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UPDATED 6.30pm: A LONG running battle between big coal and farmers ended with a win for Chinese coal giant Shenhua.29 Jan 15  3 UPDATED 6.30pm: A LONG running battle between big coal and farmers ended with a win for Chinese coal giant Shenhua.
29 Jan 15 The State government is in discussions with local health districts across NSW to expand a pioneering mental health training and treatment program aimed at helping those living with...

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DROUGHT affected Queensland farmers can now apply for a drought recovery loan after the federal government committed $50 million to the program this morning.29 Jan 15  1 DROUGHT affected Queensland farmers can now apply for a drought recovery loan after the federal government committed...
QUEENSLAND has been told to expect an unusual result on Saturday because the 2012 election was so extraordinary.29 Jan 15  2 QUEENSLAND has been told to expect an unusual result on Saturday because the 2012 election was so extraordinary.

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THE Tasmanian Government has moved to cut red tape around the state's industrial hemp industry.29 Jan 15 THE Tasmanian Government has moved to cut red tape around the state's industrial hemp industry.
DRAWING lines on maps to determine who gets drought assistance, or not, has always created inequities.
28 Jan 15 DRAWING lines on maps to determine who gets drought assistance, or not, has always created inequities.

A NEW chief executive officer for the WA Meat Industry Authority (WAMIA) has been appointed.29 Jan 15 A NEW chief executive officer for the WA Meat Industry Authority (WAMIA) has been appointed.
THE Australia Day weekend was a sizzler for parts of WA's North.28 Jan 15 THE Australia Day weekend was a sizzler for parts of WA's North.

A FIREFIGHT is brewing, bringing Country Fire Service volunteers to Adelaide for the second time in a month.29 Jan 15 A FIREFIGHT is brewing, bringing Country Fire Service volunteers to Adelaide for the second time in a month.
MORE than 20 stalwarts of SA's regional communities were recognised in the Australia Day 2015 Honours List.27 Jan 15 MORE than 20 stalwarts of SA's regional communities were recognised in the Australia Day 2015 Honours List.

A COMMITMENT from the major political parties to ban fraudulent fuel station price signage in Queensland was well overdue, according to the State’s peak motoring body.29 Jan 15 A COMMITMENT from the major political parties to ban fraudulent fuel station price signage in Queensland was well...
WETLANDS for Our Future is the theme targeting youth for World Wetlands Day 2015. 
Celebrations will be in full swing in the Burdekin from Saturday this week with local environmental organisations hosting a wetland display at the Burdekin Shire Council library and a wetland photography competition for Burdekin school students.28 Jan 15 WETLANDS for Our Future is the theme targeting youth for World Wetlands Day 2015. Celebrations will be in full...