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The Dambusters Newsletter - October/November 2009 Edition


The Oct/Nov  Dambusters is now online.  Highlights include:

 President’s Report ...p 1

 Coordinator-General’s Report in a  nutshell...p. 2 & 3

 5 things to do right now...p.4

 Understanding River Flows...p.5

 Paradise Court Case...p. 6

ECOLOGIST SAYS “BE AWARE”


A great read, capturing the essence of the situation the campaign is currently in. Feel free to use it to give you ideas for your own letters to Garrett, Rudd, Swan and Wong.

LETTER WRITER'S CALL TO ARMS. Your river needs you now


The countdown is on for Peter Garrett and Kevin Rudd to decide the future of the Mary River. It's critical that we tell him, right now, what we think!
 
On the letter generator are six totally new letters.
 
Time is of the essence. We ask you to print them out and post them as soon as you can. Remember that an individualised letter is even better so by all means create your own.
 

Special Bulletin on Bligh announcement today


Everything you need to know about today's surprise announcement by Anna Bligh is in this special Dambusters Bulletin.

The Dambusters Newsletter - August/September 2009 Edition


The Aug/Sept  Dambusters is now online.  Highlights include:

President’s Report ...p 1
 
Reflections on water use...p. 2
 
Kandanga 1000...p.3 and 7
 
Estuarine health report...p.6
 
Calendar of upcoming events...p.8

$75m? Don't ask what it is for - just hand it over.


Some video comments on QWI's budget process from recent government estimates committee hearings. Excerpt from the TravestonSwamp online forum. http://travestonswamp.info/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4634

Date claimer: Kandanga 1000 horse ride on 19th & 20th September 2009








There is a great event coming up -

The Dambusters Newsletter - July 2009 Edition


The Dambusters is now online.  Highlights in this issue include:

Horrific fish kill ...p 2

Fundraising raffles...p3

Desal a viable alternative...p3

Dugong candle spectacular...p4

Calendar of upcoming events...p6

Submission to the EPBC Act bilateral agreement between the state and federal government


The federal government has called for public comment on the existing bilateral agreement between the federal government and the Qld state government concerning the assessment of projects under the federal Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) act.

Making your dollar go further for Paradise


Consider this.  Just imagine you had $500.  Presumably you got it as income  which means it isn't really all  yours, some of it will have to go to the tax  office.  If your income is less than $30 000  you'd lose $75 of it. Should your income be a little more, say up to $75 000, you'd lose $150 of  it, up to $150 000, the slice would  be $200, while if you were in the fortunate position of having a taxable income over this, you'd lose $225 of your original $500.

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