Parents cautious about Moora Residential College claims

PARENTS campaigning to save Moora Residential College (MRC) have cautiously welcomed the Liberal Party of WA's announcement it will keep the facility open if it wins the next State election.
PARENTS campaigning to save Moora Residential College (MRC) have cautiously welcomed the Liberal Party of WA's announcement it will keep the facility open if it wins the next State election.
LIEBE Group’s new agricultural education and research facility was officially opened at Dalwallinu last week, with more than 80 people attending.
16 Aug 18 LIEBE Group’s new agricultural education and research facility was officially opened at Dalwallinu last week, with more than 80 people attending.
A NEW breed of canola proved its value in trials conducted at Kojonup last season.
16 Aug 18 A NEW breed of canola proved its value in trials conducted at Kojonup last season.
16 Aug 18 WHILE crop disease was not significant last season, high levels during 2016 have prompted calls for growers to remain vigilant this year to help protect potential yields.
WHILE crop disease was not significant last season, high levels during 2016 have prompted calls for growers to remain vigilant this year to help protect potential yields.
16 Aug 18 WHILE crop disease was not significant last season, high levels during 2016 have prompted calls for growers to remain vigilant this year to help protect potential yields.
AS daylight broke over the Avon Valley on Monday, 22 trucks and half a million dollars of hay started the journey to Combedin, New South Wales.
16 Aug 18 AS daylight broke over the Avon Valley on Monday, 22 trucks and half a million dollars of hay started the journey to Combedin, New South Wales.
GRAIN growers considering the nutritional requirements of wheat and barley crops following recent rainfall are advised nitrogen (N) fertiliser applied relatively late in the season can often achieve optimum results for both grain yields and protein levels.
16 Aug 18 GRAIN growers considering the nutritional requirements of wheat and barley crops following recent rainfall are advised nitrogen (N) fertiliser applied relatively late in the season can...
THE Australian pork industry is a “victim of its own success”, according to Australia Pork Limited (APL) general manager – marketing Peter Haydon.
14 Aug 18 THE Australian pork industry is a “victim of its own success”, according to Australia Pork Limited (APL) general manager – marketing Peter Haydon.
EXECUTIVE changes are taking place at Wellard with Fred Troncone resigning as director and executive director – operations recently and replaced by the current chairman and non-executive director John Klepec, who has been appointed as interim executive chairman.
14 Aug 18 EXECUTIVE changes are taking place at Wellard with Fred Troncone resigning as director and executive director – operations recently and replaced by the current chairman and non-executive...
THE Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of WA (LRTAWA) will be stepping up its fight to preserve the live export trade in coming months as its members have been directly impacted by no sheep being live exported since early June.
14 Aug 18  1 THE Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of WA (LRTAWA) will be stepping up its fight to preserve the live export trade in coming months as its members have been directly...
13 Aug 18 FOR the second time in just under a year WAFarmers, the State’s leading advocate for agriculture, is looking for a new chief executive officer.
ABOUT a dozen WA farmers will be heading to Canberra this week to share their stories of financial hardship due to bank lending practices, in the hope of extending and expanding the Banking Royal Commission.
13 Aug 18 ABOUT a dozen WA farmers will be heading to Canberra this week to share their stories of financial hardship due to bank lending practices, in the hope of extending and expanding the...
FUNDING research into sub-clinical mastitis in dairy herds continues to be the focus of Western Dairy’s veterinary scholarship program.
13 Aug 18 FUNDING research into sub-clinical mastitis in dairy herds continues to be the focus of Western Dairy’s veterinary scholarship program.
WITH last year’s disappointment behind him, Bencubbin farmer Brendan Geraghty couldn’t be any happier with how this season is shaping up.
12 Aug 18 WITH last year’s disappointment behind him, Bencubbin farmer Brendan Geraghty couldn’t be any happier with how this season is shaping up.
WITH a passion for community and a love for the country, 23-year-old Dimity McMorran truly classifies as a young gun. 
Growing up in Dowerin, Dimity moved to Perth with her parents when she was eight.
11 Aug 18 WITH a passion for community and a love for the country, 23-year-old Dimity McMorran truly classifies as a young gun. Growing up in Dowerin, Dimity moved to Perth with her parents when...
THE rise of the automated machines was one of the highlights at The University of WA’s (UWA) recent industry forum, with the Kondinin Group’s Ben White and Josh Giumelli sharing their experiences of automated technologies.
10 Aug 18 THE rise of the automated machines was one of the highlights at The University of WA’s (UWA) recent industry forum, with the Kondinin Group’s Ben White and Josh Giumelli sharing their...
VISITORS to the 2018 WA College of Agriculture, Cunderdin Open Day on Friday, September 7, will get a snapshot of the fantastic educational opportunities that the college offers.
10 Aug 18 VISITORS to the 2018 WA College of Agriculture, Cunderdin Open Day on Friday, September 7, will get a snapshot of the fantastic educational opportunities that the college offers.
BEING able to capture special moments with a creative flair is no easy task, as many have found and surely you have found yourself saying “it looks so much better in person”.
10 Aug 18 BEING able to capture special moments with a creative flair is no easy task, as many have found and surely you have found yourself saying “it looks so much better in person”.
WA Agriculture and Food Minister Alannah MacTiernan spoke to the 987 delegates at LambEx 2018 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday, on behalf of major event partner, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD).
08 Aug 18 WA Agriculture and Food Minister Alannah MacTiernan spoke to the 987 delegates at LambEx 2018 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday, on behalf of major event partner,...
TEACHERS from across the State were able to learn from innovative farmers through a new program which they can pass onto students.
08 Aug 18 TEACHERS from across the State were able to learn from innovative farmers through a new program which they can pass onto students.
BOOK lovers from the north eastern Wheatbelt travelled to Koorda for the NEWROC Literary Luncheon on August 1.
08 Aug 18 BOOK lovers from the north eastern Wheatbelt travelled to Koorda for the NEWROC Literary Luncheon on August 1.
A “perfect economic storm is brewing” for Western Australian livestock producers following the licence suspension of Australia’s largest sheep exporter Emanuel Exports in June, according to the Pastoralists and Graziers Association of WA (PGA).
06 Aug 18 A “perfect economic storm is brewing” for Western Australian livestock producers following the licence suspension of Australia’s largest sheep exporter Emanuel Exports in June, according...
LIVESTOCK producers struggling to control wild dogs and foxes will be able to use a new tool that has become available in WA.
Para-aminopropiophenone, or PAPP, is the active ingredient used in new toxic baits developed for the management of wild dogs and foxes in Australia.
06 Aug 18 LIVESTOCK producers struggling to control wild dogs and foxes will be able to use a new tool that has become available in WA. Para-aminopropiophenone, or PAPP, is the active ingredient...
ALMOST one third of a projected $124 million in capital to be raised for a WA Sulphate of Potash (SoP) fertiliser project may be effectively guaranteed against default by the German government.
06 Aug 18 ALMOST one third of a projected $124 million in capital to be raised for a WA Sulphate of Potash (SoP) fertiliser project may be effectively guaranteed against default by the German...
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AFGRI Equipment has a limited number of new John Deere S700 Series combine harvesters available for this harvest.16 Sep 18 AFGRI Equipment has a limited number of new John Deere S700 Series combine harvesters available for this harvest.
28 Aug 18 PARENTS campaigning to save Moora Residential College (MRC) have cautiously welcomed WA Liberals’ announcement it will keep the facility open if it wins the next State election.