Algaecide chemical blamed for fish deaths

Hundreds of koi and other carp species have died after the City of Rockingham treated a lake with an algaecide product which, in turn, reduced oxygen levels in the water, killing them. On the weekend of December 22 and 23, Shoalwater residents noticed what they described to the Sound Telegraph …

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Nats leader lashes out at animal activists

Nationals leader Michael McCormack has accused some animal activists of stopping at nothing to kill off live exports after money was reportedly offered to whistleblowers for incriminating footage. And Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he is “very disappointed” the politics surrounding live exports has led to such behaviour. Animals Australia …

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Australia Day attraction sure to a-maze

Families will get lost in the fun this Australia Day and a new attraction is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Middleton Beach will be a hive of fun and activity at the Middleton Beach and Australia Day Festival from January 20-26. This year, an exciting addition to the festival is …

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Penhill tops Stayers’ Hurdle entries | Racing News

Last Updated: 17/01/19 1:07pm Penhill – tops Cheltenham entries Last year’s winner Penhill is one of a record number of Irish entries among the 51 possibles for the Sun Racing Stayers’ Hurdle at Cheltenham on March 14. Willie Mullins has 11 of the 23 Irish-trained horses engaged at this stage, …

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