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What you didn't know about the popular shad

 Holly Konig (South Coast Sun)     31/03/2017

The South African stock is distinct, meaning we have the responsibility to look after the shad population along our coast.

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30+ Dead dolphins wash up outside Port Elizabeth

 My Port Elizabeth (Google News)    31/03/2017

Shocking aerial footage showing between 30 and 40 dead dolphins washed up on vast stretch of beach in the Sunday's River area off Bird Island has gone viral on social media, after East London-based helicopter pilot Noel Greyling filmed the disturbing discovery on Friday morning, 31 March.

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Damaged sewer pipe replaced following river spill

 Earl Baillache (South Coast Sun)    30/03/2017

The main sewer is now secured.

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Saving every drop at Sembcorp

 Erica Abrahams (North Coast Courier)    30/03/2017

According to the report more than 80 per cent of waste water is released back into the environment without proper treatment

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Climate change alters air flow

 Ian Johnstone (The Independent)    30/03/2017

Extreme weather events

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The Dolphin Coast – going back in time

 Allan Troskie (North Coast Courier)    29/03/2017

My, how you’ve grown, Ballito!

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Call to help conservancy with river weed clearing

 Earl Baillache (South Coast Sun)    28/03/2017

It has been back-breaking work with little or no help from the community.

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Enviro Monday: More microplastic bits in our oceans than stars in our galaxy

 Caxton Cemtral- Zululand Observer    27/03/2017

As many as 51 trillion microplastic particles – 500 times more than the stars in our galaxy – litter our seas, seriously threatening marine wildlife and our health.

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Rare green turtle stranded on Scottburgh beach swims free

 Judi Davis (South Coast Herald)    25/03/2017

Green turtles are found in tropical oceans around the world.

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Litter lingers for much longer than you may think

 Holly Konig (South Coast Sun)     23/03/2017

Some think that by tossing their wrapper out the window or leaving their plastic bottles and straws at beaches or in parks some magical, awesome power will move them far from where they can cause harm to life and nature.

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