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Environmental water is being deliver to a range of inner-floodplain native plant communities in the marshes such as reed beds and water couch meadows while supporting migratory waterbirds and native fish and keeping waterbird colony sites healthy.
22
Jul
2013
Television and Computer Recycling Scheme services are now available across the country for householders and small businesses to drop off their unwanted TVs and computer products to be recycled, free of charge.
16
Jul
2013
Musicians that wish to bring musical instruments, that are made from CITES-listed species, into or out of Australia are required to apply for the relevant import and export permits. Australia does not implement the 'passport' system as described in CITES Resolution Conf. 16.8
12
Jul
2013
Environmental water is being provided to the Loddon and Campaspe Rivers and lower Broken Creek for the overarching purpose of improving and maintaining the ecological health and resilience of these systems.
09
Jul
2013
The Commonwealth Environmental Water Office has released a tender for the Long Term Intervention Monitoring Project.
03
Jul
2013
Fees for wildlife trade permit applications have changed. For further information see the new fee structure.
01
Jul
2013
See the list of grants awarded under the 2013-14 round.
26
Jun
2013
The Australian simplified list of CITES species has been updated to reflect changes to the species listed on the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).
12
Jun
2013
Approximately 50 species havebeen listed or have had a change of status.
10
Jun
2013
Damage to marine ecosystems by trawling in the area of the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery – decision not to list as a Key Threatening Process on 30 May 2013
05
Jun
2013

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