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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.
22 Oct 14 The man found murdered, wrapped in plastic and dumped in a Bali rice with his throat slashed was trying to build a motel in Sanur and was experiencing serious cash flow problems, an...
22 Oct 14 Hong Kong’s political crisis shifted from its city streets to an austere university lecture theatre as student protest leaders faced off with government officials in a much-anticipated...
21 Oct 14 Australia's Indian community are planning a Sydney stadium welcome for new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi after he addresses Parliament in Canberra.
21 Oct 14 In its worldwide pursuit of corrupt officials who have absconded with billions in illicit funds, China is, increasingly loudly, asking foreign governments for help.
20 Oct 14 Joko Widodo has used his first speech as Indonesian president to call his people to “work together, and work and work and work” to make a stronger nation, with a particular emphasis on...
20 Oct 14 China is seeking the extradition and seizure of assets of corrupt officials who have fled to Australia with illicit funds running into the hundreds of millions of dollars.
20 Oct 14 Germany's intelligence service believes flight MH17 was shot down by pro-Russian rebels using a missile taken from a Ukraine military base.
19 Oct 14 The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.
18 Oct 14 The depth of the fears about Ebola spreading to the US have been encapsulated in a picture of a woman wearing a home-made Hazmat suit at the airport.
18 Oct 14 The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.
18 Oct 14 Hong Kong police moved in on a pro-democracy protest site in the gritty district of Mong Kok in a swift dawn raid on Friday, clearing barricades and tents which had snarled traffic for...
17 Oct 14 Australians are some of the world's great travellers, but when it comes to our near neighbour, Indonesia, we are a sadly predictable bunch.
15 Oct 14 The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.
15 Oct 14 Footage of police violence against black citizens has threaded itself through social media and onto mainstream news broadcasts and front pages, while in the background, constantly, has...
15 Oct 14 A 76-year-old British man, linked by the UK media to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, will be extradited to Britain.
14 Oct 14 The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.
13 Oct 14 The extreme Islamic group known as ISIL, ISIS or, more recently, simply as Islamic State, has rapidly moved to control and destabilise Iraq, sweeping in from Syria in the north and...
13 Oct 14 An Iraqi provincial leader has issued a plea for US ground forces to head off total collapse in the country's largest province.
13 Oct 14 At the hospital near Suruc volunteers are worried. No injured have arrived in the last 12 hours and they fear patients may be dying at the border, prevented by Turkish military from...
12 Oct 14 The Herald's picture editors showcase the best images from around the globe.
11 Oct 14 Emirates Airline head Tim Clark has challenged the official line about the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in a provocative interview with Der Spiegel.
11 Oct 14 Taiwan's President used the country's National Day celebrations to urge mainland China to embrace democracy, starting with troubled Hong Kong.
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Isn't is strange that chicken with 2 major processors and a myriad of minor ones, but no
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I would suggest that the cattle and sheep are MORE pained. Alison and ALEC are not the victims
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coles want suppliers to pay for theft in their shops, as a supplier i want coles to pay for
THEY may live in some remote areas, but the ladies attending the annual Women In Farming Enterprises (WIFE) seminar last week were far from isolated, with more than 100 women from across rural WA crowding into the Varley Hall.
Groups travelled from as far afield as Darkan and Ongerup to participate in a day of networking, information sessions and brainstorming.22 Oct 14 THEY may live in some remote areas, but the ladies attending the annual Women In Farming Enterprises (WIFE) seminar...
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  1 A LONG awaited report into the management of WA’s freight rail network has called on the WA Government to re‐examine...