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The final stage of repair work to the Thuraggi Channel in St George is underway after major flooding in 2012 caused significant damage to the civil structure of the watercourse.
Members of Bundaberg’s Saxon Archery Club have hit the bullseye and will be able to continue their sport after SunWater extended the use of its land for another five years.
SunWater is reminding visitors to dams over the coming months that warmer weather could lead to increases in blue-green algae (BGA) blooms.
More than 2000 square metres of rubbish, from domestic waste and furniture, to rusted car bodies and old steel drums, has been illegally dumped near the irrigation channels on Mareeba-Dimbulah Road in Mutchilba.
During National Water Week, SunWater has slammed the actions of three trespassers who were seen with a baby, risking their lives by fishing off the outlet structure at Bundaberg’s Bucca Weir last week.
The school holidays could have ended in tragedy for a group of six, including five children, caught taking risks at Nardellos Lagoon near Walkamin on the Atherton Tableland.
Holidaymakers visiting dams and waterways across regional Queensland are being urged to play it safe these school holidays.
Local wildlife and visitors to the Atherton Tablelands are set to benefit from a revitalisation project at Pelican Point on the banks of Tinaroo Falls Dam, south of Cairns.
Residents and landholders who are downstream from SunWater dams are being asked to sign up to receive emergency alerts from the water supplier.
SunWater has today issued a notice advising of urgent maintenance work on Jack Taylor Weir/Andrew Nixon Bridge, St George, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
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