History repeating at GGL

Board instability continues to plague Grain Growers.
Board instability continues to plague Grain Growers.
Guest agricultural analyst Paula Fitzgerald talks about social license and innovation.
11 Aug 16  7 Guest agricultural analyst Paula Fitzgerald talks about social license and innovation.
Regional Australia Institute CEO Jack Archer outlines his analysis of the recent federal election in terms of rural policy and the government's agenda.
01 Aug 16 Regional Australia Institute CEO Jack Archer outlines his analysis of the recent federal election in terms of rural policy and the government's agenda.
CountryMinded party leader Pete Mailler takes a look at the Nationals' election performance with an eye to the future, with more marginal seats.
28 Jul 16  8 CountryMinded party leader Pete Mailler takes a look at the Nationals' election performance with an eye to the future, with more marginal seats.
Former High Court Judge Michael McHugh's carefully constructed definition of the industry's social licence uses animal welfare at its foundation; not the human benefit through jobs, taxes and enjoyment.
13 Jul 16  3 Former High Court Judge Michael McHugh's carefully constructed definition of the industry's social licence uses animal welfare at its foundation; not the human benefit through jobs,...
It is flexing its muscles to become one of Australia’s most significant importers of Australian food and fibre, but understanding the burgeoning powerhouse that is Vietnam is not easy.
13 Jul 16  1 It is flexing its muscles to become one of Australia’s most significant importers of Australian food and fibre, but understanding the burgeoning powerhouse that is Vietnam is not easy.

COMMENTS

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It was a disappointing saga that Terry Redman could have solved but he did not want to.
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Why do they forget the small producers they are the backbone of the industry. What. Did this
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Good these guys will be able to help the farmers they are treating like second class peasants.
THE draft Land Administration Amendment Bill has been scrapped, after the failure of almost a year of negotiations between the Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) and the Lands Department.
26 Aug 16  1 THE draft Land Administration Amendment Bill has been scrapped, after the failure of almost a year of negotiations...
ADAPTABILITY appears to be the difference between WA's top 25 per cent of broadacre farmers and the rest.25 Aug 16 ADAPTABILITY appears to be the difference between WA's top 25 per cent of broadacre farmers and the rest.