A Landcare group in the Upper Murray is kick-starting bushfire recovery in the Holbrook region to not only support wildlife habitat regeneration – but also help the community get back on its feet.
The State’s hunters who hold a Restricted Licence (R-Licence) will have the duration of their licences extended by four weeks after recreational hunting areas in State Forests were closed to reduce the spread of COVID-19 last month.
These New South Wales cropping operators have received huge productivity increases after erecting Waratah exclusion fencing on their boundaries which border the State forest.
Funding is available to help bushfire-hit farmers rebuild boundary fencing bordering public lands in New South Wales.
The NSW Government must urgently progress legislation designed to prevent the construction of poor quality or unsafe buildings such as Opal and Mascot Towers, Local Government NSW (LGNSW) said.
Assistance for fences bordering national parks damaged by bush fires across New South Wales.
Hundreds of millions of dollars will remain in the hands of NSW businesses from April 7 2020, giving them much needed cash flow and allowing them more scope to retain employees, with the NSW Government’s payroll tax assistance beginning to take effect.
“The decision by NSW to set a 90 day time limit on social distancing rules is welcome and should be adopted across the country and with restrictions of all kinds,” Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group said.
NSW Planning & Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes should be commended for his decision to bring in new rules to allow construction sites to operate on weekends and public holidays during the COVID-19 pandemic, said David Bare Executive Director of HIA NSW.
The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is reminding landholders to use pesticide baits correctly after a landholder was fined for multiple alleged non-compliance when using fox and wild dog baits.