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A MAN alleged to have shot at somebody mustering sheep has been arrested at Glen Innes and charged with intimidation.1:00 PM A MAN alleged to have shot at somebody mustering sheep has been arrested at Glen Innes and charged with intimidation.
A LEAK at AGL’s Camden CSG operation prompted a swift response last night, with residents reporting loud hissing from a nearby well.11:56 AM A LEAK at AGL’s Camden CSG operation prompted a swift response last night, with residents reporting loud hissing...

TWO lucky escapes in separate rollovers outside Kilkivan yesterday underline the message to take extra precaution on rural roads.
2:45 PM TWO lucky escapes in separate rollovers outside Kilkivan yesterday underline the message to take extra precaution on...
THE Roma based Surat Basin Gas Industry Aeromedical Service has airlifted a man who was injured in a single truck rollover between Miles and Yuleba.1:10 PM THE Roma based Surat Basin Gas Industry Aeromedical Service has airlifted a man who was injured in a single truck...

CONCERNS have arisen that the Tasmanian government’s anti-protest legislation could see farmers arrested for holding ‘‘Lock The Gate’’ style protests against gas exploration on their own land.11:26 AM CONCERNS have arisen that the Tasmanian government’s anti-protest legislation could see farmers arrested for holding...
FOOD labelling laws need an urgent overhaul, says the head of Tasmania's peak agricultural group.28 Aug 14  2 FOOD labelling laws need an urgent overhaul, says the head of Tasmania's peak agricultural group.

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A $20 million research and development investment in the State's agriculture and food sector will assist the grains industry to capture new markets in Asia and the Middle East, Premier Colin Barnett said this week.28 Aug 14 A $20 million research and development investment in the State's agriculture and food sector will assist the grains...
GLOBAL players will provide stiff competition to Australian producers for the considerable market opportunities for agricultural exports into Asia towards 2050, a trade conference heard last week.28 Aug 14 GLOBAL players will provide stiff competition to Australian producers for the considerable market opportunities for...

WYNARKA farmer Paul Anderson says SA's railway infrastructure not only keeps freight costs down but improves road safety for regional drivers.29 Aug 14 WYNARKA farmer Paul Anderson says SA's railway infrastructure not only keeps freight costs down but improves road...
NARACOORTE butcher Tender Cuts has won bragging rights after taking top spot at the 2014 SA Sausage King Awards.29 Aug 14 NARACOORTE butcher Tender Cuts has won bragging rights after taking top spot at the 2014 SA Sausage King Awards.

ART has been a prominent theme through most of Shirley Eckford’s adult life, from clay sculpturing to educating on its history in her later years.
Today, her 30-plus years of promoting art, culture and history throughout the Julia Creek region has been rewarded with an ABC Rural Women of the Award for Carpentaria (1995) and an Order of Australian Medal (OAM, 2010). 
25 Aug 14 ART has been a prominent theme through most of Shirley Eckford’s adult life, from clay sculpturing to educating on...
DROUGHT-STRICKEN graziers, shop and small business owners will have a ready source of information on help available, with the delivery of a magnetized, crisis-contact postcard this month.23 Aug 14 DROUGHT-STRICKEN graziers, shop and small business owners will have a ready source of information on help available,...