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2014/04/23 19:36
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Hunger games in war against wild dogs Story Tools THE Department of Primary Industries' war on wild dogs is amping up, as it claims more than 90% of the animals can be effectively controlled with...
2014/04/23 19:36
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2014/04/23 05:28
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Food Safety Assurance Advisory Council establishedWednesday, 23 April 2014, 5:15 pmPress Release: New Zealand GovernmentNikki Kaye23 APRIL, 2014Food Safety Assurance Advisory Council establishedFood...
2014/04/23 03:28
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Ngāti Porou Accord strengthens Crown relationshipWednesday, 23 April 2014, 2:44 pmPress Release: New Zealand Government Ngāti Porou Accord strengthens Crown relationshipThe Crown has signed an Accord...
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2014/04/22 22:21
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ONLY a fraction of the bushland scheduled for fuel reduction burns in the Hume region this autumn has been lit due to this month’s high rainfall. ONLY a fraction of the bushland scheduled for fuel...
2014/04/22 05:28
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Rain sparks recovery but things remain fragileTuesday, 22 April 2014, 4:57 pmPress Release: Waikato Regional CouncilMEDIA RELEASE22 April 2014Rain sparks recovery but things remain fragileRecent rain...
2014/04/22 05:22
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NSW: Mike Baird's first cabinet is indeed, as promised, a mixture of youth and experience. Mike Baird's first cabinet is indeed, as promised, a mixture of youth and experience. Health Minister...
2014/04/22 04:36
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Clarrie Hall Dam upgraded to withstand extreme rainfall Story Tools CLARRIE Hall Dam will reopen to the public next month after the completion of its $7.3 million upgrade. Members of the community...
2014/04/22 01:28
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Sushi boom increases rice markets for Riverina growers The growing popularity of Japanese cuisine in Australia is driving up demand for speciality rice in southern New South Wales. While the...
2014/04/21 14:12
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THE Black Hill Lookout’s long-awaited revamp is back in focus. Ballarat City Council officers have recommended the Black Hill Reserve masterplan be put out for community consultation before a draft...
2014/04/21 00:36
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Fishing reforms come under fire Story Tools IT WAS flagged as one of the biggest reforms the commercial fishing industry in NSW has confronted but options released earlier this month have been...
2014/04/20 18:44
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A NEW, improved super- roundabout is being planned for the entrance to the Mount Panorama motor racing circuit. A NEW, improved super- roundabout is being planned for the entrance to the Mount...
2014/04/20 18:23
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East Otago couple John and Heather Prebble have had a long-standing interest in farm forestry. Mr and Mrs Prebble, who live on a 630ha sheep and beef farm near Dunback, now run by their son Mark,...
2014/04/20 15:20
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Councils are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars defending court cases brought by dog owners challenging Victoria's controversial restricted breeds laws. The laws are ''a dog's breakfast'',...
2014/04/20 04:16
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Restrictions on fruit and vegetable movements in Whangarei have been lifted, after two weeks of monitoring for Queensland fruit flies. The Ministry for Primary Industries launched the operation after...
2014/04/19 21:28
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Lisa Owen: I’m going to come to you first Chuck, let’s flesh out why this matters. What is Antarctica doing for the rest of the globe? Chuck Kennicutt: To put it simply Antarctica serves a critical...
2014/04/19 15:50
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Illustration: Matt Golding. The Napthine government's pledge to reform freedom-of-information laws is in disarray, with its own FOI watchdog struggling to meet a litany of complaints against...
2014/04/18 18:24
2014/04/18 18:24
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The North Otago Irrigation Company has paid back more of the $10 million loan from the Waitaki District Council and is planning major expansion of the scheme to fund the rest. The expansion will be...
2014/04/18 17:17
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It's hard to believe Judith Colins did not discuss NZ's dairy trade at the dinner. Photo / Mark Mitchell Opposition politicians are sinking their fangs into Judith Collins over the Oravida affair,...
2014/04/17 14:47
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A selection of entries received so far. To enter send a maximum of three photos to photocomp@canberratimes.com.au as attached JPEG files ... National Folk Festival at Epic, Thursday, May 17, at...
2014/04/17 07:28
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Questions and Answers - April 17Thursday, 17 April 2014, 6:32 pmPress Release: Office of the Clerkstrong>QUESTIONS TO MINISTERSTransport—Prime Minister’s Statements1. DENIS O’ROURKE (NZ First) to the...
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