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2014/10/16 04:12
2014/10/16 04:12
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In Australia, more than two-thirds of barramundi eaten is imported from Asia, much of the flathead sold is likely to be an unrelated species imported from South America, and shark, sold as “flake”,...
2014/10/16 04:12
2014/10/16 04:12
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2014/10/13 06:26
2014/10/13 06:26
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Tasmania's plantation industry struggles to find local forest contractors for harvest demand There are concerns forest contractors will be soon be imported from New Zealand or interstate to meet the...
2014/10/08 10:26
2014/10/08 10:26
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Past programs Vegetable growers who supply Simplot say it's frustrating to see industrial action underway at the company over a new wage agreement. Vegetable grower Andrew Craigie says at the moment...
2014/10/06 23:55
2014/10/06 23:55
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The harvest and trade of illegal timber is a significant issue around the world and it would be irresponsible for an Australian government to sit back and do nothing. Interpol and the United Nations...
2014/10/01 20:55
2014/10/01 20:55
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There’s an impending ‘disaster’ for around 15,000 small businesses in Australia as a result of the Abbott government persisting with a Labor/Green ‘environmental’ agenda. It’s to do with new...
2014/10/01 20:26
2014/10/01 20:26
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Taskforce calls for doubling of fruit and vegetable production in Tasmania A report into the Tasmanian fruit and vegetable industries has called for a doubling of production in the state by the year...
2014/09/22 09:12
2014/09/22 09:12
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A review of Australia’s competition laws has refused to back a push by some within government to ban environmental boycotts. The panel that put together the draft competition policy review was asked...
2014/10/16 04:12
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