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2014/07/24 23:53
2014/07/24 23:53
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Rural communities are being reminded to nominate a worthy rural woman for the annual Hidden Treasures Honour Roll, with the nomination period extended until July 30, 2014. Rural communities are being...
2014/07/24 23:53
2014/07/24 23:53
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2014/07/23 18:44
2014/07/23 18:44
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RECREATIONAL fishers have a great opportunity to throw a line for rainbow trout, with 80 adult fish released into Lake Oberon this week. GOOD CATCH: Bathurst MP Paul Toole releasing some impressive...
2014/07/21 20:57
2014/07/21 20:57
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BLUEBERRY growers will learn about saving money and improving water quality in the Hearnes Lake catchment when the Department of Primary Industries makes a field visit. Department of Primary...
2014/07/19 21:26
2014/07/19 21:26
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Tasmanian Ag Minister reviews hemp and poppy rules The Tasmanian Government has signalled a break with past policy on a number of agricultural fronts. Hemp and poppy regulation reforms are on...
2014/07/17 14:46
2014/07/17 14:46
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A FEMALE bull shark swims into Sydney Harbour — and scientists know she’s there. The tagged shark has swum through the Sydney Gates, a line of acoustic receivers across the Harbour entrance...
2014/07/16 23:16
2014/07/16 23:16
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PREMIER Mike Baird has entered the shark net debate, saying a terrifying encounter with the ocean’s most-feared predator left him in no doubt meshing could save lives. Mr Baird revealed he was once...
2014/07/16 21:46
2014/07/16 21:46
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PREMIER Mike Baird has entered the shark net debate, saying a terrifying encounter with the ocean’s most-feared predator left him in no doubt meshing could save lives. Mr Baird revealed he was once...
2014/07/15 02:16
2014/07/15 02:16
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THE iconic Hawkesbury River oyster industry — more than a century old — is barely afloat and the future looks bleak. Most farmers have walked away from the industry, including people who had worked...
2014/07/14 14:30
2014/07/14 14:30
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A SECRET government file confirms big cats are breeding in eastern Victoria. Department of Primary Industries documents reveal at least 34 sightings of puma or panther-like cats, along with dozens of...
2014/07/14 06:18
2014/07/14 06:18
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The shark nets at Manly Beach are blamed for 'indiscriminately catching and trapping a lot of marine life'. Photo: Nick Moir Manly Council will consider a proposal to reduce shark netting at Manly...
2014/07/14 06:15
2014/07/14 06:15
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A grieving father has vowed to keep searching the waters off Pearl Beach until his son is found despite rescuers calling their search off on Monday. A grieving father has vowed to keep searching the...
2014/07/11 18:38
2014/07/11 18:38
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CAMERA traps could soon get a lot smarter, courtesy of software being built in the minds and computers of a small group of Australian pest animal researchers. If the work comes to fruition, it will...
2014/07/10 12:26
2014/07/10 12:26
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Barnaby Joyce questions PETA investigation that allegedly exposes sheep abuse in Australian shearing sheds By Will Ockenden and staff Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has raised questions about an...
2014/07/10 09:27
2014/07/10 09:27
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A couple from Tasmania have transformed their lives to provide food and shelter to 400 abandoned animals, but a terminal cancer diagnosis has cast a shadow over the future of the sanctuary. Jonathan...
2014/07/06 22:58
2014/07/06 22:58
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THERE is no question the farming communities of rural and regional NSW are resilient and stoic in the face of adverse conditions - be they seasonal or market driven. However, the devastating seasonal...
2014/07/06 18:55
2014/07/06 18:55
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DESPITE last weekend’s bracing – and wet – weather, the Spur Up Rodeo Challenge at Moonbi went ahead. Bendemeer junior Braith Nock won both the 11-U14 Junior Barrel and the 11-U14 Junior Steer Ride....
2014/07/04 04:44
2014/07/04 04:44
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ORANGE: This weekend Lauren Barker will take to the stage in Sydney to pit her talents against some of the nation’s top pole dancers. Ms Barker, who is from Lyndhurst has been fine-tuning her skills...
2014/07/02 14:46
2014/07/02 14:46
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ON a wet and grey day in 1963 big wave surfer Richard Friar was pummelled deep into the ocean by 25-foot waves at Maroubra beach to what he thought was his death. While attempting to surf, he injured...
2014/07/02 11:17
2014/07/02 11:17
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Thailand fiscal regime report outlines governing bodies, governing laws, mining ownership and licenses, mining rights and obligations and key fiscal terms covering five commodities: coal, iron ore,...
2014/07/02 06:11
2014/07/02 06:11
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BUNDABERG has the largest percentage of macadamia farms taking part in a new on-farm benchmarking project. More than half of the Australian macadamia industry is now represented in the project, which...
2014/07/24 23:53
2014/07/24 23:53
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