Several incidences of dog attack were listed in the Busselton Magistrates Court on Tuesday (30/4), the outcomes of which reflect the need for responsible dog ownership. Our community is not prepared to tolerate dog attacks and irresponsible dog ownership.
In one instance a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, which was being walked by a friend of the owner, attacked a Husky.
Many of you would have found it difficult seeing the thousands of dead fish in the Vasse estuary, at Wonnerup. I agree that this is not a sight we want to see or we want our City to be renowned for.
James Spath, Business Systems Analyst – GIS at the City of Busselton, continues to shine in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) – so much so that he has now been awarded the National Award of Professional of the Year by the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI), positioning him at the top of this rapidly changing and dynamic field of information technology.
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The large-scale fish death incident which occurred in the Wonnerup Inlet earlier this month was of very great concern to the City and highlights the systemic problems associated with management of waterways in the City of Busselton.
Tragic as this most recent incident has been, it has served to highlight the need for a different approach to addressing serious and long-standing wat