Do you work in or travel through high bushfire and grassfire risk areas over summer?
From 1st December 2019, local councils will register all backyard pools and spas in their area, with property owners being required to submit a current certificate of compliance for their pool or spa safety barrier fence.
Two components of the dog fence rebuild – the supply of materials and the creation of a panel of fencing contractors.
The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is seeking feedback on the future use of general household, Mixed Waste Organic Outputs (MWOO) (which is made from this waste) and on a proposed transition package to support the alternative waste treatment (AWT) industry to move to sustainable uses.
With the ongoing threat of bushfires, and storm season on the horizon, Queenslanders are being urged to prepare for extreme weather as part of Get Ready Queensland Week.
A new $350 million wind farm south-west of Gladstone, given the go-ahead by the Queensland Government and creating up to 150 construction jobs, will add to the big surge in wind power now coming on-line in the state.
Australia’s trend unemployment rate remained steady at 5.3 per cent in September 2019, according to the latest information released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Eligible farmers in Cook Shire Council or the Blackall-Tambo Regional Council who were hit by Cyclone Trevor and its floodwaters in March 2019 can now apply for further disaster recovery grants.
Communities hit by the Northern NSW bushfires in Richmond Valley now have access to 13 weeks of income support payments to help them get back on their feet.
More people have already lost their lives on Victoria’s roads this year (2019) than for the entirety of 2018 – a tragic reminder for all of us to take care on our roads.