THEY ARE REFUGEES too. The wildlife, dispossessed, shot out, and now, with their food, water and remaining habitat dried out and burned, even more in need: those that didn’t die
THE DEVASTATING CURROWAN bushfire threatening coastal communities and bush habitats north of Bateman’s Bay (see RFS map in the linked report) could threaten the Bay itself and areas further south.
MILLIONS OF NATIVE animals have been killed and survivors deprived of food, shelter and water thanks to the unprecedented bushfires sweeping the country, on the back of extensive drought. The
BRAIDWOOD MAY NEED to rely on water from Canberra being trucked in as the historic town’s own water source, the Shoalhaven River, continues to dry up. A report to QPRC’s final
IF YOU’VE BEEN following the bushfire crisis on social media and elsewhere, you may have seen reports of benevolent wombats herding other animals to shelter into their fire-proof burrows. These stories
Featuring live music by Canberra Advocates Australia Day (Sunday 26 January) 4–8pm $15 donation ticket to Wamboin Rural Fire Brigade with Australia Day specials on the menu Grilled Australian prawns, garlic toast with
Does one drink a day damage your health? You’ve no doubt heard the common wisdom that a drink at the end of a long day does you good. Maybe it’s the antioxidants