The Federal Government's $10 billion water announcement could be seen as an admission that efforts to get governments to work together on water has failed, according to the NSW Irrigators Council.
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25 Jan 07 The Federal Government's $10 billion water announcement could be seen as an admission that efforts to get governments to work together on water has failed, according to the NSW Irrigators Council.
Industry's objections have not been enough to convince the APVMA to change its preliminary review findings, which calls for restrictions on the use of sheep lice treatment diazinon.
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24 Jan 07 Industry's objections have not been enough to convince the APVMA to change its preliminary review findings, which calls for restrictions on the use of sheep lice treatment diazinon.
Woolworths' National Drought Action Day yesterday has drawn praise from the grocery buying public, with shoppers from both urban and rural areas saving their weekly shop for the big day.
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24 Jan 07 Woolworths' National Drought Action Day yesterday has drawn praise from the grocery buying public, with shoppers from both urban and rural areas saving their weekly shop for the big day.
United States President George Bush has outlined bold plans to increase the production of ethanol from new agricultural sources in order to break the country's dependence on foreign oil.
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24 Jan 07 United States President George Bush has outlined bold plans to increase the production of ethanol from new agricultural sources in order to break the country's dependence on foreign oil.
Prime Minister John Howard has finally delivered his long-awaited ministerial reshuffle, which includes the promotion of Malcolm Turnbull to the position of Minister for the Environment and Water.
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23 Jan 07 Prime Minister John Howard has finally delivered his long-awaited ministerial reshuffle, which includes the promotion of Malcolm Turnbull to the position of Minister for the Environment and Water.
Minister for Environment and Water Malcolm Turnbull's opposite number in the Labor Party, Peter Garret, says the Government has failed to address the issue of climate change as part of the cabinet reshuffle. But Mr Turnbull says the public is feeling climate change through the prism of the water debate.
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23 Jan 07 Minister for Environment and Water Malcolm Turnbull's opposite number in the Labor Party, Peter Garret, says the Government has failed to address the issue of climate change as part of the cabinet reshuffle. But Mr Turnbull says the public is feeling climate change through the prism of the water debate.
A working holiday learning how to drive a header on Australia's harvest trail has been the adventure of a lifetime to young Dutch backpacker, Willem Wolterink.
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22 Jan 07 A working holiday learning how to drive a header on Australia's harvest trail has been the adventure of a lifetime to young Dutch backpacker, Willem Wolterink.
Northam is back in the running to be Western Australia's new alternative central saleyards site, following a change of heart by Agriculture Minister, Kim Chance.
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19 Jan 07 Northam is back in the running to be Western Australia's new alternative central saleyards site, following a change of heart by Agriculture Minister, Kim Chance.
Wheat Export Marketing Consultative Committee member, Peter Corish, is not worried by the threats against to Australia's wheat industry emanating from within the US Government.
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19 Jan 07 Wheat Export Marketing Consultative Committee member, Peter Corish, is not worried by the threats against to Australia's wheat industry emanating from within the US Government.
Telstra has a “gun to the Government’s head” with its all or nothing request for $600 million to roll out high-speed broadband to the bush.
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18 Jan 07 Telstra has a “gun to the Government’s head” with its all or nothing request for $600 million to roll out high-speed broadband to the bush.
Wheat Export Marketing Consultative Committee member, Peter Corish, says the committee will discuss the option of polling growers on the future of the single desk, despite the Government rejecting the idea.
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18 Jan 07 Wheat Export Marketing Consultative Committee member, Peter Corish, says the committee will discuss the option of polling growers on the future of the single desk, despite the Government rejecting the idea.
Australians have the chance to vote on which landmarks will feature in a new Aussie Monopoly board game, but the rural offerings are slim pickings.
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17 Jan 07 Australians have the chance to vote on which landmarks will feature in a new Aussie Monopoly board game, but the rural offerings are slim pickings.
Polling wheat growers on their views for the future of the single desk is not an option, according to Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran, who says the idea is unworkable.
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17 Jan 07 Polling wheat growers on their views for the future of the single desk is not an option, according to Agriculture Minister Peter McGauran, who says the idea is unworkable.
Telstra wants a piece of the Federal Government's $878 million Broadband Connect program to deliver fixed broadband to all but the most remote parts of Australia.
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16 Jan 07 Telstra wants a piece of the Federal Government's $878 million Broadband Connect program to deliver fixed broadband to all but the most remote parts of Australia.
The Federal Government's drought bus has hit Queensland, spreading the word on how small businesses can make the most of the relaxed rules for accessing drought assistance.
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15 Jan 07 The Federal Government's drought bus has hit Queensland, spreading the word on how small businesses can make the most of the relaxed rules for accessing drought assistance.
Australian taxpayers could be faced to foot the bill for AWB's actions if new legislation in the United States passes which would demand compensation for the rogue company's actions.
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12 Jan 07 Australian taxpayers could be faced to foot the bill for AWB's actions if new legislation in the United States passes which would demand compensation for the rogue company's actions.
International Fibre Centre chief executive, Barry White, has been working with the Chinese wool processing sector since 1978 and says the stinging letter from some of the biggest names in the Chinese industry should be a catalyst to drive the industry forward.
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11 Jan 07 International Fibre Centre chief executive, Barry White, has been working with the Chinese wool processing sector since 1978 and says the stinging letter from some of the biggest names in the Chinese industry should be a catalyst to drive the industry forward.
The Great Southern Supreme Merino Show and Sale is celebrating its 60th birthday by moving to Canberra in a bid to broaden wool's appeal.
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11 Jan 07 The Great Southern Supreme Merino Show and Sale is celebrating its 60th birthday by moving to Canberra in a bid to broaden wool's appeal.
The NSW Opposition has set its sights on the port blockages hampering the export of freight from rural areas.
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10 Jan 07 The NSW Opposition has set its sights on the port blockages hampering the export of freight from rural areas.
Up against some of Australia's best and brightest high fliers for the prize of Australian of the Year this year is a quietly spoken North Queensland horseman.
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28 Dec 06 Up against some of Australia's best and brightest high fliers for the prize of Australian of the Year this year is a quietly spoken North Queensland horseman.
In a blow for single desk supporters, the Federal Government has decided to grant bulk wheat export licences to CBH and Wheat Australia, but only for limited volumes and at a cost.
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22 Dec 06 In a blow for single desk supporters, the Federal Government has decided to grant bulk wheat export licences to CBH and Wheat Australia, but only for limited volumes and at a cost.
The shires of Northam and surrounding districts are not backing down on a proposal to build a 20,000-head sheep saleyard facility that is estimated to be about eight times cheaper than the Muchea saleyards project.
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22 Dec 06 The shires of Northam and surrounding districts are not backing down on a proposal to build a 20,000-head sheep saleyard facility that is estimated to be about eight times cheaper than the Muchea saleyards project.
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