Fears Of Moorabool Wind Farm located near CFA’s Contaminated Fiskville Training Site.

June 23, 2019 Debbie Cuthbertson, The Age Talking points Elevated PFAS levels found at 17 sites in Victoria including Fiskville. Humans most commonly exposed by drinking or eating things that contain PFAS. Federal government says no consistent evidence proves PFAS harmful to health. A 2016 study confirmed cancer cluster involving firefighters at CFA Fiskville.  In … Continue reading Fears Of Moorabool Wind Farm located near CFA’s Contaminated Fiskville Training Site.

‘Celebrating the Landscape’ Exhibition-Skipton Hall- 15th & 16th June (updated).

A wonderful collection of Art, Photography, Film, Poems and Stories has been collated to celebrate the beautiful and historically precious landscape at Stockyard Hill, Skipton and surrounds. The contributions displayed opened visitors and the communities eyes to what beauty surrounds them, before the encroachment of an industrial wind farm, it's network of powerlines, towers, roads, construction blasting and mining.

Farmers call on Acciona to halt Mortlake South Windfarm development.

8th May 2019 Rob Gunstone, The Standard, http://www.standard.net.au Hands up for action: Kolora farmer Peter Allen calls for a show of hands to support a moratorium on the windfarm development during the information session. Picture: Rob Gunstone Angry farmers have called for a moratorium on the Mortlake South Windfarm until the developer Acciona improves its community … Continue reading Farmers call on Acciona to halt Mortlake South Windfarm development.

‘Major crisis’: Wind farm fears in wake of Labor’s climate policy.

Alan Jones is concerned Labor’s climate change policy would mean the construction of more wind farms, negatively impacting on rural landowners. A Labor government would aim to cut emissions by 45 per cent by the year 2030. Alan Jones says this proposal would require the construction of far more wind farms. in the Australian countryside. He … Continue reading ‘Major crisis’: Wind farm fears in wake of Labor’s climate policy.

Firms ‘face $1600 power hit’ under Labor

Exclusive- Simon Benson- National Affairs Editor P. 6 THE NATION, The Weekend Australian Mar 9-10 2019 Power prices could rise as much as 35 per cent under Labor's emissions reduction target, adding up to $1600 to the average annual electricity bill of some businesses, according to modelling commissioned by the Menzies Research Centre. The study … Continue reading Firms ‘face $1600 power hit’ under Labor