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I never thought I’d see the Australian rainforest burning. What will it take for us to wake up to the climate crisis?
It is shocking to see such extreme and widespread fire weather conditions so early in the spring. In fact, this year the bushfire season actually started in winter, two months earlier than normal. Most alarmingly, some of these fires are occurring in subtropical and coastal areas that don’t usually burn.
A rare event that took place 30 kilometres above the South Pole last week is expected to impact upon Australia’s rainfall outlook.
Good things are happening in community planning in Yea! We hope to see as many of you as possible at these meetings.
On Friday 20 th September Murrindindi Film Society will close it’s current season with an Australian favourite from the 1980’s.
If you’ve been using Gmail like it’s still the 1990s, it’s time to step into our time machine and learn how to hot-rod your Gmail with these five tips and tricks.
Poo transplants are helping expand koala microbiomes, allowing the marsupials to eat a wider range of eucalypts and possibly survive habitat loss.
Yea received 39mm of rainfall in August.
A man made a genius ingredient label for popular fruits and revealed why the term ‘chemical-free’ is meaningless.
Knot tying has always been one of those key outdoor skills that the inexperienced take for granted. The experienced outdoorsman, however, has had enough success and failure to know that there are right and wrong knots for certain jobs.
September Monthly Rainfall to 11.30am 16th – 45.3mm