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Call for submissions
The review welcomes submissions from the public. Interested individuals and organisations are invited to consider the terms of reference and provide written submissions addressing the terms of reference by Friday, 18 May 2012.
At the September 2011 meeting the Board approved the construction of a new Powerhouse on Portion 230 behind Middle Beach.
Across the globe and especially around the Australian mainland are a series of small island communities who are facing common challenges in terms of their economic, social and environmental futures. Australia's Small Island Forum will provide a unique...
The workshops will be initially designed for beginners who wish to learn or brush up on their emailing and web browsing skills with the aim to provide a variety of training programs for various skill levels depending on the level of interest within the community.
The LHI Community Preschool successfully applied for $300,000 funding from the NSW Government to create a preschool. A DA to develop a preschool in the Anglican Church hall was approved by the Board in May 2011.
These corals, previously sampled by Dr Vicki Harriott in the 1990's were measured and will be compared with photographic records through time. The researchers measure coral growth by comparing changes in overall dimensions of individual colonies and also by staining colonies that allows subsequent growth to be clearly visible as white skeleton...
Some respondents to the review wanted to continue prohibition on any form of set nets, while others wanted to diversify the local fishery to allow alternative seafood to be utilised on the island.
As well as your efforts, the Board currently funds the servicing of approximately 1400 rat stations across 33 major palm seed areas, and biodiversity hot-spots on the Island. It takes two weeks to complete the baiting and stations are replenished every nine weeks. Approximately 200 grams or one cup of poison bait is used in each station.
The breeding grounds are off the beaten track and the asparagus has been able to grow into dense and widespread infestations where it is smothering burrows.