Cheap wine brings more than three day growth

LIQUOR retailers are being offered huge discounts on Penfolds Grange in what they say is a move by TWE to clear out excess stock.
LIQUOR retailers are being offered huge discounts on Penfolds Grange in what they say is a move by TWE to clear out excess stock.
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A RAFT of proposals in Joyce's Ag Green Paper are unlikely to ever see the light of day because they conflict with government philosophy or are unaffordable. A RAFT of proposals in Joyce's Ag Green Paper are unlikely to ever see the light of day because they conflict with government philosophy or are unaffordable.
FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia. FLOODING and hail has caused widespread crop damage in large parts of Western Australia.
A MAJOR cattle station in central Queensland has sold for a 50pc discount to what the vendor paid for it at the top of the market, alarming local landholders. A MAJOR cattle station in central Queensland has sold for a 50pc discount to what the vendor paid for it at the top of the market, alarming local landholders.
AS AACo brings its markets into sharper focus, the edges of what defines 'the company' are blurring. AS AACo brings its markets into sharper focus, the edges of what defines 'the company' are blurring.
FARMERS in Tasmania and NSW are leading the pack when it comes to investing in infrastructure to make the most of current market and seasonal conditions.
30 Oct 14 FARMERS in Tasmania and NSW are leading the pack when it comes to investing in infrastructure to make the most of current market and seasonal conditions. | Green paper whitewashes...  | Unfair trade fear unsettles talks 
A PARLIAMENTARY inquiry has recommended changes to current Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) arrangements for food products.
30 Oct 14  2 A PARLIAMENTARY inquiry has recommended changes to current Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) arrangements for food products. | Food safety trumps free trade  | Robb defends foreign investment 
AT A joint press conference today, Clive Palmer, Bernie Fraser and Greg Hunt announced a plan to combat   climate change.
29 Oct 14  3 AT A joint press conference today, Clive Palmer, Bernie Fraser and Greg Hunt announced a plan to combat climate change. | Xenophon assists direct action  | Global Ag-Summit set for Canberra 
TRADE Minister Andrew Robb has engaged in a fiery exchange with broadcaster Alan Jones over foreign investment and trade agreements.
29 Oct 14  4 TRADE Minister Andrew Robb has engaged in a fiery exchange with broadcaster Alan Jones over foreign investment and trade agreements. | Where's the FDI register?  | Joyce defends FDI register delay 
THE live export ban class action compensation claim was discussed in the Coalition’s joint party room meeting yesterday by PM Tony Abbott and others.
29 Oct 14  17 THE live export ban class action compensation claim was discussed in the Coalition’s joint party room meeting yesterday by PM Tony Abbott and others. | Class action on live ex welcomed  | 'No comment' on class action 
AUSTRALIA is likely to step up its push for a trade deal with China after talks on the TPP failed to produce a clear schedule for ­a conclusion.
29 Oct 14 AUSTRALIA is likely to step up its push for a trade deal with China after talks on the TPP failed to produce a clear schedule for ­a conclusion. | Asia dancing to duelling trade...  | Trade Minister hosts TPP talks 
THE Harper Review's proposed ­amendments are an ­over-reach with potentially dangerous consequences, says a report for the major retailers.
28 Oct 14 THE Harper Review's proposed ­amendments are an ­over-reach with potentially dangerous consequences, says a report for the major retailers. | Producers in power push  | Cold shoulder for supermarket... 
AFTER winning the battle for a prized stake in the Australian dairy market, Canadian processor Saputo seems determined to keep expanding.
28 Oct 14  1 AFTER winning the battle for a prized stake in the Australian dairy market, Canadian processor Saputo seems determined to keep expanding. | Co-operation key to dairy recovery  | Moxey Farms on the market 
LEGAL advice from a leading QC has emboldened moves for a class action claim over the damaging live cattle export suspension in 2011.
27 Oct 14  17 LEGAL advice from a leading QC has emboldened moves for a class action claim over the damaging live cattle export suspension in 2011. | Class action on live ex welcomed  | 'No comment' on class action 
STRICT food safety standards are often seen as market protectionism or barriers to trade, rather than important protection measures for the consumers who will eat the food.
27 Oct 14  2 STRICT food safety standards are often seen as market protectionism or barriers to trade, rather than important protection measures for the consumers who will eat the food. | Asia dancing to duelling trade...  | Trade Minister hosts TPP talks 
AUSTRALIA'S largest private landholder, S. Kidman & Co, has been hit by poor rainfall and weak cattle prices second year in a row.
