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THE Victorian Government will launch an inquiry into the use of toxic chemicals by former Victorian Lands Department weed eradicators, following an investigation by The Courier. THE Victorian...
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Synlait Milk [NZX: SML], which plans to take a quarter-stake in Sichuan New Hope Nutritional Foods Co to gain a direct interest in a Chinese infant formula brand, has been granted accreditation to...
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China approval to manufacture retail-ready infant formulaTuesday, 30 September 2014, 5:17 pmPress Release: Synlait SYNLAIT MILK LIMITED MEDIA RELEASE30 September 2014 Synlait Milk receives China...
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Hawke's Bay Seafoods' development continues despite an MPI investigation. Pictured in July are directors Nino (right) and Joe D'Esposito. Photo / File Hawke's Bay Seafoods $3 million development is...
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Leadership programme developed for dairying womenTuesday, 30 September 2014, 1:34 pmPress Release: Joint Media StatementMEDIA RELEASEDate: 30 September 2014Leadership programme developed for dairying...
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Te Puke kiwifruit grower John Cameron is chairman of the committee representing the growers and post-harvest operators who are taking part in the claim which seeks compensation. Photo / George...
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DOC appoints Chief Science AdvisorTuesday, 30 September 2014, 11:35 amPress Release: Department of Conservation DOC appoints Chief Science Advisor Lincoln University Professor of Environmental...
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2014/09/29 23:16
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Fran Mens with her depiction of the last supper. Photo / Ruth Keber Stories making headlines around the regions today includes an art auction of biblical proportions and Northland's strongest...
2014/09/29 23:04
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AN estimated $400-$500 million has been slashed from the value of the State’s grain crop as a result of damaging winds, a lack of rain and a sharp drop in grain prices. Grain Producers SA executive...
2014/09/29 21:28
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Maori values make the difference for business futuresTuesday, 30 September 2014, 9:42 amPress Release: Federation Of Maori Authorities Media Release, 29 September 2014Maori values make the difference...
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YOUTH was the aim of the game at the Queensland Limousin Breeders Association Youth Camp held in Stanthorpe at the weekend. The Bush Telegraph caught up with five young girls, gearing up to take over...
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TENTERFIELD grazier, veterinarian and son of central Queensland - Philip Harpham - is stepping back from a career that took in a swag of Primary Industries and the Coral Sea. The middle child of five...
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Pipi are off the menu from Whangarei Harbour harvesting sites Mair Bank and Marsden Bank from tomorrow. Photo / File Pipi lovers who regularly get a feed of their favourite seafood from Whangarei's...
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...
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Aoraki Polytechnic and Grow Mid Canterbury Agricultural education is being given a huge boost in Mid-Canterbury with new programmes being rolled out by Aoraki Polytechnic. This is following on from...
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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...
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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...
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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,...
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The number of new Northland jobs listed last month was down 9 per cent from last year, despite employment opportunities in farming improving around the country. According to online employment...
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PROTECTED: DoC is urging dog owners to walk their dogs on leads in the Ahuriri Estuary. PHOTO/GLENN TAYLOR The owner of two dogs found hunting and killing wildlife in the Ahuriri Estuary has been...
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