Andrews Govt Sorts Out The Rubbish

Andrews Govt Sorts Out The Rubbish

26 March 2017

Victoria Minister for Energy Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio Keeping Organics Out Of Melbourne Landfills Victor P Taffa Andrews Government is diverting more than half a million tonnes of food and garden waste away from Melbourne’s landfills annually. Through the Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group, two major agreements have been secured by councils […]

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Hodgman Govt Announces Funding For Wombat Mange Recovery Program

Hodgman Govt Announces Funding For Wombat Mange Recovery Program

13 March 2017

Tasmania Minister for Environment Parks and Heritage Matthew Groom Government Funding For Wombat Mange Recovery Program Victor P Taffa Hodgman Liberal Government has today announced funding of $100,000 for the establishment of a new program to secure the recovery of Tasmania’s wombat population from the devastating impact of mange, Minister for Environment Parks and Heritage […]

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Potential Cure For Devil Facial Tumour Disease On The Way

Potential Cure For Devil Facial Tumour Disease On The Way

13 March 2017

Tasmania Minister for Environment Parks and Heritage Matthew Groom Encouraging News For The Tasmanian Devil Victor P Taffa Hodgman Liberal Government’s commitment to saving the Tasmanian Devil has received another important boost with the news of a potential cure for Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD), Minister for Environment Parks and Heritage Matthew Groom said.   […]

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Opening Of New Cobbler Creek Facilities Sees Visitor Numbers Increase

Opening Of New Cobbler Creek Facilities Sees Visitor Numbers Increase

20 February 2017

South Australia Minister for Environment Ian Hunter Record Numbers Flock To New Cobbler Creek Facilities Victor P Taffa Visitor numbers are booming at Cobbler Creek Recreation Park in the northern suburbs following the opening of a new adventure playground, bike trails, and barbecue and picnic facilities. “Cobbler Creek is a great destination for people from […]

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Next Stage Of Save Tasmanian Devil Program Set For May 2017

Next Stage Of Save Tasmanian Devil Program Set For May 2017

18 February 2017

Tasmania Minister for Environment Parks and Heritage Matthew Groom Next Step In Rebuilding Devil Population Victor P Taffa Next stage in rebuilding the wild population of Tasmanian devils will take place in May with the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP) to release wild devils into wukalina / Mount William in the state’s north, Minister […]

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Soil Gas Contamination Concerns To Be Addressed By Minister

Soil Gas Contamination Concerns To Be Addressed By Minister

14 February 2017

Queensland Minister for Environment Steven Miles Environment Minister To Meet With Hopeland Residents Over Soil Gas Contamination Victor P Taffa Environment Minister Dr. Steven Miles will visit Hopeland, south of Chinchilla today (Monday) to address concerns about soil gas contamination. Dr. Miles said impacted landholders remained the Palaszczuk Government’s priority as the Department of Environment […]

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EOI For Darwin Harbour Committee Open Until 7 April 2017

EOI For Darwin Harbour Committee Open Until 7 April 2017

12 February 2017

Northern Territory Minister for Environment and Natural Resources Lauren Moss Darwin Harbour Advisory Committee EOI And Darwin Harbour Report Card Victor P Taffa Minister for Environment and Natural Resources Lauren Moss today delivered on a key election commitment by announcing an expression of interest (EOI) process for community members to join the new Darwin Harbour […]

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Merri Creek Park To Be Upgraded

Merri Creek Park To Be Upgraded

05 February 2017

Victoria Minister for Suburban Development Lily D’Ambrosio $1.7 Million Upgrade To Merri Creek Park Victor P Taffa Merri Creek Park will benefit from a $1.7 Million upgrade to develop visitor infrastructure including 6 Km of bike and walking paths. “We know how important it is to upgrade the local infrastructure communities rely on every day […]

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Construction Gets Underway On New Bunbury Parks And Wildlife HQ

Construction Gets Underway On New Bunbury Parks And Wildlife HQ

26 January 2017

Western Australia Minister for Environment Albert Jacob Western Australia Minister for Regional Development Terry Redman Work Starts On New Parks And Wildlife HQ In Bunbury Victor P Taffa BCL Group starts landscaping at Koombana Bay for new office building $28.9 Million Royalties for Regions investment will benefit locals and visitors Construction of the Department of […]

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Greenvale Reservoir Park To Be Upgraded

Greenvale Reservoir Park To Be Upgraded

24 January 2017

Victoria Minister for Suburban Development Lily D’Ambrosio Revitalising Valuable Green Space In Melbourne’s North Victor P Taffa An upgrade of the Greenvale Reservoir Park in Melbourne’s north will improve liveability and revitalise a valuable recreational area for generations to come. “The Andrews Government is working to improve parks in our fastest growing suburbs to ensure […]

