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Six months since his passing, Arthur Rickards is still having a big impact on the beef industry.
Queensland primary producers requiring a handgun for their work can take heart from the dismissal of an appeal by the Queensland Police Service last Friday.
A Charleville grazier convicted of illegal tree clearing will only have to pay $10,000 in fines and costs instead of $112,000 after the Court of Appeal deemed that the penalty would have been "a crushing burden" on him and his family.
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