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- Apr 11, 2016
One property I worked on No 22Years ago I worked on three Multi Million dollar homes in Mosman...for a few years. Honestly they are so stuck up, wouldn't be able to get pully jack out of the crack.
you mean the grant that was given direct to needy sporting groups in LNP seat and a few LABOR seats cutting out the top sporting management group so they got their noses out of joint grant?Must have been flooded by that $500, 000 sports grant that's doing the rounds.
need a few more easterly breezes to blow the wet WEATHER inland.But is any flowing west to where it's needed most, to the Paroo/Darling river system?
I think we'll need a cyclone to cross the coast and dump the rain into western QLD/NSW.need a few more easterly breezes to blow the wet WEATHER inland.
NE NSW and SEQ always get the extreme wet weather but it rarely heads further west.
Victoria got a bit of rain but not building a new dam or two means that water just runs off or soaks into the ground and provides no ongoing benefits
It would make the media happy because it would give them the trifecta of Australia......Drought, fires and floods.I think we'll need a cyclone to cross the coast and dump the rain into western QLD/NSW.
This will help the dams and may not show yet in the figures.It’s amazing how Stg turns around the LNP crap to the Labor...I’m certain he is a politician. Full of crap.
Mainly it was the election bimbo National. It was more then 500 grand. It doesn’t matter because for 30 years they help marginal seats even though some strong hold seats...not a penny. Idiot voters both sides. Morons. Where I live...never Labor or independent..they complain all the bloody time. State and federal...morons.This will help the dams and may not show yet in the figures.
Isn't that the resposibility of the Palaszczuk. labour government?In early November, the Mt Nardi fire, which started with a lightning strike weeks earlier, flared up in hot, gusty conditions after a record dry spell.
Dr Kooyman said historical logging amplified the effect of the fire, making it hotter, and extending its reach further than any fire previously.
"Also, the rainforest was logged out and clear-felled and converted to eucalypt forest, which has decreased the area of rainforest and expanded the reach of the fire, and the consequence of that has been dramatic."
But with thousands of neighbours adjoining the park, Nimbin Fire Brigade senior deputy captain Charlie Cohen said they were called to a different section.
He said the cutbacks to NPWS staff, and the resulting reduction in maintenance, nearly cost him and his crew their lives.
Dr Kooyman said the level of attention the nightcap Gondwana species received from government was minimal.
"Compared to Wollemi, there hasn't been the drum-beating so there hasn't been the attention focused on the nightcap," he said.
"Which is ironic, given that in terms of the Gondwanan rainforest, the nightcap represents the highest-value forest in NSW and has more concentration of threatened species than anywhere in Australia."
A rare stand of Gondwana-era rainforest plants has been ravaged by fire in the wet, sub-tropical rainforests of northern NSW.www.abc.net.au