Newsletter #17: September 2023

The National Drought Forum was held in Rockhampton on the 26th September. Co-hosted by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

Newsletter #17: August 2023

“Resilience”; some people love the word, others find it overused, but no matter what you think of the word it’s

Newsletter #16: July 2023

The Bureau of Meteorology currently maintains an El Niño Alert based on sea surface temperature, weaker than average trade winds,

Newsletter #15: June 2023

In case you haven’t heard, we recently announced and opened the Tropical North Queensland Drought Resilience Grants. We are looking

Newsletter #13: April 2023

It’s lovely to feel the cool change in the weather in our region after a long summer. The Bureau of

Newsletter #12: March 2023

I firstly want to take a moment to acknowledge the challenges the communities in Gulf of Carpentaria are facing with

Newsletter #11: February 2023

Welcome to our first newsletter of the year! You can see that 2023 has already brought extreme flooding and extreme

Newsletter #10: December 2022

What a year the TNQ Hub has had! 2022 saw the Hub fully operationalized, actively collaborating with our community, industries

Newsletter #9: November 2022

Welcome to November’s newsletter. As our Programs continue to kick goals across the region through their activities (you can see

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