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2014/09/29 19:44
2014/09/29 19:44
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Smart phone users can now access the latest information about Australia’s worst pest animals via the new ‘Field Guide to Pest Animals of Australia’ App, produced by the Invasive Animals CRC. Invasive...
2014/09/29 19:44
2014/09/29 19:44
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2014/09/29 03:15
2014/09/29 03:15
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Local courts have taken a tough stance on abalone theft by handing out jail time and hefty fines in two South Coast cases. Fisheries officers observed divers fishing illegally for abalone north of...
2014/09/29 00:26
2014/09/29 00:26
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Cattle tick infestations double, cow dead from tick fever Photo: The number of cattle tick infestations in New South Wales this year is up more than double that of recent years. Cattle ticks can...
2014/09/28 20:53
2014/09/28 20:53
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IN AN attempt to quench Australia’s thirst for wine, the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has welcomed a new viticulturist, based at Wagga. IN AN attempt to quench Australia’s thirst for wine,...
2014/09/28 09:55
2014/09/28 09:55
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HORSE organisations and venues will consider their positions on Hendra vaccinations and disease management following a biosecurity meeting in Tamworth yesterday. HORSE organisations and venues will...
2014/09/27 15:19
2014/09/27 15:19
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A BLITZ by Victoria’s Department of Primary Industries on deer spotlighting is likely to result in 12 people being charged with serious firearms and wildlife offences. A BLITZ by Victoria’s...
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2014/09/26 14:22
2014/09/26 14:22
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Central west local, Pip Job has been awarded the National Rural Woman of the Year, the first time a NSW woman has won the prestigious prize. NSW Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson,...
2014/09/25 23:26
2014/09/25 23:26
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Concern over blueberry disease found for the first time in Tasmania Blueberry growers in Tasmania have been put on alert after the discovery of blueberry rust for the first time in the state. The...
2014/09/24 07:15
2014/09/24 07:15
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Swarms of bees have been terrorising a young Berkeley family. Sam and Shane Smith say they and children Billy and Kelsey can’t use their backyard for fear of being stung by their neighbour’s bees....
2014/09/23 21:46
2014/09/23 21:46
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ANIMAL Liberation NSW has launched a campaign to close “horrific and cruel” petting zoos for children at shopping centres. It is pressuring retail giant Westfield to abandon the popular school...
2014/09/23 03:57
2014/09/23 03:57
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SPRING is likely to be warmer and drier than normal across most of NSW. The Department of Primary Industries (DPI) September Seasonal Conditions Report has revealed Spring will be challenging after a...
2014/09/22 21:44
2014/09/22 21:44
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Funding is now available to all NSW orchardists to install netting to protect their crops from flying foxes. Funding is now available to all NSW orchardists to install netting to protect their crops...
2014/09/21 21:44
2014/09/21 21:44
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening around the Bathurst region today. Nicole Jordan sent in this beautiful photo of spring at Wyangala Dam. If you have a spring photo you would like to share...
2014/09/21 13:46
2014/09/21 13:46
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Research is underway to boost virus strains to control rabbits. Photo: Invasive Animals CRC. At Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary rabbits have the luxury of a predator-proof fence and immunity...
2014/09/20 04:43
2014/09/20 04:43
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The fishing report from Narooma for the South Coast NSW looks at fickle bluefin tuna and mixed results on local reefs. “HERE one minute, gone the next”; that seems to be the pattern for bluefin tuna...
2014/09/18 21:36
2014/09/18 21:36
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GET your fishing rods out and bait up those hooks. This weekend is the big Carp Muster and registrations are being taken now at the Green Paint Shop, Casino Outdoor and Disposal and Saturday and...
2014/09/18 08:42
2014/09/18 08:42
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LAKE MACQUARIE: Authorities devise plan to capture an aggressive great white shark menacing fishers. NSW fisheries officers have devised a contingency plan to capture an aggressive great white shark...
2014/09/17 20:57
2014/09/17 20:57
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SCORING a C+ on its first official health report card, the Clarence River and its tributaries could be better and could be worse, say the experts. The report was released this week and is the result...
2014/09/15 23:41
2014/09/15 23:41
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A $630,000 PROJECT aimed at protecting Old Bar's Meridian Resort from erosion is being re-advertised for public comment. A $630,000 PROJECT aimed at protecting Old Bar's Meridian Resort from erosion...
2014/09/14 13:26
2014/09/14 13:26
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Palestinian actor Saleh Bakri promotes his new movie at the opening of Sydney's Arab Film Festival. Oyster farmers on the Hawkesbury River on the NSW Central Coast are fighting to save the crippled...
2014/09/29 19:44
2014/09/29 19:44
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