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2015/04/24 13:55
2015/04/24 13:55
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Sydney consumers are likely to be hit with higher prices for leafy vegetables such as silverbeet, shallots, coriander and endive following this week's floods, farmers say. Sydney consumers could be...
2015/04/24 13:55
2015/04/24 13:55
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2015/04/23 18:22
2015/04/23 18:22
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A visit to Dubbo has confirmed for new NSW government minister Niall Blair the complexity of his land portfolio. NSW Minister for Primary Industries and Minister for Lands and Water Niall Blair...
2015/04/23 09:22
2015/04/23 09:22
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Corruption findings against mining mogul Travers Duncan and others involved in a mining venture over the Obeid family's farm will be overturned, following a damaging High Court ruling. Corruption...
2015/04/22 22:26
2015/04/22 22:26
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A woman's body is found by police in the boot of car stopped by police near Bermagui on the south coast of NSW after the driver fled. The discovery comes as police search for a missing Canberra...
2015/04/21 05:26
2015/04/21 05:26
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Liverpool Plains recognises top sorghum, wheat, sunflower crops The total package of yield, weed control and crop nutrition has earned Belandi Pastoral Company the coveted Premer Shield for champion...
2015/04/20 13:48
2015/04/20 13:48
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A second release of infected carrots will take place in May as part of the program to control the city's wild rabbit population. The carrots, chopped and laced with Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus,...
2015/04/19 22:19
2015/04/19 22:19
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THE number of wild dogs killed by Victoria’s dogmen has dropped dramatically. THE number of wild dogs killed by Victoria’s dogmen has dropped dramatically. There were only 179 dogs trapped or shot...
2015/04/19 11:44
2015/04/19 11:44
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STEADY rain across the saturated Bathurst Basin caused the State Emergency Service to again issue a minor flood alert for the Macquarie River yesterday. STEADY rain across the saturated Bathurst...
2015/04/17 21:19
2015/04/17 21:19
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THE Murray Darling Basin Authority is set to begin lowering the level of water in Lake Mulwala as early as next week in preparation for structural works at Yarrawonga weir and to eradicate the aquatic...
2015/04/17 03:26
2015/04/17 03:26
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Tasmanian beekeepers demand greater recognition in State Government's World Heritage Area draft management plan The Tasmanian beekeeping industry is demanding greater recognition in the State...
2015/04/16 20:27
2015/04/16 20:27
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Hunter Valley cattle producers have enough grass but need more rain before winter Cattle producers in the Upper Hunter region of NSW need more rain to secure water supplies ahead of winter. Rain...
2015/04/16 07:34
2015/04/16 07:34
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THE Department of Primary Industries will be conducting surveillance of Tweed banana plantations to support the national response to the recent banana freckle incursion in the Northern...
2015/04/15 22:41
2015/04/15 22:41
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A COVERT patrol recently busted a fisherman with about eight times more than the daily bag and possession limit of mud crabs. Seized: Fisheries officers in the boat of a man who was allegedly caught...
2015/04/15 14:27
2015/04/15 14:27
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Destructive fire ants threaten SEQ's $230m Lockyer Valley food bowl. Fire ants – which devastated crops in the United States – are marching towards Southeast Queensland's $230 million Lockyer Valley...
2015/04/14 15:22
2015/04/14 15:22
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Port Kembla is a popular rock fishing spot with a deadly history. Port Kembla is a popular rock fishing spot with a deadly history. It was named in 2009 as the fifth most deadly place for rock...
2015/04/13 11:26
2015/04/13 11:26
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Animal carcasses found dumped on disused rail line in Tasmania About 50 animal carcasses have been found on a disused rail corridor in northern Tasmania. A private landowner discovered the animals...
2015/04/13 01:26
2015/04/13 01:26
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PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: Around Australia, commercial fishers say they're under siege as the recreational lobby becomes a potent political force. In Victoria, Port Phillip Bay will soon be net-free...
2015/04/12 19:57
2015/04/12 19:57
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THE persistence of a grassroots campaign to save Maclean's iconic camphor laurel trees has seemingly paid off with the issue set to be put back on the council agenda. Clarence Valley councillor...
2015/04/12 19:53
2015/04/12 19:53
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Member elect for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson has thanked the town for their support over the past four years as a minister in the NSW Government. Member elect for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinson...
2015/04/09 03:26
2015/04/09 03:26
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Fire at pig stud farm kills up to 200 animals in NSW southern highlands Up to 200 pigs are thought to have been lost in a fire on stud in the New South Wales southern highlands. Fire fighters have...
2015/04/24 13:55
2015/04/24 13:55
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