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BEEHIVES collecting manuka honey have been put on properties without the knowledge of the owners in what was described at the District Council’s performance, audit and risk committee as the “wild East...
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2015/03/27 04:38
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Wine industry says increased MPI fees would threaten exportsFriday, 27 March 2015, 4:28 pmPress Release: Crowe Horwath Wine industry says increased MPI fees would threaten exports27/03/2015The...
2015/03/27 02:28
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Māori farming success recognisedFriday, 27 March 2015, 3:03 pmPress Release: Ministry For Primary Industries Māori farming success recognisedThe talent on display at this year’s Ahuwhenua Trophy...
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2015/03/27 00:19
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An investigation by Tasmanian Auditor General Mike Blake has found that five state government departments have failed to implement information security mitigation strategies recommended by the...
2015/03/26 20:39
2015/03/26 20:39
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A balanced Quebec budget has opened the door to reducing the burden on heavily taxed Quebeckers, but they will have to wait a long time to put any extra money in their pockets. Finance Minister...
2015/03/26 18:57
2015/03/26 18:57
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TWO days ahead of the state election The Nationals and the NSW Farmers Association have announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding to ensure key actions are undertaken during the next four...
2015/03/26 07:29
2015/03/26 07:29
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Questions and Answers - March 26Thursday, 26 March 2015, 7:48 pmPress Release: Office of the ClerkQUESTIONS TO MINISTERS Research and Development—Effect on Economy 1. JAMES SHAW (Green) to the...
2015/03/26 00:26
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New radars to give WA farming regions boost to phone coverage Vastly improved weather radar services and mobile phone coverage for parts of regional WA has been flagged by Western Australia's...
2015/03/25 21:17
2015/03/25 21:17
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A MELBOURNE mother and son killed in the French air disaster were remembered for their kindness, compassion and love of travel. Ashwood mother of two Carol Friday, 68, and her son, Greig, 29, were on...
2015/03/25 17:24
2015/03/25 17:24
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Otago Regional Council environmental monitoring and operations manager Jeff Donaldson has recently been helping with eradication efforts in Auckland after the Queensland fruit fly outbreak there. ORC...
2015/03/25 17:24
2015/03/25 17:24
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Melilla 201 at the Birch St wharf. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery Transport & Marine Ltd managing director Dennis Nisbet, the owner of the company which tendered for the vessel, said the ship reached...
2015/03/25 13:50
2015/03/25 13:50
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Brothers Chris, front, and Gerry Apostolatos at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Wednesday. Photo: Jason South Two brothers have pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges after more than one million...
2015/03/25 07:42
2015/03/25 07:42
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TALLANGATTA Valley farmer loses prized working dog in horrifying attack. BEEF farmer Adrian Hobbs has been living in the Tallangatta Valley for two years and has only seen a couple of wild dogs in...
2015/03/25 04:16
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The signing of the New Zealand-Korea Free Trade Agreement will create a boom for the Bay's horticultural sector, says Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller. In a written statement, he said kiwifruit...
2015/03/25 03:42
2015/03/25 03:42
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WIMMERA: Farmers are struggling as the region’s record dry spell continues through autumn. WIMMERA farmers are struggling as the region’s record dry spell continues through autumn. In a statement...
2015/03/25 03:26
2015/03/25 03:26
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Call to detail Sunraysia fruit fly outbreaks The horticulture industry says privacy policies need to change to improve the fight against Sunraysia's worst wave of Queensland fruit fly. There are now...
2015/03/25 03:26
2015/03/25 03:26
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Salmon producer Tassal welcomes Senate inquiry as chance to put fears to rest Tasmanian salmon producer Tassal is eager to use a Senate inquiry to quash concerns about the environmental impact of the...
2015/03/25 02:39
2015/03/25 02:39
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Prince Edward Island’s Premier says he raised concerns about a drop in the number of temporary foreign workers available to work at the province’s fish plants during a meeting Monday with the federal...
2015/03/24 18:57
2015/03/24 18:57
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SPARKLING clean water, brilliant sunshine and a gentle swell greeted visitors to the Coffs Harbour International Marina on Friday to see the facility receive its accreditation as a Fish Friendly...
2015/03/24 11:15
2015/03/24 11:15
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Protective nets on five Illawarra beaches ensnared 21 sharks during last year's swim season, including a 3.4-metre dusky whaler at Coledale and a 2.92-metre grey nurse shark - a protected species - at...
2015/03/28 04:08
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