Bird stops development

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Subject: Bird stops development
From: Scot Mcphee <>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2008 10:48:02 +1000
John McLaren wrote:
Gavin ,
The bird in question was the Black-throated finch , and the blocks of land were in a " bush block " subdivision done in Townsville , Q'land . The subdivision appeared slightly dodgy , and the developer possibly knew it was a recognised finch habitat . Cheers John ,

Surely the subdivision had to be approved by the council or something though, right? And can't the QLD Government intervene through the land titles office? Government is as thick as two short planks and completely uncoordinated.


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