Past editions - Reef in Brief
- Edition 87 - Royal visit
- Edition 86 - Easter compliance blitz
- Edition 85 - Sip, don't suck
- Edition 84 - Illegal fishing crack down
- Edition 83 - Tackling crown-of-thorns starfish in the Swains
- Edition 82 - Investment boost for the Reef
- Edition 81 - International Year of the Reef 2018
- Special Edition - Season's greetings from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
- Edition 80 - The Reef blueprint for resilience
- Edition 79 - All eyes on the Reef this summer
- Edition 78 - Sex on the Reef
- Edition 77 - Compliance blitz results are in
- Edition 76 - Special spearfishing rules protect the Whitsundays
- Edition 75 - New permission system in the Marine Park
- Edition 74 - Juvenile turtle recovered and released
- Edition 73 - Watch out for whales
- Edition 72 - New rules in the Whitsundays
- Edition 71 - Have your say on key Reef policies
- Edition 70 - Managing for resilience
- Edition 69 - Cyclone's impact on the Reef
- Edition 68 - Mass coral bleaching confirmed
- Edition 67 - Spot checks for coral bleaching
- Edition 66 - Reef celebrated in Google Doodle
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