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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: It will come as no surprise drought has taken a big bite out of Australia's cotton crop. As the harvest comes to a close, the nation's usual production of 4 million bales has...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: They say the family which plays together stays together, and that's certainly true of one Tasmanian family. Amanda and Dale Beams are world-class woodchoppers. They've...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Our first report today is about coal seam gas (CSG), which continues to attract controversy throughout rural Australia.The New South Wales National Party Leader described it...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Time now for the Bureau of Meteorology report. Here's Dr Paul Feikema. PAUL FEIKEMA, BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY: Welcome to the climate and water outlook for July to September...
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... COURTNEY, PRESENTER: To Government House in Canberra now, where the Governor-General, Sir Peter Cosgrove, held his inaugural winter solstice dinner. The aim of the event is to promote...
2015/06/21 20:28
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: For many farmers, groundwater is a means to making a living, but what happens when what is below the surface is also a mecca for divers? That's the situation in the south-east...
2015/06/21 20:27
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: This story is about wool. There's been some good news recently for Australian producers, with prices up across the board. While the medium to broad range of wools are doing...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: In 1915, a butcher and a plumber from the New South Wales town of Gilgandra came up with a plan to help the war effort. They organised a march to Sydney which started with a...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Nearly three-quarters of bacon sold in Australia is made from imported pork, yet product labelling is often unclear about the country of origin. Every year, the pork industry...
2015/06/15 03:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Saffron is one of the world's most expensive spices, worth more by weight than gold. Just 250 tonnes of the aromatic spice is produced each year. Iran accounts for 90 per cent...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: First up: Australia's dairy bonanza. Last year, dairy exports from our shores to China doubled to almost $500 million and some analysts believe the imminent free trade...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: In many country centres, it's difficult to get a taste of local produce. Wagga Wagga is in the heart of Australia's biggest inland food bowl. Yet the regional city offers 11...
2015/06/01 04:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Last week we brought you the disturbing account of a community in the grip of drought. And as anyone who has been unfortunate enough to live through the dry times can tell...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: It's the Chinese Year of the Goat and a very good time for Australian producers. In fact, demand for Australian goat meat is now so strong, it's feared domestic supply may not...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: The people of Trundle in the central-west of New South Wales love their town. But like many small rural communities across Australia, they faced a battle for survival. After...
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: In this story, we head to remote north-western Australia, where the dreams have always been big. While success in the Kimberley has often proved elusive, that hasn't...
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