October 2018

// NSW Koala Strategy and more
// Kevin Anderson claims Gunnedah is not missing out on state koala funding
// 'Scam': Developer to use parkland to offset koala habitat destruction
// A review of koala tree use across New South Wales
// University of Sydney's Pave the Way fundraiser backs Gunnedah koala reasearch
// '360 degrees': Wide-ranging aid needed to stem rapid decline of koalas
// Kootingal ecologist Phil Spark meets with landholders to identify koala habita
// Got koalas on your land? The NSW government might pay you for it
// Environmental and Genetic Considerations for the Conservation of an Arboreal Species: Phascolarctos cinereus
// Gunnedah man employed by Office of Environment and Heritage to look after Blinky Dinkers
// NSW Greens introduce amendments to the Government’s National Park Estate (Reservations) Bill 2018
// More than 160 Fram koalas relocated and 23 euthansed
// Environmental impact assessments can misrepresent species distributions: a case study of koalas in Queensland, Australia
// Koala hospital delighted to meet Wauchope's Koala Sam
// A koala has been spotted at Govetts Leap in Blackheath
// Campbelltown koalas to get their own national park and hospital
// Koala national park promised by NSW Labor
// NSW government failing to protect koalas by ignoring expert advice: Environmentalists
// Call for Labor’s koala national park to extend into Wollondilly
// Heat-seeking drones find Brisbane's hiding koalas
// Council moving forward with plans for koala care forum
// Independent research on north coast koalas

September 2018

// Koala Recovery Strategy approved and Coastal Koala Plan of Management deferred
// A 20-year plan out to enhance Noosa and save the koalas
// Federal MP slammed over Kings Forest 'shovel ready' claims
// Koala genome reveals bitter-sweet secrets
// Office of Environment and Heritage
// 'They don't drop dead': Thirsty koalas flock to Blinky drinkers
// Genetic sequencing answers critical koala questions
// 'Fit' NSW koalas could save species

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