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A ban on wombat shooting is a step closer after public outrage over a Chinese-run hunting lodge sparked a government probe into why killings were still considered legal in some parts of the state.
It seems to be close to finished. I noticed this morning that the front door is finally complete and that the clock was showing the correct time.
Rainfall for the month of November was a lowly 34.5mm.
After a long break since early June the rainfall amounts at Yea are once again being recorded and logged.
Found by Craig Lloyd at Murrindindi Council and sent to me by Cr Rebecca Bowles.
Apparently there have been problems with people being unable to vote. I have changed the settings so the problem with voting appears to have been solved.
Climate Change Scientist Professor, David Karoly was the second of four high profile guest speakers to participate in a Speaker Series held at the Y Water Discovery Centre on Friday 15 November. David’s presentation, titled ‘Climate change and community responses’ was well attended with nearly 50 guests from across Murrindindi Shire.
Get those fans ready — Australia is in for a grim summer of scorching temperatures and little rain, forecasters are warning.
Each day it seems different, but today being sunny it looks mostly grey with a tinge of green.
December Monthly Rainfall to 10am 2nd – 31.0mm
UGFM Rainfall not recording