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THE Commonwealth Government expects Victoria to help upgrade some of the State's 3892 mobile phone blackspots, according to Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Communications, Paul Fletcher.

States to pitch in to fix blackspots  

THE Commonwealth Government expects Victoria to help upgrade some of the State's 3892 mobile phone blackspots, according to Federal
BASS Strait island buyers have again been strong supporters of the spring Landfall Angus sale at Launceston, Tasmania. 30 Oct 14 BASS Strait island buyers have again been strong supporters of the spring Landfall Angus sale at Launceston, Tasmania.
A campaign to ensure that Victorian State Government procurement policy prioritises Victorian-grown produce is picking up steam, with AUSVEG adding its voice to calls for policy reform. 30 Oct 14 1 A campaign to ensure that Victorian State Government procurement policy prioritises Victorian-grown produce is...
FARMERS in Tasmania and NSW are leading the pack when it comes to investing in infrastructure to make the most of current market and seasonal conditions. 30 Oct 14 FARMERS in Tasmania and NSW are leading the pack when it comes to investing in infrastructure to make the most of...
FORMER Labor powerbroker Simon Crean has been appointed the new chair of the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council. 29 Oct 14 2 FORMER Labor powerbroker Simon Crean has been appointed the new chair of the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council.

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LIVESTOCK exporters have been given rare praise for improving animal welfare in export markets from DAFF Secretary Phillip Glyde.
Exporters improving welfare LIVESTOCK exporters have been given rare praise for improving...
FORMER Labor powerbroker Simon Crean has been appointed the new chair of the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council.
Simon Crean new ALEC boss FORMER Labor powerbroker Simon Crean has been appointed the new...

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Katrina - that doesn't answer my question, Australia is trying it's best to educate these
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One of the best decisions an Australian government has ever made. When you have to resort to
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I think we have bushie boy worked out argis. A know it all city slicker.
LIQUOR retailers are being offered huge discounts on Penfolds Grange in what they say is a move by TWE to clear out excess stock. LIQUOR retailers are being offered huge discounts on Penfolds Grange in what they say is a move by TWE to clear out...

A campaign to ensure that Victorian State Government procurement policy prioritises Victorian-grown produce is picking up steam, with AUSVEG adding its voice to calls for policy reform.30 Oct 14  1 A campaign to ensure that Victorian State Government procurement policy prioritises Victorian-grown produce is...
ACCESS to export markets and a transport system able to deliver agricultural goods are among the key election issues affecting Victorian agricultural industries, Agriculture Minister Peter Walsh said at a Rural Press Club event in Melbourne last week.21 Oct 14 ACCESS to export markets and a transport system able to deliver agricultural goods are among the key election issues...
REGULATIONS imposed on the live ex industry could be a marketing advantage to differentiate Australia as a global leader, says Mick Keogh.30 Oct 14 REGULATIONS imposed on the live ex industry could be a marketing advantage to differentiate Australia as a global...
LIVESTOCK exporters have been given rare praise for improving animal welfare in export markets from DAFF Secretary Phillip Glyde.30 Oct 14  2 LIVESTOCK exporters have been given rare praise for improving animal welfare in export markets from DAFF Secretary...

SOUTHERN Australia will be called on to supply 22,500 dairy cattle to Sri Lanka after securing two contracts worth almost $100 million29 Oct 14  1 SOUTHERN Australia will be called on to supply 22,500 dairy cattle to Sri Lanka after securing two contracts worth...
The $18 million expansion of Pactum Dairy Group’s Shepparton plant has been fast-tracked to keep up with the demand from Asia for its UHT milk.22 Oct 14  1 The $18 million expansion of Pactum Dairy Group’s Shepparton plant has been fast-tracked to keep up with the demand...
NZ woolgrowers have rejected a new wool levy focused on funding research and development, education and communication.

NZ woolgrowers have rejected a new wool levy focused on funding research and development, education and...

AUSTRALIA'S third-largest poppy company is relocating its processing plant from plant from Cressy, Tasmania, to Melbourne.22 Oct 14  1 AUSTRALIA'S third-largest poppy company is relocating its processing plant from plant from Cressy, Tasmania, to...
THE Victorian truffle industry has grown in the past decade, driven by the desire of farmers to understand the secrets to growing these fungi and the ability of small landholders to produce a crop.06 Oct 14  2 THE Victorian truffle industry has grown in the past decade, driven by the desire of farmers to understand the...

CHANCES of a large summer crop around Northern and Central NSW are slim, with a lot of areas needing large amounts of rain before they'd consider of increasing their hectares.
28 Oct 14 CHANCES of a large summer crop around Northern and Central NSW are slim, with a lot of areas needing large amounts...
WHEAT breeder AGT is confident its new Kiora variety will provide a bold new option to growers in medium to high rainfall zones in the south.28 Oct 14  4 WHEAT breeder AGT is confident its new Kiora variety will provide a bold new option to growers in medium to high...
IF ONE boomspray manufacturer from the Netherlands gets its way, we’ll be hearing a lot more about their expertise with spraying equipment. IF ONE boomspray manufacturer from the Netherlands gets its way, we’ll be hearing a lot more about their expertise...

A GLOBAL research effort has finally resolved a biosecurity issue: four of the world’s destructive agricultural pests are actually one.30 Oct 14 A GLOBAL research effort has finally resolved a biosecurity issue: four of the world’s destructive agricultural...
FROZEN food producer Nanna's has released a frozen avocado product.28 Oct 14 FROZEN food producer Nanna's has released a frozen avocado product.
IN WHAT continues to be an erratic selloff of Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm empire, Thursday's auction has been cancelled.30 Oct 14 IN WHAT continues to be an erratic selloff of Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm empire, Thursday's auction has been...
PROPERTIES priced near present market levels are selling despite some buyer caution, according to SA rural real estate agents.
30 Oct 14 PROPERTIES priced near present market levels are selling despite some buyer caution, according to SA rural real...
VICTORIA is set to get a new community-led action plan on rabbits, in an initiative launched by the Victorian Government today.29 Oct 14 VICTORIA is set to get a new community-led action plan on rabbits, in an initiative launched by the Victorian...
COWBOYS from Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia won rough stock events at the 2014 Warwick Rodeo.
28 Oct 14 COWBOYS from Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia won rough stock events at the 2014 Warwick Rodeo.