March 2018

// Planting day for Bangalow koalas Saturday, March 24
// The Turnbull Government's wanton koala destruction
// Survey on Carrier State of Sheep in Chlamydia pecorum Infection.
// Characterization of shifts of koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) intestinal microbial communities associated with antibiotic treatment
// Gloucester protects its koalas
// Plan to protect Campbelltown’s koalas
// Council representatives visit Port Macquarie Koala Hospital
// Management of multiple threats achieves meaningful koala conservation outcomes
// Govt must deliver Koala Strategy: Opposition
// NSW government reinstates land clearing laws ruled invalid
// Identification of stable reference genes for quantitative PCR in koalas
// Dr Rebecca Johnson, wildlife forensic scientist and director of the Australian Museum Research Institute (Koala Genome Project)
// Koala care strong at first community workshop
// Port Stephens residents who gathered 14,000-plus signatures get their day in state parliament but leave disappointed
// Free tallowood seedlings available at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital
// ‘Urgent’ call for Appin Road koala crossings ignored
// Peptides from the Pouch: Marsupial and Monotreme Cathelicidins
// New Biodiversity Laws See Government List All NSW Koalas As Threatened
// North Coast koala populations in danger from land clearing
// 'No coherence': No koala plan in sight a year after submissions closed
// Chlamydia pecorum in Joint Tissue and Synovial Fluid of a Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) with Arthritis
// Milne visit to Bellingen lends support for koala park
// UPDATE: Ballina MP welcomes food hub plan withdrawal
// Vision for Lismore wildlife hospital unveiled

February 2018

// Cryptococcosis in the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus): pathogenesis and treatment in the context of two atypical cases
// Bungonia Wildlife Wonders workshop on February 25
// Protesters block off forest access for almost a fortnight
// SUPER DUMP: Koalas will be evicted to make way for landfill
// Rare sighting of koala in Silverdale
// A predictive habitat model for Koalas Phascolarctos cinereus in north-east New South Wales: Assessment and field validation

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