Bunyip fire victims feel abandoned 11 months on

Bunyip Complex Fires Community Recovery Committee president Tony Fitzgerald (left) assists fire affected residents Katie Turnbull, Suellen Deane, and Karen Shift in their fight for financial support.

Along the road to Tonimbuk Recovery Centre, there is regrowth on the blackened trees and landscape. While the environment has begun its natural recovery process, fire affected residents still have a long road ahead. Thirty homes were destroyed in the

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Tonimbuk Hall reopens early for bushfire affected community

General Manager of Livable Communities Tracy Parker, Deputy President of the Bushfire Recovery Centre Sue McMahon and the Tzuchi Foundations Mei Cockerell gathered on Wednesday to support and speak with one and other as they journey towards getting their community back on it’s feet after the bushfires.

Amidst another bushfire emergency, this time in East Gippsland, the Bushfire Recovery Centre at Tonimbuk Hall reopened early last week to support the community ravaged by bushfire in March. Confronted by images of current harrowing bushfires, for those who faced

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Protest march at Tonimbuk

Mount Cannibal Preservation Group spokesman Bill Pearson shows a poster drawn by noted cartoonist Mark Knight promoting an upcoming community walk to highlight opposition to plans for a quarry next to the reserve.

Opposition to a proposed quarry near the Mount Cannibal reserve at Tonimbuk will be reinforced at a community walk on November 12. The Mount Cannibal Preservation Group and Friends of Mt Cannibal are spearheading the protest march at which any

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