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Fixing Australia’s environment law now the only way to end new coal and gas approvals
Government Wins the Right to Ignore Climate Risk of Gas and Coal Projects
Inland Rail helps local businesses develop skills to secure major works
Gone Fishing Day on Sunday October 8
Calling all bat-enthusiasts: Bats in Backyards project wants citizen scientists to help uncover secrets of the night sky
Boys charged over alleged vehicle and petrol theft in Moree – Operation Mongoose
Two youths charged with property offences – Operation Mongoose
Astronomers have discovered a rare ‘polar ring galaxy’ wrapped in a huge ribbon of hydrogen
Report finds growing role for natural gas in fuelling WA economy
Man charged following multiple break-ins – Western Region
Report finds growing role for natural gas in fuelling WA economy
CEF Namoi Celebrates 20 Years
Consulting firms a corrosive and conflicted influence on NSW Government
Inland Rail collects major sustainability award for Stockinbingal to Parkes design
Man charged following investigation into armed robberies – Oxley
New Varroa mite detections at Cuttabri, Blackwall and Vineyard
International Centre of Crop and Digital Agriculture opened at Narrabri
Doors open at Wagga Wagga following multi-million-dollar investment
Drought-resistant crops research to feed future generations
Charges after women allegedly threatened, car stolen – Moree
Police appeal to locate missing woman at Tamworth
What harm could one coal mine do? Plenty, producing 1.7 Hiroshima bombs of heat
Police charge man with murder at Oxley
Work starts to build a side track for Spring Creek Bridge replacement
Police charge man after property crime offences in Oxley
Appeal for information following property crime offences in Oxley
Grass Roots Open Mic competition showcases rising talent
ARTC to undertake Narrabri to Turrawan Line Upgrade rail works
The spotlight awaits New England-North West students at this year’s Schools Spectacular
Doors open at Bathurst and Hamilton following $3.8m upgrades
Sydney astronomers identify the coldest star yet that emits radio waves
Bushfire survivors vow to keep fighting for climate-vulnerable communities after court upholds Whitehaven coal mine expansion
NAB banks on Wagga Wagga with $2.9M investment in new hub
Healthier water future for Namoi
2023 Farmer of Year Awards delivers wins for Aussie ag
Hazard reduction in Pilliga Nature Reserve
Murray Darling Basin Authority Chair’s climate warning confirms South Australian concerns
Progress made, but more to be done to keep our rivers and communities healthy
Roadmap to 2026 Basin Plan Review announced
Ten new Community Recovery Officers in NSW
Lessons in water management across Pacific
Neo barley variety ‘the one’ to elevate Australia grains production
Bushfire Survivors welcome new court action challenging the Environment Minister’s decision not to consider climate impacts of new coal
Inland Rail Stockinbingal to Parkes project awarded ‘Excellent’ Design rating by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council
Giant spider-like machines help complete Tycannah crossing loop works
Limited tickets remain for River reflections – Narrabri