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01 Oct 14 AGRICULTURE students from the State's north-west are preparing for UNE's Growing Regional and Agricultural Students in Science industry placement scholarship program.
COAL seam gas can go ahead in NSW, but with strict conditions to ensure responsible development, according to chief scientist Mary O’Kane.01 Oct 14  3 COAL seam gas can go ahead in NSW, but with strict conditions to ensure responsible development, according to chief...

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RACQ CareFlight Rescue has airlifted an injured woman who fell off a horse at a property in Boonah, west of Beaudesert.29 Sep 14 RACQ CareFlight Rescue has airlifted an injured woman who fell off a horse at a property in Boonah, west of Beaudesert.
26 Sep 14 THE Bruce Highway remains closed following a serious traffic crash at Curra, north of Gympie this morning.

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SHOULD women in agriculture form a political party in an effort to get their voices heard on a national level?25 Sep 14  1 SHOULD women in agriculture form a political party in an effort to get their voices heard on a national level?
A Wagyu beast and seedstock sale and a plethora of great guest speakers could be some of the reasons registrations are strong to go to the Australian National Wagyu Conference next month.25 Sep 14 A Wagyu beast and seedstock sale and a plethora of great guest speakers could be some of the reasons registrations...

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A WA woman who has made it her mission to ensure the agricultural sector can attract and retain employees, has been named runner up in the national Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation Rural Women's Award.01 Oct 14 A WA woman who has made it her mission to ensure the agricultural sector can attract and retain employees, has been...
THE allocation of the State's grain shipping stem for the 2014/15 season is all but done after CBH's capacity auction finished late last week.
About 20 participants, including a handful of new entrants, competed in a blind auction to secure their share of CBH's 14.1 million tonnes of shipping capacity across the State's four port terminals.01 Oct 14 THE allocation of the State's grain shipping stem for the 2014/15 season is all but done after CBH's capacity...

DISTRICT Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula chief executive Rod Pearson says there are exciting times ahead for Cummins, with a range of major projects happening in the next few months.
30 Sep 14 DISTRICT Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula chief executive Rod Pearson says there are exciting times ahead for...
DISTRICT Council of Tumby Bay chief executive officer Trevor Smith says they are keen to maximise benefits from mining projects on the Eyre Peninsula.
29 Sep 14 DISTRICT Council of Tumby Bay chief executive officer Trevor Smith says they are keen to maximise benefits from...

TERRITORIANS should welcome, not worry about, foreign investment in the region’s agricultural sector, according to Primary Industry and Fisheries Minister Willem Westra van Holthe.29 Sep 14 TERRITORIANS should welcome, not worry about, foreign investment in the region’s agricultural sector, according to...
THE Burdekin Shire Council is calling on creative and fashion savvy residents to take part in the Trash is Trendy competition.27 Sep 14 THE Burdekin Shire Council is calling on creative and fashion savvy residents to take part in the Trash is Trendy...