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Whale Coast Conservation newsletter June 2015

The Whale Coast Conservation newsletter June 2015 contains interesting and informative articles on the abalone situation in South Africa, the Schools Expos held in the Overberg over the past month, the future of fisheries in South Africa andRead more

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Load shedding in the South Peninsula and the Overberg Wednesday, 13 May

For today it seems you can pack away your gas cookers and lamps! No load shedding expected.

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Whale Coast Conservation newsletter for May 2015

In the Whale Coast Conservation newsletter for May 2015:.. a talk by Dr Serge Raemaekers on the Economic and Social Consequences of Abalone Poaching and comments by Professor Michael Orren on the effects climate change is likely to haveRead more

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Report on Renewable Energy workshop hosted by Bantamsklip Organisation in Stanford

"Our strategy is to marshal support for our position locally and nationally and to demonstrate through research and public awareness that the building of such a facility (a nuclear power plant on the farm "Groot Hagelkraal" at Bantamsklip) willRead more

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Ageing gracefully in Stanford – what are the needs of the village?

Should there be Meals on Wheels type of service? What about a security buzzer system for people living on their own? Transport when you can't drive your car anymore? Is house sharing an option?

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Male wood duck on Klein River in Stanford

An unusual avian visitor is bobbing around in the Klein River in Stanford – a male wood duck (Aix sponsa) whose natural distribution is on the East and West coasts of the North American continent.

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