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AUSTRALIAN dairy industry stalwarts Ann and Lindsay Jarvis were awarded the Australian Dairy Industry Council's Outstanding Service Award at an Industry Leaders Breakfast this morning in Melbourne.
AUSTRALIAN dairy industry stalwarts Ann and Lindsay Jarvis were awarded the Australian Dairy Industry Council's Outstanding Service Award at an Industry Leaders Breakfast this morning in Melbourne.
PHILLIP Hughes was a grounded young man, who never lost his passion for life on the land as his cricketing career took off. PHILLIP Hughes was a grounded young man, who never lost his passion for life on the land as his cricketing career took off.
IAN and Camilla Shippen began their sheep grazing career when they bought the 1821 hectare Moulamein property, Banyandah, from Ian's parents. IAN and Camilla Shippen began their sheep grazing career when they bought the 1821 hectare Moulamein property, Banyandah, from Ian's parents.
THE proposed investments in the dairy industry in Western Victoria by groups including Chinese investors has generated much interest as has the China Free Trade Agreement, which is seen by many dairy politicians as having significant benefits for the industry. THE proposed investments in the dairy industry in Western Victoria by groups including Chinese investors has generated much interest as has the China Free Trade Agreement, which is seen by many dairy politicians as having significant benefits for the industry.
4:25 PM Saturday's local elections in Taiwan may turn out to be a referendum on President Ma Ying-jeou and the ruling KMT's policy on economic integration with China.
12:44 PM Two months into Hong Kong's unprecedented pro-democracy sit-in demonstrations, the clearance of a key protest camp has left fatigued protesters at a crossroads.
11:16 AM Thailand's military-dominated parliament has voted overwhelmingly to ban commercial surrogacy three months after Fairfax Media revealed the plight of Baby Gammy.
26 Nov 14 As protests spread around the United States on Wednesday night, reinforced National Guard and police engaged in a tense stand-off in Ferguson, sparing the township much of the violence...
26 Nov 14 Hong Kong police have arrested high-profile student protest leaders Joshua Wong and Lester Shum, as authorities moved to clear a key protest camp.
26 Nov 14 Protesters across the United States have gathered for more demonstrations over a grand jury's decision not to charge the police officer who killed Michael Brown.
25 Nov 14 The anger that had been growing in over 100 days of continuous protest spilled into violence as the prosecuting attorney said that a grand jury had found no probable cause to indict...
25 Nov 14 After three months, the grand jury in Ferguson has finally reached a decision on whether to indict the white police officer who shot and killed a young black man.
25 Nov 14 The grand jury has voted to not indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
24 Nov 14 Tamir Rice, 12-years-old, was with his sister and a friend in a gazebo in a Cleveland park on Saturday when a rookie cop shot him in the chest. He was playing with a gun that fired...
23 Nov 14 The United States is becoming increasingly divided over gun control but while the argument rages its children keep dying.
22 Nov 14 Taiwan, the world's biggest maker of iPhones and iPads, has unexpectedly found its economy held hostage by protests by a young generation of digital natives, spawned – ironically – by...
22 Nov 14 The head of Emirates Airline wants better sharing of intelligence so that a disaster like that of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 is not repeated.
22 Nov 14 A newly assertive Russia is talking tough and sending its fleet, army and air force outside its borders, but the Cold War is over and unlikely to come back.
21 Nov 14 The severe sentence handed down to Chinese activist Ilham Tohti is consistent with a widespread crackdown on dissent.
21 Nov 14 Rebel groups facing death by starvation or IS are joining the Islamic State.
20 Nov 14 The adoption by critics of Thailand's military rulers of a three-finger salute from the Hunger Games films has led to screenings of the latest film in the series being cancelled in Bangkok.
20 Nov 14 Aid projects straddling the border between China and North Korea may be in jeopardy with the detention of naturalised US citizen Peter Hahn on Tuesday.
19 Nov 14 An executive of a car hire service which has risen from tech start-up to $US17 billion international giant in four years declared to a dinner table that the company should spend $1...
19 Nov 14 In a city already deeply riven with sectarian tensions, the brutal slaughter of four rabbis in an ultra-Orthodox synagogue has pushed Jerusalem to the edge of what many fear could...
19 Nov 14 Refugees and asylum seekers in Cambodia are in dire straits and the Australian government's plan to resettle more there is "madness", Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young says.
19 Nov 14 Powerful parliament speaker says the constitution cannot be changed before the election, just days after US President Obama hugged Ms Suu Kyi and said the law 'doesn't make much sense'.
18 Nov 14 Footage has emerged of a possible encounter between Australian 9News reporter Peter Stefanovic and the British-born alleged ISIL executioner known as “Jihadi John” four years ago.
18 Nov 14 Bill and Melinda Gates have an Emerald City fantasy.
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X dont know what you are smoking. If you want your grain transferred onto the blue water and
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Who decides what is illtreatment of animals? Most people eat meat,except for a few anaemic
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Since Aust is unlikely to accept Nuclear power generation EGS is the only option to avoid coal
VOTERS in the bush will have to continue to lobby hard, whatever the outcome of Saturday's election, primary producers say.
27 Nov 14 VOTERS in the bush will have to continue to lobby hard, whatever the outcome of Saturday's election, primary...
A DIRECT international shipping service from Tasmania is only part of the solution to the state's export issues, according to its peak agricultural body.27 Nov 14 A DIRECT international shipping service from Tasmania is only part of the solution to the state's export issues,...