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Divisive politics will fail forests and community

25 August, 2014
This Tuesday, 26 August and Wednesday, 27 August the Tasmanian upper house will debate the Liberal Gover
 
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Newman: Don't trash the Gilbert River

25 August, 2014
The Great Barrier Reef, iconic beaches, lush rainforests, healthy free flowing rivers, outback savanna woodlands and vast intact wetlands – Queensland’s natural environment is the envy of the world.
 
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A tragedy for nature, a renewed challenge to protect pristine rivers

8 August, 2014
Queensland Campaign Manager for the Wilderness Society, Dr Tim Seelig, reflects on an unfolding tragedy for some of the world’s last free flowing rivers, and how we reverse the tide to protect the irreplaceable.
 
 
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One planet update !

7 August, 2014
The Wilderness Society recently announced the opening of registrations for our epic One Planet festival style event.
 
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Environmental legislation review update - an opportunity for NSW to be the leader in protecting our Aussie lifestyle!

7 August, 2014
From the iconic Blue Mountains World Heritage National Park right on Sydney’s doorstep to the incredible Cape Byron Marine Park, our natural places are the envy of the world. As Australians we are proud of our natural heritage. It is part of our national identify.
 
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Marine sanctuaries update - baby whale born in Sydney!

7 August, 2014
Recently we were blessed by the birth of a baby whale right on Sydney’s doorstop! There are only around 50 Southern Right Whales along the NSW coastline so we are very lucky to have another little guy out there.
 
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Tarkine update - Supreme Court appeal launched

7 August, 2014
The big news for the Tarkine in July was that Save the Tarkine are appealing to the federal court over Venture Minerals Riley Creek Iron ore strip mine lease.
 
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Last chance to keep Queensland's wild rivers fully protected!

4 August, 2014
Queensland retains some of the last remaining, free flowing, pristine waterways left on the planet. The Wild Rivers Act 2005 was passed a decade ago with full support of the Queensland Parliament.
 

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