Asbestos is the name given to a group of naturally occurring rock minerals. The fibres are strong, heat resistant and have natural insulating properties. Asbestos was used extensively in building products in Australia. All use, import or manufacture of asbestos was banned completely in Australia by 2003.
Project Hope Horse Welfare Victoria, within its goals aims to assist owners and horses where horses are in need and can help in specific ways after natural disasters. Could you please let your local laws officers, fire recovery people and emergency centres know the details below in case we can help.
On behalf of all the Councillors, Management and Staff I would like to thank all those who gave their time to assist others during the fire events around Creighton's Creek. We are constantly reminded of what amazing and resilient communities we have in Strathbogie Shire.
If you require information or support but are unsure where to go, or you have any issues you’d like to discuss, please contact Council’s Municipal Recovery Manager on 5795 0000.
Commonwealth Minister for Justice, Michael Keenan, and Victorian Minister for Emergency Services, Jane Garrett, today announced concessional loans for primary producers directly affected by recent fires in Victoria’s west and north-east....
The purpose of the concessional loan is to fund recovery activities and alleviate the financial burden of expenses incurred by primary producers as a direct result of the specified bushfires during December 2014 and January 2015....
Our team of experienced Rural Financial Counsellors (RFCs) can provide assistance to farmers and small rural businesses in fire affected areas to access available assistance that will help them recover from the financial effects of the December 2014 bushfires in the LGA’s of Benalla, Wangaratta and Moira....
Good waste management practices are essential to ensure a healthy, safe and productive farm enterprise.
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