Month: June 2017

  • Media Release – 25 June 2017

    BRUNY ISLAND COMMUNITY GROUPS TO PULL OUT OF GOVERNMENT’S TOURISM PLANNING PROCESS Community groups on Bruny Island have voted to withdraw from the Government’s tourism planning process. The Bruny Island Community Association (BICA) and the Bruny Island Environment Network (BIEN) have taken this stand because they say that the current tourism destination planning process does […]

  • Bruny Island Cat Control Project – Update by Jenny Boyer

    In this article Jenny Boyer gives an update on the Federally funded feral cat project, Kingborough Council progress on domestic cat control, the recent Wildlife Monitoring project and suggests the use of Feral Scan phone app to record any sightings you have of feral species on Bruny. “At the end of May I attended a […]

  • Bruny Island trials world-leading battery storage system to secure energy future

    Tasmania’s Bruny Island community is forging ahead with a world-leading trial of battery storage this weekend.The new system will allow thirty-five residential customers to create a “virtual power plant”, that both supports their own energy needs and feeds back into the grid. Andrew Fraser, Network Innovation Team Leader at TasNetworks, joined Leon Compton on ABC […]