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Earless dragon blocks the Narrabundah land swap

By johnboy 4 September 2006 25

The ABC has the unwelcome news that the endangered grassland earless has been discovered on the chunk of land being given to Josip Zivco to save the homes of the Narrabundah long stay caravan park residents.

Unless a way to build around the dragons can be found this could send everyone back to square one.

The ACT Government could always give Zivco the ACT Assembly building and meet at the caravan park, I think that could work for everything.

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VYBerlinaV8 10:48 am 05 Sep 06

I love eating roos, but it’s hard to find people willing to stop the traffic long enough.

Thumper 9:49 am 05 Sep 06


Ciguatera is a form of human poisoning caused by the consumption of subtropical and tropical marine finfish which have accumulated naturally occurring toxins through their diet. The toxins are known to originate from several dinoflagellate (algae) species that are common to ciguatera endemic regions in the lower latitudes.

rare, but can be fatal.

Big Al 8:04 pm 04 Sep 06

There’s some tropical fish disease you can get to – I think the symptoms can be as ‘mild’ as glandular fever type ailments and as severe as peanut anaphalaxis (sp?). the wife of an acquaintance of mine has had this and avoids fish alltogether now.

Mr_Shab 4:56 pm 04 Sep 06

Depends what you were eating. Bigger, longer lived or predatory fish have more mercury in them. So the sardines aren’t a problem, but the tuna and flake aren’t so good.

Absent Diane 4:25 pm 04 Sep 06

I was eating fish for pretty much everynight for a 3 or 4 months a few years ago…. started feeling sick all the time espesh when I ate fish…. no idea if it was some form of mercury poisoning or just growing to hate fish… (which I don’t but eat it far less regularly now)

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