We have already submitted to DPaW the next 6 species to be assessed about 12 months ago, but recent advice from DPaW is that the list will not be looked at for another 5 years. I have written back to the Minister that we don't accept the decision and will continue to apply pressure to see additional species added to the list. We will be doing our best to make it easier for DPaW to assess the final 20 species sooner rather than later, they just need some help getting there. One poll came through today mentioning that Labor is ahead in the state, so I suggest everyone keep sending emails to MPs and Ministers and express your dissatisfaction with this decision. We have contacted the shadow minister for the environment and he will be putting some questions to the minister and we have asked for FOI documents to assist in understanding the DPaW decision not to look at the list for 5 years and have a number of other FOI applications to submit as we move forward with our lobbying. It's a slow process but we will get there in the end, we have already out lasted 4 ministers and numerous DEC/DPaW officers so we are a better than even bet at achieving our goal.