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2014/11/26 05:18
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Victoria: Travel guide and things to do Nov 26 2014 at 5:11 AM For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable...
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2014/11/24 20:23
2014/11/24 20:23
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... it comes to livestock biosecurity management. The concerns were aired at a recent meeting of the Warwick and district AgForce branch, where attendees said greater responsibilities were now...
2014/11/23 21:26
2014/11/23 21:26
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After featuring strongly at the last state election, the environment appears to have fallen off the radar at the upcoming Victorian state election. WHILE TALES OF LIBERAL disunity and the erratic...
2014/11/23 20:23
2014/11/23 20:23
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... is great, it's a positive… it gives greater market access and that has to be good." Cattle Council of Australia president Howard Smith said he'd heard concerns from local abattoirs...
2014/11/22 13:50
2014/11/22 13:50
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... difficult to disagree with helicopter pilot James Wiseman when he says: “To get the best out of the place you’ve got to get up early.” The desert is less ochre dirt than khaki mulga scrub...
2014/11/21 15:10
2014/11/21 15:10
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John Temple of Chase Farm, Roughley, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands has been appointed as the British Limousin Cattle Society’s (BLCS) Honorary President. Serving a two-year term of office, and...
2014/11/21 04:41
2014/11/21 04:41
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Jeremy Miller have come together for the first time to talk about the highlights, and lowlights, of the job. Don Macinnis was the manager for four months between August and December 1988. "The...
2014/11/20 20:41
2014/11/20 20:41
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What's making news on the Mid-North Coast, regional Australia and beyond this morning. Looks like this will be the order of the day today. This shot from Blueys Beach. Pic:...
2014/11/20 09:06
2014/11/20 09:06
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... inner-city Canberra to a tree-filled valley five years ago to find serenity in the nearby Australian bush. Now he fears his idyllic vista will be marred by 50-storey-high wind...
2014/11/20 01:26
2014/11/20 01:26
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Beef and lamb exporters winners in the free trade agreement with China Exporters of red meat and hides for leather have welcomed the announcement of a free trade deal with China. The combined value...
2014/11/19 00:34
2014/11/19 00:34
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... Howard Smith has hit another leadership target, being named the president of the Cattle Council of Australia this week. Taking the reins from Andrew Ogilvie, the former AgForce...
2014/11/18 23:13
2014/11/18 23:13
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THERE'S a major shake-up ahead for Mackay sugar cane growers. A raft of changes is proposed for Queensland's new look Biosecurity Act. The key revision for Mackay growers is the relocation of...
2014/11/18 22:13
2014/11/18 22:13
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... cattle exports but there were some initial concerns from the local boxed beef industry. Cattle Council of Australia president Howard Smith said he'd heard concerns from local abattoirs...
2014/11/17 21:17
2014/11/17 21:17
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AUSTRALIA has signed an historic Free Trade Agreement with China in a move that will pave the way for lower tariffs and trade barriers for food and fibre producers. This groundbreaking agreement...
2014/11/17 14:48
2014/11/17 14:48
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KILMORE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA >> The "ranges" north of Melbourne can be deceptive in springtime, which starts in September here in the Southern Hemisphere. The hills, which curve gently like the...
2014/11/17 12:27
2014/11/17 12:27
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THE Cattle Council of Australia board has elected Howard Smith as president. THE Cattle Council of Australia board has elected Howard Smith as president. Mr Smith takes over the role from Andrew...
2014/11/17 03:29
2014/11/17 03:29
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Gaborone — 1. Madam Speaker, before we begin may I request that we observe a moment of silence for those of our citizens who have departed from us during the past year. Thank you. 2. Honourable...
2014/11/15 08:26
2014/11/15 08:26
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Firefighters waterbomb a large, out-of-control bushfire racing toward a small rural community near Murgon in south-east Queensland. Investigations are underway into two seperate crashes that saw a...
2014/11/15 01:01
2014/11/15 01:01
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... four feet tall. WARRNAMBOOL: Artist Gareth Colliton with his sculptural piece titled We're off to see the Wizard, completed after time in the Base Hospital Emergency Department. Picture ROB...
2014/11/15 00:40
2014/11/15 00:40
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... four feet tall. WARRNAMBOOL: Artist Gareth Colliton with his sculptural piece titled We're off to see the Wizard, completed after time in the Base Hospital Emergency Department. Picture ROB...
2014/11/26 05:18
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