What: Release of report that shows gaps in scientific monitoring of salmon farm impacts in south-east Tasmania and concerns from local landowners about expansion plans of polluting salmon farms
When: 10.30am Wednesday 1 October
Where: Environment Tasmania meeting room, Level 1, 100 Elizabeth St, Hobart
Who: Rebecca Hubbard, Marine Coordinator, Environment Tasmania and Karen Harvey, Southport landowner
For more information:
Rebecca Hubbard 0401 854 912
Honda Australia is celebrating its 50th Anniversary during 2014, and as a result the company is giving away up to $2,500 ‘Honda Dollars’ with the purchase of selected Honda outboards during the months of May & June. Honda has never offered savings like this, and Honda Marine national manager, Chris New, sees it as the perfect head-start Australian boaters want as they approach Boat Show season.
2014 is a milestone year for Honda, with the company celebrating the 50th anniversary of the very first Honda four-stroke outboard engine, the GB30. A modest 4hp engine, it represented the noble ambitions of Honda’s founder, Soichiro Honda, to manufacture only four-stroke engines for the benefit of the environment and generations to come.
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