Claims that the Great Barrier Reef is dead are irresponsible and untrue, Chairman of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority says.Read full article
The Australian and Queensland governments today released the first Reef 2050 Plan annual report showing good progress has been made towards protecting the Great Barrier Reef.Read full article
The owners and insurers of the Chinese bulk carrier Shen Neng 1 have accepted their responsibility to pay for damage caused to the Great Barrier Reef in April 2010 with an agreed payment of $39.3 million plus costs.Read full article
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