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New research suggests sunscreen chemicals are soaking into our bloodstreams at higher levels than previously thought safe
The scale of our global water consumption is having a dramatic impact around the world. There is a hidden cost of what we eat, drink and consume, from coffee to t-shirts, food to computers. We consume far more water to support our lifestyles than most of us imagine.
Why climate change is an irrelevance, economic growth is a myth and sustainability is forty years too late
Climate change is not the biggest threat to the world’s environment – we are. The world’s rivers and seas aren’t choked with floating piles of rubbish, toxic chemicals and plastic waste because of climate change.
Supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths have been urged to raise their prices to help industries get back on their feet after the fires.
Ramp up your long weekend by getting together with a group of pals and enjoy a long lunch or celebrate the re-opening of The Trawool Estate pool at the ultimate pool-side party on the Sunday of the Australia Day long weekend.
All are welcome to a Free Community Planning dinner event, on Monday February 10th at 6pm at the Yea Shire Hall.
I received a letter from Cindy McLeish MP today it also included a copy of a letter that she received from Melissa Horne (Minister for Public Transport)
The extraordinary heat that has roasted national records is unlikely to return this summer
Bushfires pose serious short- and long-term impacts to public drinking water quality. They can damage water supply infrastructure and water catchments, impeding the treatment processes that normally make our water safe to drink.
BOM January Monthly Rainfall to 11am 21st – 64.5mm