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Cane toad in Eurobodalla puts the shire on alert for the toxic amphibians

  Steve Benjamin shows a photo of the cane toad his family caught in the creek bordering their Catalina backyard to Eurobodalla Shire Council’s Invasive Species Officer Paul Martin. A teenager’s passion for frogs may have saved Eurobodalla from ecological invasion. Charlotte Benjamin, 13, and her family know and love the wildlife in...

Call for submissions to the NSW Bushfire Inquiry

  The NSW Government has commissioned an independent expert inquiry into the 2019-20 bushfire season to provide input to NSW ahead of the next bushfire season. The Inquiry welcomes submissions from bushfire-affected residents, emergency and support personnel, organisations and the general public. Everyone is encouraged to share their experience and tell their story...

300 hot spots keep firies busy on the Far South Coast

Recent scans reveal almost 300 hot spots which require attention over a fire edge that adds up to almost 60km. These are predominately on the Border, Big Jack Mt and Postman’s Trail fires, with only a couple of minor spots on the Badja fire. Latest Far South Coast bushfire update from...