Warrnambool City Council appeal for information over Norfolk Island pine tree poisoning

Kyra Gillespie
By Kyra Gillespie
Updated June 15 2021 - 2:13pm, first published January 14 2021 - 5:10am
Poisoned pine: Council infrastructure service manger Luke Coughlan, botanic gardens and trees team leader John Sheely and tree maintenance and planting supervisor Paul Lamb with the poisoned Norfolk pine. Picture: Morgan Hancock

THE deliberate poisoning of a century-old Norfolk Island pine tree on an iconic Warrnambool avenue has been labelled a "disappointing" act by council arborists.

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Kyra Gillespie

Kyra Gillespie

Journalist

Multi-platform journalist and digital / social producer for Australian Community Media, covering all the latest news across south-west Victoria. Got a news tip? Get in touch: kyra.gillespie@austcommunitymedia.com.au | 0475 951 618