27 Oct 14  4 AUSTRALIA'S largest private landholder, S. Kidman & Co, has been hit by poor rainfall and weak cattle prices second year in a row. | MLA shake-up underway  | AACo's transition to strong... 
COMPETITION from state-owned enterprises is a key stumbling block for two massive trade agreements which the government is trying to settle.
27 Oct 14  11 COMPETITION from state-owned enterprises is a key stumbling block for two massive trade agreements which the government is trying to settle. | KAFTA report splits opinion  | Trade Minister hosts TPP talks 
TRADE Minister Andrew Robb will host his counterparts from the 12 countries negotiating the TPP for a three-day meeting starting today.
25 Oct 14  5 TRADE Minister Andrew Robb will host his counterparts from the 12 countries negotiating the TPP for a three-day meeting starting today. | KAFTA report splits opinion  | Asia dancing to duelling trade... 
THE government continues to face speculation about biosecurity being shifted from the Department of Agriculture to Immigration.
25 Oct 14  1 THE government continues to face speculation about biosecurity being shifted from the Department of Agriculture to Immigration. | Barney's biosecurity battle  | Joyce, Morrison in portfolio spat 
24 Oct 14 A 24-year-old man has survived a two and a half metre fall onto concrete at a Gold Coast hinterland cattle property.
THE foreign investment register for ag was announced two years ago but continues to be delayed as the China FTA unfolds.
24 Oct 14  7 THE foreign investment register for ag was announced two years ago but continues to be delayed as the China FTA unfolds. | Where's the FDI register?  | Serving the Asia-Pacific food... 
OPPOSITION Leader Bill Shorten has warned the government against rushing into a hasty conclusion on an FTA with China.
24 Oct 14  3 OPPOSITION Leader Bill Shorten has warned the government against rushing into a hasty conclusion on an FTA with China. | Abbott's line in sand on China FTA  | China, US ramp up trade pressure 
A WORLDWIDE perspective on agriculture will bring Reece Curwen closer to perfecting the way he helps run the family farm in South Stirling.
24 Oct 14 A WORLDWIDE perspective on agriculture will bring Reece Curwen closer to perfecting the way he helps run the family farm in South Stirling.
GOROKE farmer Darren Cameron would have received some odd looks had he taken the scalp of this particular fox to collect the bounty.
24 Oct 14 GOROKE farmer Darren Cameron would have received some odd looks had he taken the scalp of this particular fox to collect the bounty.
JOEL Fitzgibbon is claiming a salutary political victory over his National rival Barnaby Joyce, after a vocal debate over drought support payments.
23 Oct 14  10 JOEL Fitzgibbon is claiming a salutary political victory over his National rival Barnaby Joyce, after a vocal debate over drought support payments. | Ag green paper rejects ARDB push  | Plain talk on rural debt 
THE green paper produced by Barnaby Joyce is more about confirming his existing prejudices than forming good policy.
23 Oct 14  11 THE green paper produced by Barnaby Joyce is more about confirming his existing prejudices than forming good policy. | Green Paper finally on the table  | Ag Green Paper 'against govt grain' 
DATA analyst Jelle de Jong says telling a food and grocery supplier their trade spend is out of control is like telling them they are overweight.
23 Oct 14 DATA analyst Jelle de Jong says telling a food and grocery supplier their trade spend is out of control is like telling them they are overweight. | Woolies, Coles slash sliced...  | Grocery investments in the bag? 
BARNABY Joyce has publicly argued against his ­colleague Scott Morrison wresting from him responsibility for quarantine.
23 Oct 14  2 BARNABY Joyce has publicly argued against his ­colleague Scott Morrison wresting from him responsibility for quarantine. | Joyce, Morrison in portfolio spat  | Ag green paper rejects ARDB push 
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Katrina - that doesn't answer my question, Australia is trying it's best to educate these
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One of the best decisions an Australian government has ever made. When you have to resort to
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I think we have bushie boy worked out argis. A know it all city slicker.
NEWS of the secret profit-sharing deal prompted the Wheatbelt Railway Retention Alliance (WRRA) to describe the current situation as a “disgrace” and question whether a corruption inquiry or Royal Commission was needed.30 Oct 14 NEWS of the secret profit-sharing deal prompted the Wheatbelt Railway Retention Alliance (WRRA) to describe the...
CBH says a potential conflict of interest in the WA Government's oversight of Brookfield Rail operating a privatised State-owned monopoly asset, while being incentivised to profit share with the commercial entity, must be urgently addressed.30 Oct 14  1 CBH says a potential conflict of interest in the WA Government's oversight of Brookfield Rail operating a privatised...