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2015/04/24 13:55
2015/04/24 13:55
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Sydney consumers are likely to be hit with higher prices for leafy vegetables such as silverbeet, shallots, coriander and endive following this week's floods, farmers say. Sydney consumers could be...
2015/04/24 13:55
2015/04/24 13:55
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2015/04/24 03:16
2015/04/24 03:16
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A man illegally selling wild goat meat for human consumption has lost his high court appeal against conviction. Brian Terrence Crow, 64, was convicted of three counts of selling non-complying animal...
2015/04/23 22:28
2015/04/23 22:28
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... Horticultural produce is valued at $7.16 billion (year to 30 June 2014), including $3.9 billion of exports. * The largest horticulture export categories are wine ($1.3 billion), kiwifruit ($930...
2015/04/23 18:23
2015/04/23 18:23
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It's ladies only in Middlemarch next week. A drought support event for rural women will be held on April 28 in the Strath Taieri Community Centre. The evening, which features guest speaker Julie...
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2015/04/23 18:22
2015/04/23 18:22
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A visit to Dubbo has confirmed for new NSW government minister Niall Blair the complexity of his land portfolio. NSW Minister for Primary Industries and Minister for Lands and Water Niall Blair...
2015/04/23 12:53
2015/04/23 12:53
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BRAIDWOOD: Braidwood Sunset by Cheryl Raper. BRAIDWOOD: Another Braidwood Sunset by Judy Knowles. BRAIDWOOD:Biggest Morning Tea At St Bedes School. Photo Braidwood Times. BOOROWA:Team Gold shine on...
2015/04/23 09:22
2015/04/23 09:22
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Corruption findings against mining mogul Travers Duncan and others involved in a mining venture over the Obeid family's farm will be overturned, following a damaging High Court ruling. Corruption...
2015/04/22 23:28
2015/04/22 23:28
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New Zealand's Reserve Bank, the independent body which sets the benchmark interest rate, has appointed Conor English, the younger brother of Finance Minister Bill English, as one of its part-time...
2015/04/22 22:54
2015/04/22 22:54
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More than 10,000 cockles taken from a Canterbury estuary may be the largest illegal haul of the shellfish in recent memory, officials say. The Ministry for Primary Industries says a tip-off alerted...
2015/04/22 22:28
2015/04/22 22:28
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More than ever, consumers need to know they can trust food labels, but the word ‘organic’ is being misused by some producers. The Soil & Health Association is therefore disappointed that the Ministry...
2015/04/22 22:28
2015/04/22 22:28
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Tutukaka fanworm discovery concernsThursday, 23 April 2015, 10:14 amPress Release: Northland Regional Council Tutukaka fanworm discovery concernsExperts are cautiously optimistic one of Northland’s...
2015/04/22 22:26
2015/04/22 22:26
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A woman's body is found by police in the boot of car stopped by police near Bermagui on the south coast of NSW after the driver fled. The discovery comes as police search for a missing Canberra...
2015/04/22 11:28
2015/04/22 11:28
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Trade mission to New Zealand anticipates new buyersWednesday, 22 April 2015, 10:42 pmPress Release: Secretariat of the Pacific CommunityTrade mission to New Zealand anticipates new buyers 22 April...
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2015/04/22 07:16
2015/04/22 07:16
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Prosecutions of 15 butchers and three company directors over illegal chemicals found in raw meat shows a "dereliction of duty" by the Ministry for Primary Industries in its failure to monitor food,...
2015/04/22 05:28
2015/04/22 05:28
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Ensuring There Are Always Enough Fish In The SeaWednesday, 22 April 2015, 4:53 pmPress Release: BayTrust Ensuring There Are Always Enough Fish In The Sea22 Apr 2015 07:00 am | Yvonne BaldockKimberley...
2015/04/22 03:27
2015/04/22 03:27
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With the nation focused so heavily on the proposed closures of remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia, and rightly so, it's time for Australians to realise that forcible community closures...
2015/04/22 00:16
2015/04/22 00:16
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Labour's animal welfare spokesman Trevor Mallard meets 3-month-old Ebony at the Otago SPCA in North Dunedin yesterday. Photo / Linda Robertson. Puppy farms and dog fighting were topics Labour's...
2015/04/21 23:28
2015/04/21 23:28
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The Ministry for Primary Industries’ failure to monitor toxic and illegal chemicals in red meat is a dereliction of duty, Labour’s Primary Industries and Food Safety spokesperson Damien O’Connor...
2015/04/21 22:24
2015/04/21 22:24
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Live updates of your national, regional and local news. 8.04: The Daily Liberal has five double passes to the Anzac Sleep-Out to giveaway. The winners will be drawn at noon today and announced via...
2015/04/21 10:27
2015/04/21 10:27
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HIGH-CLASS horsemanship is set to entertain crowds at this year’s Mount Isa Show and Professional Bull Riding event. HIGH-CLASS horsemanship is set to entertain crowds at this year’s Mount Isa Show...
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2015/04/24 13:55
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