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Historic handback as Queensland returns world heritage Daintree to First Nations ownership
Texan fracking company risks millions in chase for Kimberley gas
Changed traffic conditions for Targa GBR
Andrew Forrest’s withdrawal of oil and gas interests from Kimberley welcomed
Archaeologists reveal origins of famous Stone Age monument
Committee to scrutinise $98.9 million in public works
More than $45 million for 2021/22 capital works program
Four new inquiries for Public Works Committee
Story of resurrection ferns and my late colleague who helped discover them in Australia
Canberra’s Heritage Festival returns in a new form in 2021
Fresh Food Shop opens at Black Mountain School
Wheat breeder’s contribution to grains industry yields results
Cantor Arts Center launches Asian American Art Initiative bolstered by major Ruth Asawa acquisition
Explore Canberra over holidays
Police responding to fatal motorcycle crash at Black Mountain
Protect ecologically sensitive areas, wildlife and river corridors, stop development west of Murrumbidgee
Backing CSIRO to back our science and technology future
Further charges – trespassing incidents Pittsworth and Warwick
Fraser Primary’s fast tracked project ready for students
Changes to protected areas deliver for Traditional Owners and community
More than 15 hinterland roads resealed this year
Step up in watering for Canberra’s stressed street trees
Statement about Canberra hailstorm and damage at CSIRO
Crowdfunding campaign launched for rail trail business plan
New roundabout smells of roses thanks to Garden History Society
Plenty for hinterland in Council budget
Significant $28.4M capital program for Noosa
Community workshop to explore strategies for 2019/20
Australian Green Tree Frog Disappears from Sydney Backyards as an Army of Volunteers with
Labor commits $10 million to boost CSIRO climate science centre capabilities
Local Little Eagles taking grand Aussie tours
Search and rescue at Kuranda, QLD
SYNERGY, CSIRO WINS NATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY AWARD
BVN shortlisted six times in National Architecture Awards