The pain was unbelievable – trail bike rider who fell 10m down a mine shaft to sue – Sydney Morning Herald – 10 July 2020

10 July 2020Sydney Morning Herald A tradesman who fell ten metres down an unmarked mine shaft while trail biking with his son in a state forest is preparing to sue the Forestry Corporation of NSW. Brad Osborne, a 53-year-old concreter, was knocked unconscious, broke ribs and both ankles, dislocated his arm, fractured a shoulder, tore … Continue reading The pain was unbelievable – trail bike rider who fell 10m down a mine shaft to sue – Sydney Morning Herald – 10 July 2020

Emergency Departments evolving with trauma – The Examiner – 10 January 2020

10 January 2020The Examiner +5 The popularity of Tasmania's growing mountain bike industry is not just being felt on the trails themselves. The state's emergency departments have also experienced a spike in presentations related to mountain bike trauma, with an increase in the number and severity of injuries presenting to the Launceston General, Scottsdale and … Continue reading Emergency Departments evolving with trauma – The Examiner – 10 January 2020

Pain from short term stays – Mountain Views Mail – 21 June, 2019

"Over the past year I have been contacted by many constituents concerned about the growing popularity of online hospitality services like Airbnb and Stayz, and some of the impacts these services have on the Yarra Valley." https://mountainviews.mailcommunity.com.au/news/2019-06-21/pain-from-short-term-stays/?fbclid=IwAR0x-9On69zyUZ4PQGefXvnanQ8JTuuec7PfZ3A8z3CGBjdwTqvATKAmMp0

After Everest, we have to rethink the places we are loving to death – The Guardian – 19 June 2019

Cheap flights, internet bookings, opportunistic businesses and no small amount of status competition is driving record crowds towards popular destinations. In 1995, global tourist arrivals numbered 525 million; last year, they reached 1.4 billion. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/jun/19/after-everest-we-have-to-rethink-the-places-we-are-loving-to-death?fbclid=IwAR2ecwUf3OZAWs8M-C-9X_i1cdNvMe4Ga0zAMhBGTgLhS4F2RX3wzyeR7cI

Yallourn Public Forum – dust and ash pollution and your rights

The poor of Warburton and environs are being shifted to Moe as it is getting increasingly difficult to find accommodation here in the Upper Yarra Valley. "Are you seeing more ash and coal dust than usual on garden vegetables, in your garage and around the house and yard?" You’re not the only person who is … Continue reading Yallourn Public Forum – dust and ash pollution and your rights