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THE Nationals WA will push for more agriculture spending, including $277m for its pivotal Seizing the Opportunity in Agriculture program, under new plans it will take to the March election. 09 Feb 17 THE Nationals WA will push for more agriculture spending, including $277m for its pivotal Seizing the Opportunity in Agriculture program, under new plans it will take to the March election. The policy, to be released today by party leader Brendon
WA's political parties launched into election mode last week and unveiled their lists of candidates. 10 Feb 17 WA's political parties launched into election mode last week and unveiled their lists of candidates. The Nationals WA, the Liberal Party and the Greens, plus some minor party candidates, are vying for the Warren-Blackwood electorate, which covers
BEEF producers looking to put more meat and muscle into their calves are encouraged to attend the sixth annual WA Charolais Bull Sale. 24 Jan 17 BEEF producers looking to put more meat and muscle into their calves are encouraged to attend the sixth annual WA Charolais Bull Sale. The sale will be held at the Brunswick showgrounds sale complex on Thursday, February 2, commencing at 1pm and
THE doors were thrown open at Sheron Farm, Benger, on January 12, to give a close up look at one of WA's newest Angus studs. 24 Jan 17 THE doors were thrown open at Sheron Farm, Benger, on January 12, to give a close up look at one of WA's newest Angus studs. Stud principals Jim and Julia Moore, along with connections Steve and Sandy Elliot and staff, invited the public to inspect
ONE Nation leader Pauline Hanson believes her newly-appointed WA candidates are the smart choice when it comes to agriculture. 25 Jan 17 ONE Nation leader Pauline Hanson believes her newly-appointed WA candidates are the smart choice when it comes to agriculture. "I've always been one to protect our agricultural industry,'' Ms Hanson said. "We can be the food bowl of the world if
FARMERS enjoying a well-earned holiday in WA's South West this month were reminded of maintenance work awaiting when they return to their properties at post harvest fumigation and monitoring workshops hosted by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC). 29 Jan 17 FARMERS enjoying a well-earned holiday in WA's South West this month were reminded of maintenance work awaiting when they return to their properties at post harvest fumigation and monitoring workshops hosted by the Grains Research and Development
THE Nationals WA will today announce another bold plan for the agricultural sector, including a $35 million research investment for grower groups. 09 Feb 17 THE Nationals WA will today announce another bold plan for the agricultural sector, including a $35 million research investment for grower groups. The plan aims to develop on this term's $300 million Seizing the Opportunity in Agriculture
THE Nationals WA have promised to expand the $40 million Water for Food program and an $87m increase in funding for infrastructure, innovation grants and groundwater investigations. 09 Feb 17 THE Nationals WA have promised to expand the $40 million Water for Food program and an $87m increase in funding for infrastructure, innovation grants and groundwater investigations. The Water For Food program, launched after the 2013 election, aims
THE Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party WA unveiled a record number of election candidates for the March 11 State Election, with party leader Rick Mazza hoping to claim more seats in Parliament this election. 01 Feb 17 THE Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party WA unveiled a record number of election candidates for the March 11 State Election, with party leader Rick Mazza hoping to claim more seats in Parliament this election. The party officially kicked off its
AFTER 52 years in WA and some 15 years as an Australian citizen, OAM recipient Jack Fletcher still speaks with a slow Texas drawl - no hint of Aussie accent. 26 Jan 17 AFTER 52 years in WA and some 15 years as an Australian citizen, OAM recipient Jack Fletcher still speaks with a slow Texas drawl - no hint of Aussie accent. Like a true Texas cattleman he also has a love of the wild west, big belt buckles and is
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AUSTRALIA'S record grain exporting run is not solely due to the massive levels of production for the 2016-17 season according to Emerald Grain chief executive David Johnson.
2:00 AM AUSTRALIA'S record grain exporting run is not solely due to the massive levels of production for the 2016-17 season...
THE State's freight rail network suffered significant flood damage from wild weather Friday and over the weekend, with some lines, including the main interstate line, still closed this week.
15 Feb 17 THE State's freight rail network suffered significant flood damage from wild weather Friday and over the weekend,...