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OPINION: THE style in which Richie Benaud executed his basic cricketing craft is integral to how he became such an icon.
OPINION: THE style in which Richie Benaud executed his basic cricketing craft is integral to how he became such an icon.
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COVERAGE of foreclosure tensions at farming properties in WA’s wheatbelt on 60 Minutes has come under fire on social media.
COVERAGE of foreclosure tensions at farming properties in WA’s wheatbelt on 60 Minutes has come under fire on social media.
ENERGY is a a major cost for dairy farmers, which is why Dairy Australia has launched an initiative to identify energy waste in dairies. ENERGY is a a major cost for dairy farmers, which is why Dairy Australia has launched an initiative to identify energy waste in dairies.
A PLANNED anti-live export demonstration in the US will feature a stuffed animal display of chickens, pigs, cows and a mammoth. A PLANNED anti-live export demonstration in the US will feature a stuffed animal display of chickens, pigs, cows and a mammoth.
OPINION: THE style in which Richie Benaud executed his basic cricketing craft is integral to how he became such an icon. OPINION: THE style in which Richie Benaud executed his basic cricketing craft is integral to how he became such an icon.
OPINION: ANTI-ANIMAL ag campaigns usually incite feelings of stress and dread, not confidence and victory. So what is different now?
2:00 AM OPINION: ANTI-ANIMAL ag campaigns usually incite feelings of stress and dread, not confidence and victory. So what is different now? | Shear lies frustrate wool industry 
OPINION: WHAT has just happened with the biggest trade deal Australia is likely to join in a generation?
16 Apr 15 OPINION: WHAT has just happened with the biggest trade deal Australia is likely to join in a generation? | Obama scrambles for TPP deal  | TPP 'critical' for Australian... 
DISTANCE education via two-way radio has long been replaced by broadband internet, but there is more to do to improve the experience.
07 Apr 15  2 DISTANCE education via two-way radio has long been replaced by broadband internet, but there is more to do to improve the experience. | Tackling ice 'hot spots' in the...  | Lambie registers new political... 
IF I were a fruit, I wouldn't be deemed trolley-worthy. Not in a popular supermarket chain anyway.
06 Apr 15  1 IF I were a fruit, I wouldn't be deemed trolley-worthy. Not in a popular supermarket chain anyway.
IT is a remarkable piece of spin for the Harper commission to suggest consumer interests should be omnipotent in Australia's economy.
02 Apr 15 IT is a remarkable piece of spin for the Harper commission to suggest consumer interests should be omnipotent in Australia's economy. | Coles, Woolies fight 'effects test'  | Duopoly tops Harper review concerns 
LAST month Mark Latham saw Frackman at his local municipal hall, but all he found in the film was a
02 Apr 15  11 LAST month Mark Latham saw Frackman at his local municipal hall, but all he found in the film was a "fracking false alarm". | Taxman's role in Frackman film  | CSG water issue blows up 
THIS alarming headline from the ABC: 'Pesticide banned worldwide still used on Australian strawberries', was shocking - but misleading.
01 Apr 15  1 THIS alarming headline from the ABC: 'Pesticide banned worldwide still used on Australian strawberries', was shocking - but misleading.
OPINION: THERE'S a deeply disturbing, yet widely accepted, culture of serious exploitation in some farm labour sectors, says KEITH PITT.
25 Mar 15  2 OPINION: THERE'S a deeply disturbing, yet widely accepted, culture of serious exploitation in some farm labour sectors, says KEITH PITT. | Black market in farm labour  | Ag still waiting for its workforce 
OPINION: IT’S true that alcohol and tobacco take a greater toll on our health system, but the use of 'ice' is an acute public health issue.
20 Mar 15  1 OPINION: IT’S true that alcohol and tobacco take a greater toll on our health system, but the use of 'ice' is an acute public health issue.
A GERMAN supermarket chain has introduced a supply-chain policy on animal welfare that may be the most progressive in the world.
18 Mar 15  3 A GERMAN supermarket chain has introduced a supply-chain policy on animal welfare that may be the most progressive in the world. | Abattoir surveillance lifts...  | Back's bill battles perception... 
