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Lord Howe Island Wood-feeding cockroach

    The Lord Howe Island Board is a NSW Statutory Authority established under the Lord Howe Island Act, 1953, to administer Lord Howe Island, an unincorporated island territory within the jurisdiction of the State of New South Wales…
    The Lord Howe Island Board is a NSW Statutory Authority established under the Lord Howe Island Act, 1953, to administer Lord Howe Island, an unincorporated island territory within the jurisdiction of the State of New South Wales, Australia, in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand. It comprises seven members, of whom four are directly elected by the island population, and reports directly to the New South Wales Minister for Environment and Heritage, and is responsible for the care, control and management of the island.