|megpie71 (megpie71) wrote,|
@ 2017-01-04 07:52:00
What Went Right - 4 JAN 2017
Another three stories of "What went right" (as opposed to "what went wrong") from the mainstream media.
Rebuilding agriculture industry 10 years after Esperance floods by Tara de Landgrafft for WA Country Hour (ABC Radio, Western Australia)
A profile of the recovery process in Esperance, over the ten years following a once-in-a-lifetime storm which flooded out the town and surrounding region.
Australia's first Aboriginal grower group established in Western Australia by Tyne Logan for WA Country Hour (ABC Radio, Western Australia)
This article is a brief profile of the Noongar Land Enterprises group, a group set up to assist Aboriginal farmers with finding investors and markets for their produce.
Night parrot's drinking habits revealed in research expected to help habitat management by Kathy McLeish (ABC Queensland)
Scientists have discovered new information about the drinking habits of the endangered night parrot, which may aid in assisting the species to recover from near-extinction (the species was originally thought to have died out about 75 years ago, but a group of them were rediscovered in south-west Queensland in 2013).
So there's our three stories for today. If you've found anything about "what went right" in your media feed, why not share a link in the comments?
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