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February 2018

Commented on a story 13th Feb 2018 2:20 PM

RESIDENTS were outraged when it was revealed tradesmen could pay for a permit to use a verge or nature strip but council workers did not.

Council on parking: one rule for us, another rule for you

"It would be interesting to read what the council's town planners recommended in their development..."

December 2017

Published a story 11th Dec 2017 11:39 AM

Local Kabi Kabi Traditional Owners are working with QPWS and volunteers to train in the use of wildlife cameras to monitor the vulnerable Black-breasted buttonquail.

Traditional Owners on the watch for vulnerable buttonquail

Local Kabi Kabi Traditional Owners are working with QPWS and volunteers to train in the use of wildlife cameras to monitor the vulnerable Black-breasted buttonquail.

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November 2017

Published a story 29th Nov 2017 2:16 PM

An army of helping hands met recently at Maroochy North Shore and Twin Waters West along the Maroochy Estuary for World Fisheries Day, raising awareness about the impacts of discarded rubbish and invasive weeds on our local fisheries and coastline.

Containing weeds and rubbish on Maroochy North Shore

An army of helping hands met recently at Maroochy North Shore and Twin Waters West along the Maroochy Estuary for World Fisheries Day, raising awareness about the impacts of discarded rubbish and invasive weeds on our local fisheries and coastline.

September 2017

Published a story 7th Sep 2017 11:13 AM

Over the last 18 months the mangrove and saltmarsh communities along the Maroochy and Mooloolah estuaries have been under the spotlight.

Kabi Kabi partner with mangrove watchers

Over the last 18 months the mangrove and saltmarsh communities along the Maroochy and Mooloolah estuaries have been under the spotlight.

August 2017

Published a story 30th Aug 2017 8:59 AM

Over the last 18 months the mangrove and saltmarsh communities along the Maroochy and Mooloolah estuaries have been under the spotlight.

Kabi Kabi Traditional Owners help monitor mangrove health

Over the last 18 months the mangrove and saltmarsh communities along the Maroochy and Mooloolah estuaries have been under the spotlight.

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