A selection of past news items reflecting on the role of WPSQ in protecting our environment.
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When your children ask you, ‘What did you do to save the koala?’ what will you say?
The koala is likely to become extinct in South-East
The Queensland Government has started a process to reform the Vegetation Management Act to protect some types of regrowth vegetation.
The Queensland election will be held on 21 March 2009. If you want the best for the environment, who should you vote for?
The Queensland Government has asked for public comment on the Draft South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009–2031.
The federal government realises the current fragmented approach to managing Australia’s biodiversity is not working and it’s time for a new strategy.
A draft federal strategy plan has been created that recognises Read more
The Wandoan Coal Project, if it goes ahead, will cover approximately 32 000ha west of Wandoan, and comprise an
Redland Shire koalas need our support to protect their habitat from urban development.
Redland Shire Council wants to develop bushland in koala population areas despite…
Platypus are air-breathing mammals that must come to the surface at least every five minutes. This means that they are susceptible to drowning if they are caught in a trap underwater.
The East Coast Inshore Fin Fishery is the largest and most complex fishery in Queensland waters. The fishery extends