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Meredith Stanton Jan 20
Not thousands, but hundreds of thousands, of fish dead in Macleay River Report any fish deaths or observations through the Fishers Watch phone line on 1800 043 536.
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Kathryn Fuller 5h
Sometimes I come across a really great quote in an old paper. People just don't write articles like this anymore. Emmons 1965.
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Small Voices Big Thoughts Podcast 6h
Thank you RFS for Keeping us safe.
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🐻 FaulcoBear 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇮🇪🇦🇺 13h
This bloke is so far out of his depth, it's laughable. I used to work with Mick, and I can tell you, he's no Sherlock Holmes! Another gross exaggeration of crime stats by our Police Commissioner.
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💧Jackie Moore 🔥👠🔞🍸🍾🍆🍒🌶🍑🏏 26m
How embarassing for the conflicted miserable ghost snake . Tosser.
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Joanna Mendelssohn 3h
Can you answer ? wont bother asking as he neither knows nor cares
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Kathy Lette Jan 17
A relief to discover some native animals which have survived - although half a billion have perished in these horrific
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FishBean Jan 15
IF I DREW AND SOLD £5-£10 WILDLIFE POSTCARDS AND SENT ALL FUNDS TO AID THE , WOULD ANYBODY BE INTERESTED? - quick charcoal example below, can do digital or pencil sketch too
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Marine Conservation Jan 20
1/4 As much needed rains fall in bushfire-ravaged parts of Victoria and New South Wales, we are concerned for our critical estuaries and coastal waters from run off choked with sediment and ash.
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💧Susan Davis Cushing 🌱 Jan 19
A bit lengthy, this is in fact very worthwhile and set in a tone we can all manage in these tough times. Have a cuppa *FillInTheBlank* and check it out!
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5 News Australia Jan 15
This dog is working hard in saving koalas injured in ’s
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Mark Whalan 7h
Should charities be supplying instadome style shelters to people who are currently homeless while waiting to rebuild ?
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Parks Canada Jan 15
After spending 40 days in , we’d like to welcome home Jane Park & Spencer Verdiel who were part of the first group of Cdns deployed to help crews fight the ongoing fires. We thank them for giving up their holidays and send support to those affected.
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ossie.aussie Jan 15
It’s raining again in Sydney🥰
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Paula McGowan Jan 15
We have been blessed with much needed rain today in Australia, let's hope it can stop some of these awful fires
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Virginia Gordon 9h
‘Not done and dusted’: Severe fire danger returns
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Silver Needle Buds 3h
The hot dry condition that led to extreme fire risk was a function of a positive Indian Ocean Dipole. Now that it is neutral the monsoons have arrived, thus lessening fire conditions over the continent
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Western Sydney ROC 9h
Western Sydney councils are championing recovery initiatives that will support affected communities - including this one from . Cash donations are welcome, and there are collection points are in place for donations.
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RFTTE Jan 16
A few of these popping up around the place... this one in Robertson NSW by the
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Nadia Levett Jan 20
Flow after dark Yoga Silent Disco is back E.N.D. of this month!!!!! This time for the a fundraiser at the Ivy Precinct. I’m down dawg!
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