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2015/03/25 21:17
2015/03/25 21:17
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A MELBOURNE mother and son killed in the French air disaster were remembered for their kindness, compassion and love of travel. Ashwood mother of two Carol Friday, 68, and her son, Greig, 29, were on...
2015/03/25 21:17
2015/03/25 21:17
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2015/03/25 13:50
2015/03/25 13:50
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Brothers Chris, front, and Gerry Apostolatos at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Wednesday. Photo: Jason South Two brothers have pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges after more than one million...
2015/03/25 03:42
2015/03/25 03:42
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WIMMERA: Farmers are struggling as the region’s record dry spell continues through autumn. WIMMERA farmers are struggling as the region’s record dry spell continues through autumn. In a statement...
2015/03/25 03:26
2015/03/25 03:26
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Call to detail Sunraysia fruit fly outbreaks The horticulture industry says privacy policies need to change to improve the fight against Sunraysia's worst wave of Queensland fruit fly. There are now...
2015/03/24 18:57
2015/03/24 18:57
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SPARKLING clean water, brilliant sunshine and a gentle swell greeted visitors to the Coffs Harbour International Marina on Friday to see the facility receive its accreditation as a Fish Friendly...
2015/03/24 11:15
2015/03/24 11:15
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Protective nets on five Illawarra beaches ensnared 21 sharks during last year's swim season, including a 3.4-metre dusky whaler at Coledale and a 2.92-metre grey nurse shark - a protected species - at...
2015/03/24 10:26
2015/03/24 10:26
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CommentatorNow they go to the roars of the crowd. NARRATIONIt's called the sport of kings. Its champions are national heroes. But as you stand trackside, this is what you hear as they pound toward...
2015/03/24 04:36
2015/03/24 04:36
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LOCAL Landcarers being encouraged to submit a nomination for the biennial NSW Landcare Awards. This comes after NSW led the country with the greatest number of finalists recognised with an Award or...
2015/03/22 06:26
2015/03/22 06:26
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Endangered swift parrot breeding grounds threatened after departmental anti-logging advice ignored, environmentalists claim There are fears the survival of the swift parrot has been further...
2015/03/22 01:50
2015/03/22 01:50
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NSW Labor would ban the sale of puppies from pet stores if elected to government in March. Labor leader Luke Foley will announce the policy on Saturday, along with a ban on large-scale puppy farms...
2015/03/21 04:57
2015/03/21 04:57
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MEMBERS of the public seeking an update on the deaths of turtles in the Bellinger River are welcome to attend a public information session this Monday. The gathering will start at 5.30pm in the...
2015/03/20 15:12
2015/03/20 15:12
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JULY has brought out foxes by the hundreds and farmers are doing all they can to protect their sheep and lambs. JULY has brought out foxes by the hundreds and farmers are doing all they can to...
2015/03/19 23:57
2015/03/19 23:57
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FISHERMAN Alan Knight is one happy man after having his vessel hauled out of the water and onto the slipway for repairs. This marks a significant moment for the boating community as Poski is the...
2015/03/19 02:26
2015/03/19 02:26
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NSW election 2015: Aboriginal groups want cultural fishing rights made law Aboriginal groups have called on both sides of New South Wales politics to formally recognise cultural fishing rights before...
2015/03/18 17:55
2015/03/18 17:55
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THE plight of a Tamworth man left fearing for his life after receiving death threats on Facebook has again highlighted the destructive power of social media. THE plight of a Tamworth man left fearing...
2015/03/18 08:12
2015/03/18 08:12
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The Baird government is likely to take a dim view of any proposal to trial controversial cable logging on steep slopes on the state’s North Coast, according to Environment Minister Rob Stokes. The...
2015/03/17 13:39
2015/03/17 13:39
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The farmers of the future will soon have a new tool at their disposal. Within two years, an artificial intelligence system trained to recognise indicators of animal condition will take its place in...
2015/03/17 07:15
2015/03/17 07:15
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Andrew Harvey quit his life as a mussel farmer in 2007, fed up with the "red tape and bureaucracy" blocking shellfish production in Jervis Bay. Callala Beach and Bay residents are making a last-ditch...
2015/03/17 02:57
2015/03/17 02:57
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LANDHOLDERS whose property is known to contain the noxious weed Tropical Soda Apple are being reminded that they cannot bale grass for sale or movement off their land - and can face stiff penalties if...
2015/03/15 00:19
2015/03/15 00:19
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FARMER Geoff Cheshire has been awarded costs by a magistrate following a failed prosecution by the Department of Primary Industries over an alleged failure to control a blackberry FARMER Geoff...
2015/03/25 21:17
2015/03/25 21:17
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