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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Mar 30
Have you heard about the new Rainbow Radar? It's just outside the town of and will provide significant benefits to Southern agriculture, along with aviation, transport sector, emergency services, and the public.
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Peter Faull Jan 17
$500k goes along way in the too
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Mallee CMA Sep 11
Eastern Banjo Frog 🐸 SOUND ON 🔊 Sometimes referred to as pobblebonk, due to the noise they make! The Eastern Banjo frog is found in the Mallee - you can help monitor this species and other frogs by using the FrogID app
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Mallee CMA Sep 24
PROJECT MANAGER - New role 🌱 Play a pivotal role in planning, developing and implementing strategic projects to contribute to the region's economic and productive outcomes. Applications close: 8 October 2020. More info:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria Sep 8
⚠️A Warning has been issued for THURSDAY morning for the and forecast districts, with temperatures down to -1 degree.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria Sep 10
⚠️A Sheep Graziers Warning has been issued for the , , , ,, and forecast districts for SATURDAY, with moderate to heavy falls possible.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria Sep 17
The parched has received well below average rainfall over the last 2 years, including a drier-than-average winter this year. So tomorrow's forecast of widespread falls of 10-20mm, with local totals of 30-40mm, is welcome news for some.
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La Trobe University Nov 20
What happens to biodiversity when ravages an area—how long does it take for the land to recover? Prof. Michael Clarke has been studying the relationship between and fauna in the region, and has built one of the world's largest fire ecology datasets.
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Chief Health Officer, Victoria Nov 18
There’s a heat health alert issued for the for Wednesday. First really significant heat for the season so follow tips on Better Health Channel to stay safe and to know who to check in on.
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Judy O'Connell Nov 19
At ’s Open for Business event, Mayor Cr Carolyn Stewart and CEO Anthony Judd officially signed up to become friendly – great to have you on board!
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Robert Davis Mar 11
Coming into flower in the herbarium gardens, Eucalyptus rhodantha
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Wimmera SM LLEN Aug 17
Recruiting teachers is an ongoing challenge for our and schools Please complete the Victorian Priority Schools Teacher Survey
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Bull Oak Well Angus Jun 26
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Sandra Godwin Sep 22
grain grower Ian Hastings reflects on close call with fire during harvest
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Mallee CMA Sep 21
Employment Opportunities - Agricultural Sector 🌱 We have several opportunities in the field including: • Fencing work • Revegetation and weed management • Pest management • GIS field work • Supervisors Visit our website for more info
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Diana Roy Jul 5
Macrocarpa is a very unique species of having what Australians usually refer to as a type habit of growth. A species with ‘stunning’ characteristics like interesting , & fascinating bark. 🌿🍃🌿
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Wimmera SM LLEN Jul 25
Love to get some rain in the Frosty mornings and big blue sky days June and July rainfall well below average
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Mallee Sustainable Farming Mar 30
WE'RE GETTING DIGITAL THIS WEDNESDAY! Online Meeting with for & Growers. Bring all your pulse questions! It's an interactive mtg! Tune into Zoom from 8.30am on Wed:
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Wimmera Development Association Jun 23
The and southern is a great place to live and work - but what can we do to increase its liveability? Share your feedback with Wimmera Southern Mallee Regional Partnership's innovation project: ping
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Brooke Littlewood Feb 15
Not sure if this is in Pete’s job description, but if it was he would probably get the sack for using glass cleaner on suede 😂 points to him for being a deadset legend though. I’m forever returning to the office from on farm reporting jobs covered in soil.
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