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Despite the State government's assurances, landholders remain opposed  to the mine, fearing impacts groundwater and farmland. 
31 Jan 15 Despite the State government's assurances, landholders remain opposed to the mine, fearing impacts groundwater and...
IN A CASE of unfortunate timing for the government, a Sydney exhibition will celebrate the Liverpool Plains as the election approaches.

31 Jan 15 IN A CASE of unfortunate timing for the government, a Sydney exhibition will celebrate the Liverpool Plains as the...

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AS voters in south-east Queensland sent a clear message to the LNP government, support in the bush seems to have stayed with trusted, sitting members.01 Feb 15 AS voters in south-east Queensland sent a clear message to the LNP government, support in the bush seems to have...
IN the seat of Warrego, the LNP's Ann Leahy was “quietly confident” of securing her first term in state parliament.01 Feb 15 IN the seat of Warrego, the LNP's Ann Leahy was “quietly confident” of securing her first term in state parliament.

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A DECISION by Australian and NZ health ministers to reject low-THC hemp in food has been described as 'a missed opportunity'.30 Jan 15 A DECISION by Australian and NZ health ministers to reject low-THC hemp in food has been described as "a missed...
THE Tasmanian Government has moved to cut red tape around the state's industrial hemp industry.29 Jan 15  2 THE Tasmanian Government has moved to cut red tape around the state's industrial hemp industry.

AN emergency warning has been issued in Waroona, with residents advised to evacuate or prepare to defend their homes as a fire burns in the town's east.30 Jan 15 AN emergency warning has been issued in Waroona, with residents advised to evacuate or prepare to defend their homes...
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.

FOR those on the road regularly, the big drop in the fuel price has bought reasons to cheer.30 Jan 15 FOR those on the road regularly, the big drop in the fuel price has bought reasons to cheer.
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.

A COMMERCIAL fisher has been fined $10,000 for possessing a large number of undersized scallops, with $21,000 from the proceeds of sale of the scallops forfeited to the state.30 Jan 15 A COMMERCIAL fisher has been fined $10,000 for possessing a large number of undersized scallops, with $21,000 from...
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...