NZ Prime Minister John Key gets a black mark for his bungling of the criminal threat to the nation's milk industry, says TONY BOYD.

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11 Mar 15  1 NZ Prime Minister John Key gets a black mark for his bungling of the criminal threat to the nation's milk industry, says TONY BOYD. xxx | New Hope targets our greener...  | Lion's WCB share out on a limb 
THE linkage between food, diet and global sustainability has not had the attention that it deserves, say researchers from UTS.
10 Mar 15  6 THE linkage between food, diet and global sustainability has not had the attention that it deserves, say researchers from UTS. | Toxic food: who’s really to blame?  | Food waste costs $500b a year 
GOOD businesses regularly review their operations to reset their objectives.We’ve been doing that too in the farm representation sector.
10 Mar 15  1 GOOD businesses regularly review their operations to reset their objectives.We’ve been doing that too in the farm representation sector.  | Fund white paper policies: NFF  | Grocery Code faces its critics 
MARKETS opened up by FTAs will simply go to rivals if we allow land clearing and water use rules to kill productivity growth on our farms.
05 Mar 15  7 MARKETS opened up by FTAs will simply go to rivals if we allow land clearing and water use rules to kill productivity growth on our farms.
THE local post office plays an important role in the life of hundreds of country towns, but its core business is in decline.
04 Mar 15  2 THE local post office plays an important role in the life of hundreds of country towns, but its core business is in decline. | Russians hold NBN Co to ransom  | The country towns selling to... 
IN the quest for blame on Australia's latest food scare, look to the consumer – because, whether we know it or not, it is all our doing.
04 Mar 15  7 IN the quest for blame on Australia's latest food scare, look to the consumer – because, whether we know it or not, it is all our doing.
AS ag welcomes ChAFTA, thoughts turn to how businesses can make sure that they are best placed to take advantage of its opportunities.
03 Mar 15 AS ag welcomes ChAFTA, thoughts turn to how businesses can make sure that they are best placed to take advantage of its opportunities.
CHINESE demand, both real and imagined, is doing to the global milk industry what it has already done to iron ore: increase production.
26 Feb 15 CHINESE demand, both real and imagined, is doing to the global milk industry what it has already done to iron ore: increase production. | Bega reports a profit bite  | MG defends performance record 
GOVERNMENTS are right to support freedom of expression, but it is another thing to allocate public money to an anti-industry campaign.
26 Feb 15  17 GOVERNMENTS are right to support freedom of expression, but it is another thing to allocate public money to an anti-industry campaign.
THE signing of the TPP - potentially a huge boost to Australia's integration with the Asia-Pacific region - could be two months away.
25 Feb 15  3 THE signing of the TPP - potentially a huge boost to Australia's integration with the Asia-Pacific region - could be two months away.
FORMER Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath was on the receiving end of an unprecedented verbal barrage at the weekend.
23 Feb 15  13 FORMER Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath was on the receiving end of an unprecedented verbal barrage at the weekend.
THE greyhound racing industry exposé would not have been possible without trespassing, says SIOBHAN O'SULLIVAN.
18 Feb 15  5 THE greyhound racing industry exposé would not have been possible without trespassing, says SIOBHAN O'SULLIVAN. | Country greyhound cruelty alleged  | Joyce still backs anti-trespass... 

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We used to have great mental health facilities in Ballarat and Bendigo like other places many of
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Fire ants, like climate alarmists, a real problem. I know what they can do with all that evil
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Are you trying to tell us Basil that you think global cooling would be preferable? Please
A TEMPLATE land access agreement to guide farmers in negotiation with oil and gas companies is close to being finalised, a Mid West forum on mining and agriculture coexisting was told last Thursday.2:00 AM A TEMPLATE land access agreement to guide farmers in negotiation with oil and gas companies is close to being...
RESIDENTS from a second Mid West shire have declared their desire to be 'gas-field free' in the face of renewed oil and gas exploration in the region.2:00 AM RESIDENTS from a second Mid West shire have declared their desire to be "gas-field free" in the face of renewed oil...