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2014/04/17 03:46
2014/04/17 03:46
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Spiderman fans pose for snaps at the gala screening of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 at Dendy Cinema, Civic. Students from the University of Canberra turn into zombies to raise money for the James...
2014/04/17 03:46
2014/04/17 03:46
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2014/04/16 22:47
2014/04/16 22:47
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Students from the University of Canberra turn into zombies to raise money for the James Macready-Bryan Foundation on Wednesday. News NSW Department of Primary Industries use a specialised fishing...
2014/04/16 09:27
2014/04/16 09:27
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Taking 'charge' of carp numbers in south-east NSW Photo: Carp are being stunned and tagged as part of a new study in the upper reaches of the Murrumbidgee river in south-east NSW. (Lucy...
2014/04/16 05:53
2014/04/16 05:53
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RESTRICTIONS banning netting in some of the South Coast’s popular recreational fishing lakes and estuaries are under consideration to be reformed. RESTRICTIONS banning netting in some of the South...
2014/04/15 18:44
2014/04/15 18:44
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A MAJOR hunting compliance operation will be conducted this Easter long weekend in the region’s state forests. A MAJOR hunting compliance operation will be conducted this Easter long weekend in the...
2014/04/13 14:46
2014/04/13 14:46
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Cattle farmer Noel Davis with cattle at Bonshaw that are enjoying the lush green grass after recent rain fall. Photo: Melissa Adams One of the best-timed autumn rain breaks in many years has caused a...
2014/04/13 05:27
2014/04/13 05:27
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Cherry trees have to be destroyed Continuing tests on cherry trees affected by Little Cherry Virus have shown the pest can't be eradicated and the trees will have to be destroyed. Many thousands of...
2014/04/07 11:39
2014/04/07 11:39
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... —A University of Queensland study has overturned the long-held belief that plant hormones control the shape of plant growth, and shown instead that this process starts with sugar. Shoot...
2014/04/07 01:57
2014/04/07 01:57
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Learn how to beekeep at a PROfarm May two-day course Story Tools ASPIRING beekeepers can learn a variety of skills at a two-day Department of Primary Industries (DPI) PROfarm course to be held in...
2014/04/05 00:46
2014/04/05 00:46
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Tathra Beach has reopened to the public two days after a shark fatally attacked a morning swimmer. Inflatable rescue boats, jet ski and helicopter patrols of the surrounding area Saturday morning...
2014/04/04 19:23
2014/04/04 19:23
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Secret to fruit tree success is getting basics right Story Tools AS WITH any farming or crop-growing enterprise, getting the basics right is the key to success, or at least having a crop that you...
2014/04/03 19:22
2014/04/03 19:22
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BATHURST: Monique Ryan, who has been part of the harness racing scene in Bathurst since she was a little girl, was crowned Miss Gold Crown 2014 on Saturday night. LITHGOW: The 2014 Lithgow Show was...
2014/04/02 19:24
2014/04/02 19:24
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Southern Downs growers embrace a green solution Story Tools IN AN age when technology is here one day and gone the next, it's hard to imagine a technology going from strength to strength 25 years...
2014/04/02 09:15
2014/04/02 09:15
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An Eden commercial fisher allegedly found with more than 200 illegally taken live eels is facing a possible jail term. Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Acting Director Fisheries Compliance,...
2014/04/01 23:22
2014/04/01 23:22
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MY FARMING FAMILY: The love Matthew Coddington has for farming developed while he was young growing up on the family property, which he then worked beside his father Graham for 15 years. 2014 marks...
2014/04/01 21:36
2014/04/01 21:36
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Shaws Bay fishing debate in time for new management plan Story Tools Related Items IT'S a fluke, but while there has been debate on whether to ban fishing in Ballina's Shaws Bay, Ballina Shire...
2014/04/01 17:22
2014/04/01 17:22
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FOUR men have been issued thousands of dollars in fines after pleading guilty to illegally targeting native inland species in the Macquarie River in 2012, Department of Primary Industries (DPI)...
2014/03/30 17:55
2014/03/30 17:55
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BRYDIE Everson called the coast home in her younger years, but her love of the land has made her the new poster girl for agriculture. BRYDIE Everson called the coast home in her younger years, but...
2014/03/28 18:36
2014/03/28 18:36
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Rain pulls cattle off the market Story Tools RECENT rainfall has likely helped Northern Rivers cattle farmers dodge the worst winter conditions for the industry in years. Fittingly, an optimistic...
2014/03/28 02:23
2014/03/28 02:23
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The consequences of a hay barn catching fire can be devastating. Photo by SRFA. Heating can be due to excess surface moisture (rain, etc) being trapped inside at baling, or plants being too green...
2014/04/17 03:46
2014/04/17 03:46
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