Tag Archives: Regent Honeyeater

Court challenge to overturn HEZ development approval

from ABC Newcastle Posted Tue 3 Feb 2015, 11:33am PHOTO: Friends of Tumblebee said the steel fabrication plant will have a disastrous impact on the critically endangered bird, the Regent Honeyeater. (Friends of Tumblebee) MAP: Kurri Kurri 2327 A dispute over the approval of an industrial development in the Hunter Valley heads back to the Land and Environment Court today.

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Environmentalists concerned industrial estate will lead to extinction of threatened bird

Environmentalists concerned industrial estate will lead to extinction of threatened bird Updated about 9 hours agoTue 14 Oct 2014, 5:11am PHOTO: The critically endangered Regent Honeyeater.(Friends of Tumblebee) MAP: Cessnock 2325 Environmentalists say plans to develop an industrial estate near Cessnock could ultimately lead to the extinction of a bird species. A new study has found the Hunter Economic Zone

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OPINION: The case for saving regent honeyeaters

As many of you know Friends of Tumblebee is currently mounting a Land & Environment Court challenge to a decision by Cessnock Council to approve a development which would clear 3.2 hectares of Regent Honeyeater habitat in the HEZ. This excellent article from Birdlife Australia explains the situation. James Ryan OPINION: The case for saving regent honeyeaters By Mick Roderick June

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Call for new national park to protect regent honeyeater

In a great step forward for our campaign the NSW Environment Minister has stated publicly she is open to a creating more National Park for the Regent Honeyeater.!  Please sign our petition on the Friends of Tumblebee page. James Ryan Call for new national park to protect regent honeyeater ABC News Friday 11 April 2014 PHOTO: The critically endangered regent honeyeater.(Friends of Tumblebee)

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