The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has made it easier for hunters with the launch of the new Restricted Game Hunting Licence (R-Licence) Accreditation Course.
Wild dogs and feral pigs fitted with GPS tracking devices are revealing how they use the landscape in far western NSW.
The Bega Saleyard Stakeholder Advisory Group has been formed with the appointment of Matthew Maddern and Grant Robertson as the local industry representatives following an expression of interest process.
Wellington’s Kennard Park will have a new look when the football season kicks off next year. The most recent Kennard Park renewal project will further support Dubbo Regional Council’s (DRC) commitment to improving sporting infrastructure in the Dubbo region.
A new fenced playground has opened at Evans Park, Kalaru providing a much needed recreational space for the growing number of young families in the area.
Landholders in the Western region wanting to control feral pigs are being encouraged to consider meat baiting, with those that participated in the recent control program for wild dogs eligible to obtain pig strength meat baits which are not currently available throughout wider NSW.
Work is underway on the Windellama Road, with $5.5 million to be spent on the road over the next two years.
Site establishment works have commenced for the construction of the new Murrabrine Bridge on Wandella Road at Cobargo, with major works set to begin in mid-August.
Progress on safely securing Bong Bong Street continues as stakeholders of Bowral’s main thoroughfare continue to work together to resume normal trade.
Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) will continue its successful Playground Improvement Program by installing a new inclusive playground in Macquarie Lions Park, Dubbo. The new and improved play space will replace the existing equipment that has reached its end of useful life.