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2015/08/02 20:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Mungo National Park in south-western New South Wales is considered one of the world's great wilderness and heritage areas. People occupied the area more than 40,000 years ago...
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2015/08/02 20:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: This story is set in New South Wales, where there are growing fears for the future of the state's stock routes. Set up in the 19th Century as a corridor for sheep and cattle...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: In this story, we head to the north-west of New South Wales, ground zero in the latest battle between agriculture and mining. The Federal Government recently gave the green...
2015/07/26 20:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: The number of on-farm fatalities may have halved since the 1990s, but farming is still ranked the second-most dangerous job in Australia. And today, as National Farm Safety...
2015/07/26 20:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Water is changing Tasmania's agricultural landscape. While the state's $220 million irrigation rollout is continuing, with the commissioning of the 10th scheme, the State...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: We hear much about salt as an environmental scourge and how salinity is a creeping menace destroying once-productive land. But in some parts of Australia, the tables are being...
2015/07/21 20:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Some of Australia's best emerging designers were on show in Sydney this week for the regional final of the Woolmark Prize. The winners, P. Johnson for menswear and Bianca...
2015/07/21 20:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Despite insatiable world demand for prawns, a new prawn farm has not been approved on Australia's East Coast in nearly 15 years. The industry blames what it says is a maze of...
2015/07/13 01:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Every year, hundreds of Australians are diagnosed with Q fever, a disease so serious it's a class B biological warfare threat. Those most at risk are people who work with farm...
2015/07/08 20:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Not so long ago, every Australian sheep station employed jackaroos. But the diminished fortunes of wool in recent years have made the jackaroo and jillaroo an endangered...
2015/07/08 20:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: This story is about one of Australia's most underestimated environmental threats: weeds. There are dozens of weed species slowly killing off native plants and ruining...
2015/08/02 20:26
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