Truck collides with multiple cars at Dee Why

An out-of-control truck has overturned at a busy intersection in Sydney's north, trapping least two people in their car and spilling fuel across the road.
An out-of-control truck has overturned at a busy intersection in Sydney's north, trapping least two people in their car and spilling fuel across the road.
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THE last month of winter saw another month of high lamb production in Australia, at 40,459 tonnes cwt – an increase of 7pc on year-ago levels according to MLA. THE last month of winter saw another month of high lamb production in Australia, at 40,459 tonnes cwt – an increase of 7pc on year-ago levels according to MLA.
RECEIVERS for 10 financially distressed rural properties in central and southern Queensland have achieved well over $12 million in sales. RECEIVERS for 10 financially distressed rural properties in central and southern Queensland have achieved well over $12 million in sales.
TONY Abbott and Clive Palmer feature in the list of speakers at the 2014 National Farmers Federation congress. TONY Abbott and Clive Palmer feature in the list of speakers at the 2014 National Farmers Federation congress.
GROWERS will be able to legally desiccate canola with glyphosate, after the APVMA approved a product for pre-harvest use. GROWERS will be able to legally desiccate canola with glyphosate, after the APVMA approved a product for pre-harvest use.
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And what return will they get ? perhaps 2% on capital invested , there are a lot of better
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Property prices should really be in respect of what they(the property) produces as a business,
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Bushie, did you see the comments by JT about big mouth farmer haters who cant substantiate their
WA growers are demanding a major overhaul of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) including cutting government funding from the researcher's annual budget of about $200 million.17 Oct 14  2 WA growers are demanding a major overhaul of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) including...
A LONG awaited report into the management of WA’s freight rail network has called on the WA Government to re‐examine its grain freight strategy and develop associated policies to ensure the State’s freight infrastructure will meet future requirements.16 Oct 14 A LONG awaited report into the management of WA’s freight rail network has called on the WA Government to re‐examine...