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Would you like to make sustainable decisions when shopping for seafood? Are you interested in learning more about overfishing, its impact on our oceans and how you can ...
February 2013 marks the 58th anniversary of the devastating 1955 Hunter Valley flood. The community are invited to commemorate the largest flood on record in Maitland, ...
Hexham Swamp and Kooragang Wetlands will be on display at Stockland Wallsend Shopping Centre to celebrate World Wetlands Day next month.
On Monday 17th December Environment Minister and Member for Maitland Robyn Parker inspected progress of construction work on the $3 million upgrade of the Hinton ...
The Local Land Services Stakeholder Reference Panel has taken another step forward in building the new Local Land Services, releasing a final draft of regional ...
Catchment action plan update 20-Dec-2012
The board and staff of the Hunter-Central Rivers CMA would like to thank all those individuals and organizations who recently provided invaluable feedback on the updated ...
Thornton Public School keeps up the good work 20-Dec-2012
While students across the region receive report cards this week on how they fared in the classroom, the students of Thornton Public School can also look across their ...
Learn why the Manning-Great Lakes coast is scientifically the most fascinating in Australia at free public presentations to be held at Harrington on 30 January and ...
Grant funding to protect bushland 18-Dec-2012
The Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority has funding available to rural landholders in the Tuggerah Lakes Catchment to protect and rehabilitate native ...
The 12 Do’s of Christmas 18-Dec-2012
It’s that time of the year where we can get carried away with the excesses of Christmas.
|25 May 2013||** DUE TO WET WEATHER THIS EVENT IS NOW TAKING PLACE ON SATURDAY 8th JUNE ** This field day is an excellent opportunity for locals to learn what ot|
|29 May 2013||6.30pm Dr David Feary, Chancellors Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Fish Ecology Lab, University of Technology, Sydney Latitudinal shifts in coral|
|30 May 2013||Dung beetles are your paddocks ultimate recyclers, capable of burying manure left by a herd of 450 cattle in less than a day. In this workshop landhol|