The Morrison Government is continuing to deliver on its investment in the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM), officially opening the first purpose-built Observing Operations Hub in Hobart, designed to monitor the extreme weather experienced across Tasmania and A
The Morrison Government has unveiled a new $4 million body with the sole focus of reducing the nation’s food waste - a crucial step in its mission to halve the millions of tonnes of food that ends up in landfill every year - by 2030.
Visitors to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park over the holiday period are being urged to play their part in protecting the health of the Reef by following the rules - particularly when it comes to fishing.
Tasmania’s businesses are being encouraged to bring forward new ideas and new technologies for tackling the country’s growing plastic waste challenge as the Recycling Modernisation Fund (Plastics) Grants Program opens today.
With the hope of domestic tourism returning to the Great Barrier Reef, tourism operators, businesses, and individuals with a permit to operate in Reef’s Marine Park will get further relief from the extension of Commonwealth Government fee waivers.
Brisbane will be at the eye of the storm this summer as the Bureau of Meteorology’s lead cyclone management centre for northern Australia, in a season where tropical storms could pose a major threat to communities.
More than 16,000 tonnes of fine sediment will be stopped from entering the Great Barrier Reef thanks to a $6.1 million investment by the Morrison Government to improve water quality flowing from the Burnett River Catchment to the Great Barrier Reef.