The devastating effects of the drought may no longer be headline news, but the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) knows that the impacts are still being felt right across the country.
The BHP Foundation will donate AU$250,000 to the Australian Red Cross to support flood disaster relief efforts in North Queensland, Australia.
Independent research into Australia’s Paris climate target shows that we are on track to meet our Paris target five years early.
WA Forestry Minister Dave Kelly opened up grants to farmers and other landowners who are interested in establishing pine plantations on their properties to increase Western Australia’s softwood resource.
Central Tablelands Local Land Services is working on a new project that will reduce invasive plants and animals threatening the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
Thirty bilbies have been released in a specially fenced area of Pilliga State Conservation Area to reduce their risk of extinction.
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The ACT Government has released the ACT Planning Strategy 2018, which builds on the successes of the 2012 strategy to recognise and incorporate the social, economic and environmental changes occurring in our growing and thriving city.
The decline of Tasmania’s top carnivore and dominant scavenger has serious repercussions for the State’s ecosystem, new research has found.
Hunter Local Land Services Biosecurity team have removed nearly 2,000 more deer from the Upper Hunter, as the invasive species continues to impact farms and native habitats in the drought hit district.