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Momentum gathers on air quality monitoring concerns
Water plan drives Cape’s sustainable future
A touch of outback Queensland a finishing touch on trade mission
Wave of conservation for south east Queensland students
Improving Great Barrier Reef water quality – $141 million program open for business
GBR island coral decline
Queensland farmers to receive $10 million boost
Turtle-y awesome start to season
Queensland regions making a stand at Pacific 2019
New appointment to Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Board
Successful channel dredging widens Cairns’ horizons
Opposition shark plan could cost lives in Capricornia
Opposition shark plan could cost lives in Mackay
Opposition shark plan could cost lives in Townsville
Opposition shark plan could cost lives in Cairns
Opposition shark plan could cost lives in Queensland
Shark control equipment removed from Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
Palaszczuk Government vows to back Bundaberg shark control measures
Palaszczuk Government vows to back Sunshine Coast shark control measures
Protecting human safety
National Farmers Federation joins Queensland farmers in plea for sensible regulation
Water Quality Laws will give our Great Barrier Reef a cleaner future
Fishing for endangered scalloped hammerhead sharks must stop until broken promises are fixed
Celebrating Queensland’s threatened species
Producing bigger, fatter and juicier beef protects Reef
Ken Done releases iconic Reef series work from his private collection at Gallery One
Official D grade for Great Barrier Reef water quality shows urgent need for Queensland Government
Changed traffic conditions – Targa GBR
Invasive weed species targeted at Cape nature refuge
Strategy supports economic development
Palaszczuk Government and LGAQ continue Partners in Government Agreement
Glow Winter Arts Festival 2019
Major global study shows Australia’s shark hotspots need protection from industrial fishing
State Government trigger mapping remains flawed despite new release
Grants support community events
Funding to trial traditional practices as part of carbon farming in Burnett Mary
Funding to restore threatened species habitat in Bremer and Lockyer catchments
Far North Queensland receives more than $1 million for new carbon-farming initiatives
A new way to farm carbon in Rangelands and Brigalow Belt gets green light
Blue carbon partnership an Australian first
Green crusader using art to save planet
Protecting Great Barrier Reef highlighted in Burdekin
Exmouth Gulf: a global hotspot for sea snakes
AgForce Shed Full of Knowledge offers essential producer update
Small businesses prepare for climate change
Federal Government Body Sounds Climate Alarm Over Reef
PM should respond to Reef Authority’s Climate Change Statement calling for Strong and Fast
Splendour’s science experiment wows festivalgoers