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Port Augusta Exposed To Dust Storm Hazards In Power Station Decommission

Port Augusta Exposed To Dust Storm Hazards In Power Station Decommission

19 January 2017

South Australia Shadow Minister for Environment Michelle Lensink World First Failure At Port Augusta Victor P Taffa A Flinders Power Dust Management Plan for the decommissioning of the Port Augusta power station provides damaging new evidence on the risks and failures of the process. “It is outrageous that both Flinders Power and the Weatherill Government […]

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Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail Listed Must See Destination By Lonely Planet

Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail Listed Must See Destination By Lonely Planet

06 January 2017

South Australia Minister for Sustainability Environment and Conservation Ian Hunter Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail Named By Lonely Planet As Top New Destination Victor P Taffa   Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail has been listed as one of the world’s top new travel destinations in 2017 by leading international travel authority, Lonely Planet. World’s number one guidebook […]

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Concept Plans Released For New Playground In Morialta Conservation Park

Concept Plans Released For New Playground In Morialta Conservation Park

03 January 2017

South Australia Minister for Environment Ian Hunter Schoolchildren help Design New Morialta Playground Victor P Taffa Concept plans have been released for a stunning new playground in Morialta Conservation Park that will delight children with a design incorporating physical challenges, Aboriginal culture and native plants and animals. “This new Nature Play space was designed with […]

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Public Comment On Kimberley And Pilbara Reserves Open Until 31 March 2017

Public Comment On Kimberley And Pilbara Reserves Open Until 31 March 2017

02 January 2017

Western Australia Minister for Environment Albert Jacob Seeking Comment On Kimberley And Pilbara Reserves Victor P Taffa Have your say on management of 250,000 ha of conservation reserve Liberal National Government is seeking public comment on the draft 10-year joint Management Plan for conservation reserves in the south-west Kimberley and north-west Pilbara. Environment Minister Albert […]

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Immerse Yourself Programme Encourages People To Cool Off In Marine Parks

Immerse Yourself Programme Encourages People To Cool Off In Marine Parks

29 December 2016

South Australia Minister for Environment Ian Hunter Immerse Yourself In SA’s Marine Parks This Summer Victor P Taffa Register now for the Immerse Yourself summer holiday marine activities programme to connect with and discover South Australia’s underwater world.     “Summer is a perfect time to cool off in South Australia’s picturesque beaches and learn […]

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Welcome In 2017 At Dripstone Park’s New Picnic Facilities

Welcome In 2017 At Dripstone Park’s New Picnic Facilities

27 December 2016

Northern Territory Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss Dripstone Cliffs Ready For A New Years Day Picnic Victor P Taffa Dripstone Cliffs, one of the most visited areas in Casuarina Coastal Reserve has a new landscaped picnic area for families and visitors to the Top End to enjoy. Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren […]

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Greater Alpine National Parks Management Plan Released For Public Comment

Greater Alpine National Parks Management Plan Released For Public Comment

20 December 2016

Victoria Minister for Energy Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio Managing And Protecting The Greater Alpine National Parks Victor P Taffa Parks Victoria has released its blueprint for managing and protecting 900,000 ha of Victoria’s unique alpine and high country over the next 15 years. “The Plan will guide the management and protection of Victoria’s […]

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Stage Three Tenders Awarded For Three Capes Track

Stage Three Tenders Awarded For Three Capes Track

19 December 2016

Tasmania Minister for Environment Parks and Heritage Matthew Groom Tenders Awarded For Final Stage Of Three Capes Track Victor P Taffa Three Capes Track is one of the world’s top nature based tourism experiences, and I am very pleased to announce tenders have been awarded that will complete Stage Three of the award-winning walk, Minister […]

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Andrews Govt Launches State Of The Bays 2016 Report

Andrews Govt Launches State Of The Bays 2016 Report

11 December 2016

Victoria Minister for Energy Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio Bays Receive Good News In First Health Check Victor P Taffa Andrews Government’s first health check for the iconic Port Phillip Bay and Western Port is complete following the launch of State of the Bays 2016. State of the Bays 2016 report is a baseline […]

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Henry Lawson Walking Trail Now Open

Henry Lawson Walking Trail Now Open

07 December 2016

Queensland Minister for National Parks Steven Miles Magnetic Island’s New Henry Lawson Walking Trail Now Open Victor P Taffa New Henry Lawson Walking Trail in north Queensland’s Magnetic Island National Park is now open to members of the public. Queensland Government funded the new $175,000 walking trail, which also includes new steps and signage at […]

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