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AllAfrica.com
President Sisi Reviews Agriculture Ministry VisionPresident Abdel Fattah El Sisi held a meeting with Minister of Agriculture and
President Sisi Reviews Agriculture Ministry Vision
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi held a meeting with Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation to review the ministry's vision to develop the agricultural sector, said spokesman for the presidency Alaa Youssef. The ministry aims at achieving a... Read more
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The Herald News
Fall River man accused of selling ill dogs, facing R.I. charges PROVIDENCE — A Fall River man is being charged with importing dogs into Rhode
Fall River man accused of selling ill dogs, facing R.I. charges
The Herald News / Posted 3 days ago
PROVIDENCE — A Fall River man is being charged with importing dogs into Rhode Island without valid importation certificates or certificates of veterinarian inspection.The Rhode Island... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Is the Pearl up for grabs?Trincomalee, we are taught in school, has one of the world's largest natural ha
Is the Pearl up for grabs?
Sunday Observer / Posted 6 days ago
Trincomalee, we are taught in school, has one of the world's largest natural harbours. School does not teach us much more about Trincomalee even today - unless we study international affairs at the university. The marginalised nature of this harbour... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculateUrban sprawl and rising land prices will cause the share of Sydney's vegetables
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculate
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Urban sprawl and rising land prices will cause the share of Sydney's vegetables grown within the city's food basin to crash to just 1 per cent in the next 15 years. A major study has found that pressure on local farmers threatens the existence of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculateThe share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash.
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculate
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
The share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash. Urban sprawl and rising land prices will cause the share of Sydney's vegetables grown within the city's food basin to crash to just 1 per cent in the next 15 years. A... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculateThe share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash.
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculate
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
The share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash. Urban sprawl and rising land prices will cause the share of Sydney's vegetables grown within the city's food basin to crash to just 1 per cent in the next 15 years. A... Read more
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The Young Witness
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculateThe share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash.
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculate
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
The share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash. Urban sprawl and rising land prices will cause the share of Sydney's vegetables grown within the city's food basin to crash to just 1 per cent in the next 15 years. A... Read more
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7d
Western Advocate
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculateThe share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash.
Sydney's vegetable basin losing ground to urban sprawl as land bankers speculate
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
The share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash. Urban sprawl and rising land prices will cause the share of Sydney's vegetables grown within the city's food basin to crash to just 1 per cent in the next 15 years. A... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Made in the Berkshires: Hosta Hill Foods cultivates success with fermented vegetablesGREAT BARRINGTON — It's hard to describe exactly what Hosta Hill owners Maddie
Made in the Berkshires: Hosta Hill Foods cultivates success with fermented vegetables
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 7 days ago
GREAT BARRINGTON — It's hard to describe exactly what Hosta Hill owners Maddie Elling and Abe Hunrichs do. Are they farmers? Are they fermenters? Are they doing something else? "We call ourselves homesteaders," Elling said. "Hosta Hill isn't a farm;... Read more
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KTUU Anchorage
ChemChina offers $43 billion for Switzerland's SyngentaA giant Chinese chemical company is betting the farm on agriculture. State-own
ChemChina offers $43 billion for Switzerland's Syngenta
KTUU Anchorage / Posted 10 days ago
A giant Chinese chemical company is betting the farm on agriculture. State-owned ChemChina said Wednesday it has offered a whopping $43 billion for the Swiss company Syngenta, a huge global supplier of pesticides and seeds. If it goes through, the... Read more
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The Maui News
Opportunity to transition to agrarian economic societyJob opportunities and tax revenues suffer as a result of fallow fields. Some pe
Opportunity to transition to agrarian economic society
The Maui News / Posted 13 days ago
Job opportunities and tax revenues suffer as a result of fallow fields. Some people only consider "highest and best use" related to personal finances rather than revenues realized continuously if used for agriculture. "Fake Farms" are detrimental for... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Kennel co-owner faces chargesLOWELL - The co-owner of a Tyngsboro kennel has been charged with animal cruelt
Kennel co-owner faces charges
Lowell Sun / Posted 14 days ago
LOWELL - The co-owner of a Tyngsboro kennel has been charged with animal cruelty, accused of failing to care for a puppy she was told was infected with the dangerous Parvo virus. Susan Robson, 46, pleaded not guilty in Lowell District Court on... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Kennel co-owner accused of animal crueltyLOWELL -- The co-owner of a Tyngsboro kennel has been charged with animal cruel
Kennel co-owner accused of animal cruelty
Lowell Sun / Posted 16 days ago
LOWELL -- The co-owner of a Tyngsboro kennel has been charged with animal cruelty, accused of failing to care for a puppy she was told was infected with the dangerous Parvo virus. Susan Robson, 46, pleaded not guilty in Lowell District Court on... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Gov’t plans doubling budget to P3.2B for free Wi-Fi project The government is doubling the budget of its Free Wi-Fi Internet Access in Pu
Gov’t plans doubling budget to P3.2B for free Wi-Fi project
Manila Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
The government is doubling the budget of its Free Wi-Fi Internet Access in Public Places project to cover class one and two municipalities and make it easier to reach the original target... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
DOST’s P1.4-B free Wi-Fi project goes nationwide The P1.408-billion free Wi-Fi project of the Department of Science and Techno
DOST’s P1.4-B free Wi-Fi project goes nationwide
Manila Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
The P1.408-billion free Wi-Fi project of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) will now be available nationwide. DOST’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Office (DOST-ICT... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lack of Rain Affects PhaneGaborone — The Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism, through the Depar
Lack of Rain Affects Phane
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
Gaborone — The Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism, through the Department of Forestry and Range Resources informs the public that the recent heat wave and lack of rain has severely affected the mophane worms. According to a press release,... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Stalemate over the dam?Sudanese Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour says that his country “will not allo
Stalemate over the dam?
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 29 days ago
Sudanese Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour says that his country “will not allow” anything to threaten Egypt or Sudan’s water security, He was speaking during a visit to Cairo this week. While the statement could be regarded as possible support for... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Table Hoppin': Some new faces will vie for Worcester's Best Chef titleExpect the unexpected at this year’s annual Worcester’s Best Chef competition s
Table Hoppin': Some new faces will vie for Worcester's Best Chef title
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
Expect the unexpected at this year’s annual Worcester’s Best Chef competition scheduled Jan. 31 in Mechanics Hall in Worcester. For starters, chefs new to the competition will bring their culinary wizardry to the table, joining seasoned chefs ready... Read more

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