Environment

Canal Wall Failure – A Growing Concern

It is Your Legal Obligation. Owners of waterfront properties are legally responsible for the care and maintenance of their own canal walls. This change of

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A Feat for Sand: The World’s First Sand Bypass System

The Gold Coast needed a Seaway, a permanent entrance for navigation that could withstand ocean swells. But with it came the challenge of addressing natural

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Are your yabbie traps legal?

Do you know that platypus live in our very own Gold Coast freshwater creeks? If not, that’s ok. Most of us do not know it

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Sea Wasp Straddie’s rescue boat

The Wasp Creek Rural Fire Brigade (WCRFB), like any Rural Fire Brigade, is a volunteer fire and rescue service that operates primarily within the suburbs

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The story of Gold Coast Sand

Did you know that there are more stars in our universe than grains of sand on all the beaches on earth? And that the stories

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A win for the Pin, after litter finds the Bin

What do you get up to on a Sunday morning? Throw on the first shirt you find and head to the shed to finish sanding

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Improvements at Doug Jennings Park

Public and visitor experience of Doug Jennings Park will be enhanced with new public toilet facilities. Gold Coast Waterways Authority (GCWA) CEO, Hal Morris, said

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Humpbacks in the limelight

From May to November every year, the humpback whales stage a grand nature show in Gold Coast waters. Juliet Saltmarsh goes behind the scenes to

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Whale Migration Safety Ensured

In Australia, whale migration begins in late May until November, with June to November tagged as whale watching season.   Members of Queensland’s Marine Animal

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Connecting People Who Care

Despite concerns about the health and sustainability of Gold Coast’s waterways, finally there is some good news.   There is a growing trend of community

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