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There is a new threat to the Great Barrier Reef in the form of shipping and nearby mining, writes local journalist <b>John Mikkelsen</b>. Will anyone except the Greens talk about it?

Battle for the reef rages below the poll surface

There is a new threat to the Great Barrier Reef in the form of shipping and nearby mining, writes local journalist John Mikkelsen. Will anyone except the Greens talk about it?

The report on the Gladstone harbour development is in its final stages but has been delayed. But local journalist <b>John Mikkelsen</b> reports the delay was not politically motivated.

Nothing fishy about delayed Great Barrier Reef impact report

The report on the Gladstone harbour development is in its final stages but has been delayed. But local journalist John Mikkelsen reports the delay was not politically motivated.

When UNESCO delegates flew out of Australia last week the passionate plea of a Gladstone regional councillor would have been ringing in their ears, writes <b>John Mikkelsen</b>, a freelance journalist, columnist and former regional newspaper editor.

UNESCO hears Barrier Reef gets the thin edge of the dredge

When UNESCO delegates flew out of Australia last week the passionate plea of a Gladstone regional councillor would have been ringing in their ears, writes John Mikkelsen, a freelance journalist, columnist and former regional newspaper editor.

It is the Queensland and federal governments that are proposing to allow the dredging  and dumping of 125  million  cubic metres of potentially toxic sediment in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and World Heritage area, writes Crikey naturalist <b>Lionel Elmore</b>.

91% oppose treating dumping dredge spoil in Great Barrier Reef

It is the Queensland and federal governments that are proposing to allow the dredging and dumping of 125 million cubic metres of potentially toxic sediment in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and World Heritage area, writes Crikey naturalist Lionel Elmore.

The Australian committee of the International Union for Conservation and Nature has warned of a tenfold increase in shipping on the Great Barrier Reef, writes <i>Crikey</i> naturalist <b>Lionel Elmore</b>.

Why our Great Barrier Reef is the cheapest dump going

The Australian committee of the International Union for Conservation and Nature has warned of a tenfold increase in shipping on the Great Barrier Reef, writes Crikey naturalist Lionel Elmore.

It is assumed philosophically by governments that preserving the environment always comes at an economic cost and the carbon tax provides no better example, writes <em>Crikey</em> naturalist <b>Lionel Elmore</b>.

Poorly managed reef, CSG plant to hurt Labor’s chances?

It is assumed philosophically by governments that preserving the environment always comes at an economic cost and the carbon tax provides no better example, writes Crikey naturalist Lionel Elmore.

The World Heritage Committee (WHC) is about to send a delegation to Australia for eight days to look at the Great Barrier Reef, writes Crikey naturalist <b>Lionel Elmore</b>.

Barrier Reef’s World Heritage status at risk of being lost

The World Heritage Committee (WHC) is about to send a delegation to Australia for eight days to look at the Great Barrier Reef, writes Crikey naturalist Lionel Elmore.

There are dire economic consequences for poor environmental management and the pollution from dredging toxic spoil in Gladstone Harbour, writes Crikey naturalist <b>Lionel Elmore</b>.

Erin Brockovich on Gladstone Harbour case as dredging crisis deepens

There are dire economic consequences for poor environmental management and the pollution from dredging toxic spoil in Gladstone Harbour, writes Crikey naturalist Lionel Elmore.

If the fisheries and tourism of the Great Barrier Reef are worth $5 billion per annum, the impact of the Gladstone LNG project alone could be very significant, writes Crikey naturalist <b>Lionel Elmore</b>.

Is the Gladstone gas project too high a price to pay for the reef?

If the fisheries and tourism of the Great Barrier Reef are worth $5 billion per annum, the impact of the Gladstone LNG project alone could be very significant, writes Crikey naturalist Lionel Elmore.

With all this spin, deceit and bluster by the Queensland government, it is easy to forget that all of these fish and public health issues are in and around the Geat Barrier Reef Marine Park World Heritage area, writes Crikey naturalist <b>Lionel Elmore</b>.

Call to stop Gladstone dredging until fish, human health impact resolved

With all this spin, deceit and bluster by the Queensland government, it is easy to forget that all of these fish and public health issues are in and around the Geat Barrier Reef Marine Park World Heritage area, writes Crikey naturalist Lionel Elmore.

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