An 85-year-old timber bridge carrying the D’Aguilar Highway over Kilcoy Creek will be replaced later in 2019 with a new 15-metre-long, two-lane concrete bridge.
Local anglers and recfishing tourists will soon benefit from a new safe fishing experience off Esperance, with the WA Government’s latest artificial reef now fully installed.
Recreational fishing for abalone in the West Coast Zone, due to take place between 7am and 8am this Saturday (January 12 2019), has been cancelled because of expected hazardous conditions.
The QLD Government has committed more than $1.8 million to Rockhampton Regional Council towards additional drainage infrastructure to increase the region’s resilience to flooding.
Four new passing lanes that will improve safety between Yanchep and Lancelin are now open to traffic, in time for the peak holiday period.
As temperatures soar Australians living in drought-affected communities are encouraged to speak up and seek support this holiday season.
Traditional Indigenous burning practices are protecting plant biodiversity in Australia’s Gibson Desert, according to University of Queensland research.
Local Land Services have successfully carried out an extensive knockdown of the feral pig population in the western Riverina, following a targeted aerial shoot.
Invasive species and habitat loss are the biggest threats to Australian biodiversity, according to new research by the Threatened Species Recovery Hub in partnership with The University of Queensland.
Much-needed rains have finally fallen over some of the country’s drought- affected regions, but seasonal concerns continue to hang over the outlook for Australia’s agricultural sector, the latest Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey has found.