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2015/01/29 23:27
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Radio hosts stump political leader for second day in a row. Brisbane FM radio hosts Robin, Terry and Bob have stumped a Queensland political leader for the second day in a row, this time asking...
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2015/01/29 21:53
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A wrap of national, international and regional news 8.22AM: Moruya-based South Coast Seaplanes fly high, but it seems the seaplane operation has friends in even higher places after a successful film...
2015/01/29 20:53
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A wrap of national, international and regional news to start your day! 7.52AM: Must be about time for a cuppa!! Hope your morning is shaping up just fine... 7.50AM: The property dubbed "the...
2015/01/29 16:18
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Aspiring director award gives a boost to ‘textbook’ expert’s boardroom mission. Dave Ashcroft was inspired to learn more after seeing a commercial board at work. The path to the boardroom began in...
2015/01/29 06:15
2015/01/29 06:15
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After 24 years on dry land, Tom McIlrath's boat, and labour of love has finally been lifted into the water. Tom McIIrath watched nervously as a 300-tonne crane lifted his home into Wollongong Harbour...
2015/01/29 03:28
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Stop Selling Off Our ForestsThursday, 29 January 2015, 3:28 pmPress Release: New Zealand First Party Stop Selling Off Our ForestsThe National government is once again allowing more forests to fall...
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2015/01/29 02:26
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Tasmanian hemp industry law changes welcomed by farmers Tasmanian farmers are celebrating after the State Government announced plans to ease industrial hemp industry regulations. The new industry...
2015/01/29 01:28
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Two projects to develop premium markets for New Zealand venison and lamb have won a total of $41 million in government and industry co-funding under the Primary Growth Partnership. 'Passion2Profit'...
2015/01/28 21:16
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A Hawke's Bay apple packhouse has been fined for using fraudulent paperwork. A Hawke's Bay packhouse has been slapped with a $40,000 fine after it used fraudulent paperwork to export non-compliant...
2015/01/28 17:24
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Rumours of water being taken illegally are surfacing in Otago as farmers face increasing pressure from the continuing dry weather and resulting irrigation restrictions. Otago regional councillors...
2015/01/28 17:24
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The Korean flagged ship Melilla 201 is expected to sail soon, Port Otago chief executive Geoff Plunket says. But Maritime NZ is unsure how long the vessel will remain in Dunedin before it will give...
2015/01/28 16:17
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Irrigation in South Canterbury had made a big difference but the water levels were running low and a "crunch point" was looming for the Opuha Dam. Photo / NZME. Farmers are "battening down the...
2015/01/28 11:15
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Fisheries officers seize more than 100 fish, sharks and sea snails during South Coast fishing blitz. Illegal fishermen on the South Coast were slapped with more than $10,000 in fines over the holiday...
2015/01/28 05:26
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Adelaide couple on trial over sale of cow 'shares' to supply unpasteurised milk A couple who sold "shares" in their cows to supply unpasteurised milk are on trial in Adelaide for breaching food...
2015/01/28 04:12
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VIDEO UPDATE: A Ballarat bush squatter has had his makeshift home demolished. Ballarat bush squatter Nicholas Zounis vows to rebuild underground after his makeshift home was destroyed. PICTURE:...
2015/01/28 03:16
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Korean-flagged Melilla 201 is helped by a pilot vessel and two Port Otago tugs in Otago Harbour near Aramoana last night. Photo / Gregor Richardson. Trouble has again hit the Melilla 201. The...
2015/01/27 19:26
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John Beswick has been awarded membership of the Order of Australia for significant service to the Parliament of Tasmania, including for primary industry The Honourable John Beswick, AM, has been made...
2015/01/27 19:26
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South Australia reaps benefit from 'outstanding' $1.8b grain harvest Despite a challenging grain growing season in South Australia, many farmers have been happy with the harvest. Frost, badly timed...
2015/01/27 17:24
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People taking more and smaller fish than allowed under fishing regulations made up the majority of those caught by fisheries officers over the holiday period. Figures released by the Ministry for...
2015/01/27 16:58
2015/01/27 16:58
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NSW Labor's ill thought-out and ignorant policy to create a new stretch of national park on the North Coast shows it has no regard for regional communities and no idea what keeps them surviving in a...
2015/01/29 23:27
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