News: Environment

Polygiene partners with KVRA to develop multiple-use and environment-friendly jiu-jitsu apparel

Polygiene®, the global leader in branded ‘stays fresh technologies’, has partnered with Brazilian brand KVRA - a market leader in the jiu-jitsu and MMA arena - to become…

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May 19, 2021 Design / Environment / Sport / Technology /

 
 

Penrith City Council tests new walking grid initiative in Kingswood

Penrith City Council’s co-designed new walking grid in Kingswood - The Live, Work, Play Grid - starts in Wainwright Park and encourages local residents, students and workers to walk…

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May 19, 2021 Design / Environment / Parks / Play / Recreation /

 
 

Perth landmarks go red in celebration of National Volunteer Week 2021

Perth landmarks including the Bell Tower, Optus Stadium, Matagarup Bridge and the Elizabeth Quay Bridge are lit up red this National Volunteer Week, May 17th-23rd - acknowledging the…

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May 19, 2021 Arts / Environment / Sport / Venues /

 
 

Zoos SA announce another successful Tasmanian Devil breeding season at Monarto Safari Park

Zoos SA has announced that another successful breeding season for the endangered Tasmanian Devil, has seen nine little devils joining the wild family at Monarto Safari Park. After recent…

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May 18, 2021 Attractions / Education / Environment / Zoos /

 
 

Victorian Government commits to planting half a million trees in Melbourne’s west

The Victorian Government has announced that it will fund the planting of 500,000 trees in Melbourne’s west starting in September. Aiming to build ‘green canopies’ that…

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May 18, 2021 Environment / Government / Parks /

 
 

Parks and Leisure Australia regional conference looks to create a climate for change

Exploring the creation of a ‘climate for change’, around 150 Parks and Leisure Australia (PLA) members attended the organisations NSW/ACT and Queensland regional conference in…

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May 17, 2021 ByYvette Audet Consultants / Environment / Events / Parks / Recreation /

 
 

New fencing to protect Fraser Island dingoes and visitors

New $2 million fencing around Orchid Beach on K’gari (Fraser Island) to reduce interactions between the island’s dingo population and visitors has been announced by the…

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May 16, 2021 Environment / Parks / Safety / Tourism /

 
 

Management plan released for Kings Park and Botanic Garden

The Western Australian Government has released the Kings Park and Botanic Garden Management Plan 2021-2026 - which guides the management of the park over the next five years. Developed by…

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May 15, 2021 Environment / Parks / Recreation / Tourism /

 
 

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