Latest Conservation News

Stronger penalties for owners of wildlife-killing dogs
Minister launches 50th Conservation Week – Nature needs us
Minister announces multi-agency response to identify risks from legacy landfills
Nature needs us, join in West Coast events this Conservation Week
NSW Government increases national park land
Trees to be removed in Cowes
Wetlands planting will celebrate BushCare milestone
Work to begin on Taranaki Crossing project
Nature needs us: join us in Hauraki for Conservation Week’s 50th anniversary
Lack of consultation on Whitebait causing issues
Carbon farming industry looks to blue carbon for new market opportunities
Conservation Week in Taranaki celebrates local legends of conservation
Government helps fund efforts to restore shellfish beds of Hauraki Gulf
Investment package to boost Glacier Country tourism
Fox Glacier road closed for indefinite future
Call for more women in fire management
Conservation Week celebrates its fiftieth year
Threat Management Plan consultation closes
Great prizes to be won in Conservation Week kids’ competition
Liberals must clean up recycling mess
Council asks officers to re-scope draft Osborne Park Precinct Master Plan
Biggest wild release for rare native reptiles
New look for Fisherman’s
Local Decision Making: Protecting Country, Creating Jobs – Increasing Powers for Aboriginal Rangers
Minister thanks volunteers as Fox clean-up draws to a close
Council contributes to sustainability initiatives
Government attempting to ban whitebaiting
Partial review of Conservation and National Parks policies to give better effect to treaty
Partial review of Conservation and National Parks polices to give better effect to treaty principles
$3 million funding to protect Swan and Canning Rivers
Plan to reverse precarious position of hoiho/yellow-eyed penguin
Managing Arthur Pieman Conservation Area
Is Orange tidiest of towns, again?
New rules provide consistent consent processes for existing marine farms
Third Mayoral ride takes in iconic coastline
Historic day for WA as Houtman Abrolhos Islands National Park officially created
Council and community to plant 1800-plus seedlings as part of National Tree Day 2019
Major global study shows Australia’s shark hotspots need protection from industrial fishing
Queensland CleanCo announcement step in right direction but more ambition needed
Funding boost for IMOS infrastructure in Western Australia
Aspiring to greater things
Exmouth Gulf: a global hotspot for sea snakes
Rob Roy Track closed due to erosion
Green Ribbon Awards victim of budget cutting
Deep-sea snail described by Southampton researcher makes Red list of Endangered Species
Making it easier to develop in Colac Otway
Exmouth gulf home to secret whale nursery
Top End waters a lifeboat for threatened rays