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2015/02/23 02:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: A 95 metre-long trawler could be fishing in Australian waters within weeks. Despite a huge public backlash two years ago against its super trawler, Seafish Tasmania is now...
2015/02/23 02:26
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2015/02/23 02:26
2015/02/23 02:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Last week, we brought you the story of 10-year-old Brisbane girl Ellen Gett and the short film she made for her classmates about her grandfather's drought-stricken farm. The...
2015/02/23 02:26
2015/02/23 02:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Of all the people who've climbed Australia's highest mountains, one stands tall. Ecologist Alec Costin spent his working life learning about the Australian Alps and the...
2015/02/23 02:26
2015/02/23 02:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: For several years now, farmers on the lower reaches of the Darling have enjoyed rare good fortune. Major floods fill lakes on the Darling's massive floodplain in far-western...
2015/02/17 02:26
2015/02/17 02:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Move over kale and quinoa; the latest super food to hit the shops is a plum Queensland Government scientists accidentally bred a decade ago. There's been worldwide interest in...
2015/02/17 02:26
2015/02/17 02:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: It was a blow to local farmers when vegetable processor Simplot pulled out of north-east Tasmania 10 years ago. A decade on and the landscape around the town of Scottsdale has...
2015/02/17 02:26
2015/02/17 02:26
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: 2011 was the live cattle industry's annus horribilis and recovery has been frustratingly slow. But, as the north gears up for the mustering season, there's finally a feeling...
2015/02/13 23:27
2015/02/13 23:27
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Plum hailed in fight against obesity after bringing fat rats 'back to normal', as scientists seek superfood status An antioxidant-rich plum accidently bred by Queensland government scientists a...
2015/02/11 04:27
2015/02/11 04:27
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: It's been three years since the Federal and State Governments bought back water to revive the parched Murray-Darling basin. Water users in New South Wales, Victoria and South...
2015/02/11 04:27
2015/02/11 04:27
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: A second batch of western quolls will be released in South Australia, after a successful start to an ambitious reintroduction project. Landline was there last year when the...
2015/02/11 04:27
2015/02/11 04:27
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Pip Courtney, PRESENTER: Late last year, Tasmania's struggling economy was given a huge boost, with a visit by one of the world's most powerful leaders, Chinese president Xi Jinping. He and his wife...
2015/02/23 02:26
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