge fans latest attempt to protect reef against coral bleachingFederal Government spending $2.2m on giant ocean fans in bid to protect Great B
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Federal Government spending $2.2m on giant ocean fans in bid to protect Great Barrier Reef Eight huge reef mixer fans are planned for the Great Barrier Reef in far north Queensland, in a trial project that hopes to reduce the damage caused by coral... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Team hunting for Barrier Reef bleaching survivors finds new coral speciesGreat Barrier Reef: Team hunting for bleaching survivors finds first new coral
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Great Barrier Reef: Team hunting for bleaching survivors finds first new coral species in 30 years A scientific team scouring the Great Barrier Reef for so-called super corals is claiming the discovery of a new species that appears to have survived... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Plans to curb green groups dropped but doubts remainsmakes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." "It is interesting... Read more
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Western Advocate
Plans to curb green groups dropped but doubts remainsmakes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." "It is interesting... Read more
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The North West Star
Plans to curb green groups dropped but doubts remainsmakes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." "It is interesting... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Plans to curb green groups dropped but doubts remainsmakes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." "It is interesting... Read more
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The Border Mail
Plans to curb green groups dropped but doubts remainsmakes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." "It is interesting... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Plans to curb green groups dropped but doubts remainsmakes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." "It is interesting... Read more
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The Age
Letters to the Editor: MPs, reflect that you have done noughtthat supporting an Indian billionaire in his quest to plunder our resources was
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
that supporting an Indian billionaire in his quest to plunder our resources was of greater import than preserving the Great Barrier Reef? And did they spend inordinate amounts of time on political infighting, undermining and believing the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Letters to the Editor: MPs, reflect that you have done noughtthat supporting an Indian billionaire in his quest to plunder our resources was
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
that supporting an Indian billionaire in his quest to plunder our resources was of greater import than preserving the Great Barrier Reef? And did they spend inordinate amounts of time on political infighting, undermining and believing the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Turnbull government drops plans to curb green groups but doubts remain makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." "It is interesting... Read more
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Canberra Times
NSW Greens MPs arrested in Queensland coal mine protestMPs have been in Queensland for five days so far, and were travelling on to Tow
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
MPs have been in Queensland for five days so far, and were travelling on to Townsville to inspect coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Mr Buckingham said the Wednesday morning protests and arrests were part of a "long campaign" against the... Read more
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Junkee
This Chill Activist Grandma Is On The Front Lines Of The Adani Blockade. What Did You Do Today?a phenomenal hat (look at that palm tree print!), and helping to oppose a mine
Junkee / Posted 5 days ago
a phenomenal hat (look at that palm tree print!), and helping to oppose a mine that would trash Indigenous land, the Great Barrier Reef and also, y’know, the planet. Not only this, but she’s doing it all looking as calm and chill as if this... Read more
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The Age
Turnbull government drops plans to curb green groups but doubts remain makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." Get the latest... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Turnbull government drops plans to curb green groups but doubts remain makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
makes Australia a better place," Kelly O'Shanassy, ACF's chief executive, said. "It has kept oil rigs off the Great Barrier Reef, and given us Landcare, clean energy, air and water, and a Franklin River that flows." Get the latest... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
NSW Greens MPs arrested at Adani protestsays he intends to stay in the region until at least Friday, talking to farmers
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 days ago
says he intends to stay in the region until at least Friday, talking to farmers and traditional landowners near the proposed coal mine in the Galilee Basin. He said he would travel to the Great Barrier Reef to observe coral bleaching on Th... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW Greens MPs arrested in Queensland coal mine protestMPs have been in Queensland for five days so far, and were travelling on to Tow
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
MPs have been in Queensland for five days so far, and were travelling on to Townsville to inspect coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Mr Buckingham said the Wednesday morning protests and arrests were part of a "long campaign" against the... Read more
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The Age
NSW Greens MPs arrested in Queensland coal mine protestMPs have been in Queensland for five days so far, and were travelling on to Tow
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
MPs have been in Queensland for five days so far, and were travelling on to Townsville to inspect coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Mr Buckingham said the Wednesday morning protests and arrests were part of a "long campaign" against the... Read more
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News.com.au
NSW Greens MPs arrested at Adani protestsays he intends to stay in the region until at least Friday, talking to farmers
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
says he intends to stay in the region until at least Friday, talking to farmers and traditional landowners near the proposed coal mine in the Galilee Basin. He said he would travel to the Great Barrier Reef to observe coral bleaching on Th... Read more
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