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Media Releases

All past media releases from Goulburn Broken CMA, listed chronologically.

Plan to Protect Native Fish on the Boosey Creek

Tuesday 10 April 2007
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority and the Tungamah Fishing Club have prepared a plan to carry out on-ground works along the Boosey Creek to protect native fish.

Advisory committee formed for environmental flow study

Tuesday 3 April 2007
An advisory committee has been formed to assist the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA) with an environmental flow study for the Yea River and its tributaries.

Water Quality Deteriorates in Upper Catchment

Wednesday 28 March 2007
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority has warned water quality has deteriorated after recent heavy rain in the upper part of the catchment.

Lake Mokoan Alternative Plan fails to meet environmental objectives

Monday 26 March 2007
An alternative plan for Lake Mokoan recently proposed by the Broken Irrigator Group would fail to meet environmental objectives because it would not provide a wetland of significance, according to the Goulburn Broken Catchement Management Authority.

Landcare Award for McGregor

Wednesday 28 February 2007
John McGregor from the Burnt Creek Landcare Group is recipient of the Mid Goulburn Broken Implementation Committee (MGBIC) Landcare Award for Excellence 2006.

Heavy rain will lead to poor water quality

Monday 26 February 2007
Heavy rain following fires that devastated parts of the Goulburn Broken Catchment could result in poor water quality.

Drought employment crew clean-up the Goulburn River

Wednesday 21 February 2007
A team of four workers employed by the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority's Drought Employment Program have been cleaning up the river at Shepparton and Mooroopna.

Drought Employment Program delivering Results

Monday 12 February 2007
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority's Drought Employment Program is now in full-swing with crews carrying out work to protect and improve the environment at key sites along the Goulburn River.

Willow species in spotlight

Sunday 4 February 2007
A recent willow identification workshop at Seymour was well attended by staff from the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and local Council Environment Officers.

Drought Employment Program in Full Swing

Wednesday 31 January 2007
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority's Drought Employment Program is now in full-swing with crews carrying out work to protect and improve the environment at several icon sites across the catchment.

Advisory committee needed for Yea River study

Monday 29 January 2007
The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is seeking nominations from landholders on the Yea River and its tributaries to sit on an advisory committee.

Great day at the top

Thursday 2 November 2006
Sixty people from various parts of the Goulburn Broken catchment, and Melbourne, attended the Mount Buller Field Day during National Water Week.

Local anglers to benefit from licence funding

Wednesday 6 September 2006
Anglers will have better access to their favourite fishing spots in the Murray Valley  under a project announced today (Wednesday) by The Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier the Hon Kaye Darveniza.

MP Announces New Funding

Wednesday 6 September 2006
Kaye Darveniza MLC, Lower House Member for Melbourne West Province and Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier, for Multicultural Affairs, visited Mansfield last week to announce funding for habitat works on the Delatite River.

GB CMA Features on ABC National News

Tuesday 5 September 2006
The Drought Employment Program has received positive media attention both locally and nationally. View the ABC television news coverage of the GB CMA Drought Employment Program featuring Shepparton applicant Ewan Mclean.ABC Television - 28 November 2006
Total 778 articles in this section.
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