Hamilton yarn bombed to celebrate wool history

AS Hamilton is scratched from the map as the Wool Capital of the World, residents have revolted by celebrating its rich wool history by yarn bombing the region.
AS Hamilton is scratched from the map as the Wool Capital of the World, residents have revolted by celebrating its rich wool history by yarn bombing the region.
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IT'S been a long-time coming, but it's finally official: the Euroa saleyards is getting a roof.
IT'S been a long-time coming, but it's finally official: the Euroa saleyards is getting a roof.
A NEW report is calling for more support for rural and regional students to help them overcome significant barriers they face in accessing higher education. A NEW report is calling for more support for rural and regional students to help them overcome significant barriers they face in accessing higher education.
THE thought of being the best young dairy cattle parader in the country hasn’t sunken in for Kayla Bradley. THE thought of being the best young dairy cattle parader in the country hasn’t sunken in for Kayla Bradley.
REINVENTING the R&D investment consultation model is the first priority for MLA in a restructure announced today. REINVENTING the R&D investment consultation model is the first priority for MLA in a restructure announced today.
A CAMPAIGN to address the chronic skill shortage in the agricultural sector has gained momentum and will see an increase in primary industry programs offered in high schools next year.
23 Aug 14 A CAMPAIGN to address the chronic skill shortage in the agricultural sector has gained momentum and will see an increase in primary industry programs offered in high schools next year.
23 Aug 14 AS PROPOSED changes to the country's cost of university study could see it skyrocket, New Zealand tertiary officials made an opportunistic visit to the Australian Sheep & Wool Show...
ONE OF the smaller selection of rams to participate in the Gippsland wether production trial will come from Nicholson River Merino stud, run by Doug, Lou, Hugh and Kate Pemberton at Nicholson.
23 Aug 14 ONE OF the smaller selection of rams to participate in the Gippsland wether production trial will come from Nicholson River Merino stud, run by Doug, Lou, Hugh and Kate Pemberton at... | Management key to Pendarra clip  | Poll Merino tops North East sale 
The third stage of Shane and Julie Flynn’s Mooramba Holsteins, Toolamba, complete dispersal was held today in Shepparton.
22 Aug 14 The third stage of Shane and Julie Flynn’s Mooramba Holsteins, Toolamba, complete dispersal was held today in Shepparton.
COLAC Otway Shire has $23.3 million reasons for retaining its municipal saleyards in council hands.
22 Aug 14  1 COLAC Otway Shire has $23.3 million reasons for retaining its municipal saleyards in council hands.
WESTERN Victorian dairy farmers are embracing social media as an important communication tool following  workshop held in Terang this week.
21 Aug 14 WESTERN Victorian dairy farmers are embracing social media as an important communication tool following workshop held in Terang this week.
TASMANIAN fish farmer Tassal  has reported a strong  rise in profits despite a small fall in revenue.
21 Aug 14 TASMANIAN fish farmer Tassal has reported a strong rise in profits despite a small fall in revenue.
21 Aug 14 A LAANCOORIE man, 63, has pleaded guilty to three animal cruelty offences relating to his failure to provide proper and sufficient feed to his cattle.
EAST Gippsland farmer Andrew French has welcomed the review into last summer's bushfire responses across the State - and called for a change in vegetation legislation to protect properties.
21 Aug 14 EAST Gippsland farmer Andrew French has welcomed the review into last summer's bushfire responses across the State - and called for a change in vegetation legislation to protect...
FOLLOWING admissions of systemic failures by Victoria's fire chiefs, the State's newly-appointed Inspector General for Emergency Management (IGEM), Tony Pearce, will investigate these issues.
21 Aug 14 FOLLOWING admissions of systemic failures by Victoria's fire chiefs, the State's newly-appointed Inspector General for Emergency Management (IGEM), Tony Pearce, will investigate these...
FIRST drafts of new-season spring lambs have begun to emerge from the State's north and the southern Riverina districts.
21 Aug 14 FIRST drafts of new-season spring lambs have begun to emerge from the State's north and the southern Riverina districts.
LAMB prices slumped $12 to $25 by the end of trade last week, with old lambs hardest hit.
21 Aug 14 LAMB prices slumped $12 to $25 by the end of trade last week, with old lambs hardest hit.
PLANNING consultants say their client Echuca Park is being forced by Campaspe Shire council to take their right-to-farm fight to VCAT after appeals for consultation have gone unanswered.
