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Declining sawfish species prioritised for conservation status escalation
Marine conservationists highlight concerns in fish stocks report
Conservation groups welcome Labor’s 10 year climate plan
Cost not a hurdle to modernising Queensland’s Shark Control Program
Senate Inquiry report confirms what we already know about our precious Reef
Marine conservationists welcome funding for Reef monitoring by tourism industry and call for greater action
New CDS scheme in WA will benefit marine wildlife
Queensland limits shark finning with new reforms
Queensland government moves on reforming unsustainable commercial fishing
Reef and regional jobs on agenda at local candidate forum
Chained dugong reveals cost of Queensland’s shark nets
Seafood study highlights need for better labeling and tighter laws
Four dead dugongs in Queensland “tragic and highly suspicious”
SA’s historic plastic laws will save animal lives
Queensland Government’s failure to protect Reef from unsustainable fishing forces strong action from Federal
Palaszczuk’s renewable energy investment pledge is essential for our Reef
Marine conservationists seek clarification on LNP Reef water regs plans
Climate community ‘sound alarm’ on global warming
Conservationists warn UNESCO of ‘alarming’ move to weaken protection [for World Heritage sites]
Critical statement highlights archaic fishing practices endangering our Great Barrier Reef
Conservation groups question why deadly shark nets are returning to NSW beaches today not SMART drumlines
Territory coasts scoop pool this election
Marine conservationists push for Reef-safe recovery at community cabinet
Controversial Subsea 7 pipeline proposal for Exmouth Gulf, Ningaloo put on hold. Minister instructs EPA
Wave of community concern wins reprieve for Ningaloo from new oil and gas exploration but threat from industry
New report reveals action needed to prevent further decline of Darwin Harbour’s health
Renewable Energy Corridors are good news for our Reef
No plan for climate change in updated Reef 2050 Plan
Humpback calf caught on Stradbroke Island drumline
ACT plastics ban will save wildlife but must go further, say marine conservationists
Reef Envoy right to make climate change call
Tourism and conservation groups call for jobs for our Reef in new billboard
One of WA’s biggest ever conservation communications campaigns launched to protect Exmouth Gulf
Cairns community calls for election candidates to support Reef safe jobs
Wildlife death toll continues to rise in NSW shark nets program
Queensland LNP’s announcement a good start on road to protecting Reef wildlife from damaging fishing
Global reef shark study highlights importance of shark conservation in Australia
Rushing through state environment powers not sea change our oceans need
Queensland’s whales and turtles to benefit from plastics ban
Support for Reef jobs welcomed
New report reveals seabed mining too risky for Top End coasts
Commercially fished shark species declared critically endangered
Polling shows Territorians want action to protect our Top End Coasts
Conservationists welcome NSW investment in non-lethal shark control, but nets still need to go
Marine conservationists want ‘nets out now’ for our humpbacks
Victorian fishers praised for embedding sustainability in their regulations
Critical Reef water laws upheld
Diving fins and shoes display highlight Reef safe recovery for Queensland