Environment

Wed 17 Oct 2018

Traditional owners protesting Origin fracking in NT

premium_icon Traditional owners protesting Origin fracking in NT

TRADITIONAL owners from remote Territory communities covered within Origin Energy’s fracking permit said the organisation has failed to adequately consult.

Crikey! Gruesome image wins Irwin praise in photo comp

Crikey! Gruesome image wins Irwin praise in photo comp

ROBERT Irwin son of Australia’s legendary crocodile hunter has been commended in the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

Minister’s ‘appalling’ swipe at poor country

Minister’s ‘appalling’ swipe at poor country

MINISTER Melissa Price has been accused of making “shocking” and “offensive” remarks to a visiting dignitary at a Canberra restaurant last night.

‘Shocked and embarrassed’: Meal turns awkward

‘Shocked and embarrassed’: Meal turns awkward

A FORMER world leader was dining at a Canberra restaurant last night when he met one of our government’s ministers. It reportedly got awkward fast.

GPC REPORT: Traces of PFAS found in fish

GPC REPORT: Traces of PFAS found in fish

TRACES of poly-fluoroalkyl substances have been found in fish at Ship Creek, Gladstone Ports Corporation has revealed today.

Powerful surf, storms and lightning warning for boaties

Powerful surf, storms and lightning warning for boaties

Wild weather conditions continue to pound the Sunshine Coast with thunderstorms and powerful surf through to next week.

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