21 Aug 14 PLANNING consultants say their client Echuca Park is being forced by Campaspe Shire council to take their right-to-farm fight to VCAT after appeals for consultation have gone unanswered.
SHEEP producers located outside the new biosecurity zone in the Mallee are being asked to continue to sell their livestock at affected saleyards where they will reap the benefits of improved competition.
21 Aug 14 SHEEP producers located outside the new biosecurity zone in the Mallee are being asked to continue to sell their livestock at affected saleyards where they will reap the benefits of...
IT SAYS a lot about Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) vice-president David Jochinke, 36, that he thinks about Ukrainian farmers as well as those throughout the State.
21 Aug 14 IT SAYS a lot about Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) vice-president David Jochinke, 36, that he thinks about Ukrainian farmers as well as those throughout the State.
A LEADING Tasmanian upper house parliamentarian believes the Tasmanian Government should approve trials to grow medicinal cannabis.
21 Aug 14 A LEADING Tasmanian upper house parliamentarian believes the Tasmanian Government should approve trials to grow medicinal cannabis.
IT'S been a long-time coming, but it's finally official: the Euroa saleyards is getting a roof.
21 Aug 14 IT'S been a long-time coming, but it's finally official: the Euroa saleyards is getting a roof.
CAMERON Hilton has returned to his roots, having recently taken up a position as senior livestock agent with Corcoran Parker.
21 Aug 14 CAMERON Hilton has returned to his roots, having recently taken up a position as senior livestock agent with Corcoran Parker.  | Euroa finally getting a roof  | Colac backs local yards 
THERE'S been a moratorium on genetically-modified (GM) crops in Tasmania since 2001, but could co-existence between non-GM food crops and GM food crops work?
A senior consultant at Macquarie Franklin, Thom Goodwin, said the State's debate on GM needed to move forward, and co-existence could be the answer.
Mr Goodwin told delegates at a Grains Research & Development Corporation
21 Aug 14 THERE'S been a moratorium on genetically-modified (GM) crops in Tasmania since 2001, but could co-existence between non-GM food crops and GM food crops work? A senior consultant at...
REPEATING their success from last year, a ram bred in the Poll Boonoke stud of FS Falkiner & Sons has been judged Riverina Merino Ram of the Year ahead of 11 other competitors.
20 Aug 14 REPEATING their success from last year, a ram bred in the Poll Boonoke stud of FS Falkiner & Sons has been judged Riverina Merino Ram of the Year ahead of 11 other competitors. | Sheepvention roundup  | Management key to Pendarra clip 
A Laanecoorie man, 63, has pleaded guilty to three animal cruelty offences relating to his failure to provide proper and sufficient feed to his cattle.
20 Aug 14 A Laanecoorie man, 63, has pleaded guilty to three animal cruelty offences relating to his failure to provide proper and sufficient feed to his cattle.
COW prices have jumped today at Wodonga, with all buyers firing along with increased competition from a northern processor after a lengthy absence.
20 Aug 14 COW prices have jumped today at Wodonga, with all buyers firing along with increased competition from a northern processor after a lengthy absence.
WARRNAMBOOL Cheese & Butter chief executive officer David Lord has told the company today that he will step down from the top position.
20 Aug 14 WARRNAMBOOL Cheese & Butter chief executive officer David Lord has told the company today that he will step down from the top position.
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WTF, Thomas Jefferson said in 1802, "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to
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I am a Victorian John from Tamworth and I will not knock back Bunge's new Geelong export silo.
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Thanks to John Howard ,his Liberal colleagues and the Rudd Government we have lost our single
TASMANIAN fish farmer Tassal  has reported a strong  rise in profits despite a small fall in revenue.21 Aug 14 TASMANIAN fish farmer Tassal has reported a strong rise in profits despite a small fall in revenue.
THERE'S been a moratorium on genetically-modified (GM) crops in Tasmania since 2001, but could co-existence between non-GM food crops and GM food crops work?
A senior consultant at Macquarie Franklin, Thom Goodwin, said the State's debate on GM needed to move forward, and co-existence could be the answer.
Mr Goodwin told delegates at a Grains Research & Development Corporation21 Aug 14 THERE'S been a moratorium on genetically-modified (GM) crops in Tasmania since 2001, but could co-existence between...