The Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation (DWLBC) has a website with updates on the regulators and other remediation efforts, click here.
Information on the biggest regulator of them all, the proposed Pomanda Weir.
11 September 2009
One of the larger pumps at Clayton has been brought online and that the remaining units should be pumping by the middle of next week. Most of the water in the Goolwa channel to-date is as a result of runoff from the Finniss River and to a lesser degree, Currency Creek.
5 September 2009
Photos of the progress on the Currency Creek Regulator
16 August 2009
Photos of the finished Clayton Regulator
10 August 2009
Photos of the Currency Creek regulator
9 August 2009
Photos of the Clayton Regulator
1 August 2009
Currency Creek regulator back under construction, this time with sand.
31 July 2009
21 July 2009
Signs recently erected by the DEH have been vandalised...
20 July 2009
In an interview on 891 ‘Morning’ today,... click here
15 July 2009
"The latest news reaching LakesNeedWater this morning is that the Currency Creek and Finniss regulators have been abandoned..." click here
17 June 2009
News release from the office of Hon Karlene Maywald, 17 June 2009
Extracted from the document above:
"Public information sessions outlining the construction schedule and details will be held this Thursday, June 18, at the Clayton Bay Community Hall, from 2-3pm, and at the Alexandrina Council Chambers in Goolwa from 4-5pm."
Read about what went on at the meetings in Goolwa and Clayton Bay.