Last Updated: March 31, 2015

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Berries wait on retailers

 Rebello Wines - Strawberry Cider with Ruth and Matt Gallace on farm at Main Ridge.

DESPITE support from thousands of Aussies, Matilda’s Frozen Fruit is still waiting to lock in supermarket contracts.

Children hurt in Eildon boat fire

Children hurt in Eildon boat fire

A BOY has a suspected spinal injury after a houseboat with 15 people aboard was gutted by fire on Lake Eildon today.

GM farmer to disclose costs

Organic Farmer Court Case

A COURT appeal by an organic farmer who tried to sue a neighbour growing GM crops has been put on hold.

Big dry ‘past crisis point’

Farm Debt Eviction Survivor

GRAZIERS are culling livestock and shops and businesses are closing down as the drought crisis in Queensland worsens.

Study ‘not meant to be scientific’

Acoustics Expert

PACIFIC Hydro says its study linking wind farms and health complaints was “never meant to be scientific”.

Lambie to set up political party

MP arrivals

JACQUI Lambie is setting up her own political party to highlight Tasmanian issues on the national stage.

Super fines over mouldy food

15/06/2009 BUSINESS: Fruit and veggie section of the new Coles store in Balgowlah. generic fruit and vegetables

THE nation’s biggest supermarket chains have been shamed by the NSW Food Authority for trying to sell mouldy food.

NZ rejects ‘toxic’ meat theory

Collingwood Magpies Training Session

UPDATE: THE New Zealand beef industry say it’s not to blame for two Pies stars testing positive to clenbuterol.

Aussies OK with halal industry: PM

Pm sends off Pollie pedal riders

TONY Abbott is comfortable Australian companies are paying Islamic groups for halal certification.

‘Aussie Beer’ brewed in China

‘Aussie Beer’ brewed in China

AN AUSTRALIAN company has been fined $10,200 for passing off Chinese-brewed beer as “Aussie”.

We’ll ban GM crops if elected

THE West Australian Labor Party will ban genetically modified crops if elected at the next state election in two years.

A career could be shortened

A career could be shortened

THE NSW election was meant to finish off Tony Abbott but the Liberal victory threatens Labor leader Bill Shorten.

Applaud those who ignore threats

Applaud those who ignore threats

BALLARAT firms that sponsored the local rodeo were targeted by PETA but it was the animal rights group’s usual glib.

Fraser never forgot the country

The Advertiser Library

MALCOLM  Fraser’s passing is the closing chapter of a political life that was oddly divisive and unifying.

Wintry blast Snow in March? Yes, that’s white

Snow in March? Yes, that’s white

IT might only be March, but snow has fallen at Victorian resorts for the first time this year.

Rain forecast Wet autumn forecast

Wet autumn forecast

AFTER a series of gloomy forecasts, the official long-range forecasts for Victoria are now predicting rain.

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Drug test looms for shearers

 Shearing. The Boot Shed. Maungadal Station. Hay.

SHEARERS  could be drug tested at work if a group of Liberal Party members in western Victoria gets its way.

Big farms sold Investors buy up big in Sunraysia

Investors buy up big in Sunraysia

A GROUP of Melbourne ­investors is securing a slice of the agribusiness action in the Sunraysia region.

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Challenger E Series Launch

AGCO Corp has shared this video of the Challenger E Series Launch with us.

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Coolana bull sale

The action at the Coolana bull sale on March 5.

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A2 Milk starts trading on ASX

A2 Milk. Supplied Picture: Supplied

SHARES in New Zealand-based milk supplier A2 Milk Company have slipped after they started trading on the ASX.

Treasury Wines in sell up

Curly Flat Vineyard, Lancefield. Phillip Moraghan.

JOBS are expected to be lost as Treasury Wine Estates closes a wine packaging business and sells four wineries and vineyards.

We’ll ban GM crops if elected

 Canola Flowers in full bloom near Lake Bolac in Victoria.

THE West Australian Labor Party will ban genetically modified crops if elected at the next state election in two years.

Lawsons, March 27: $20,000 top

LIVESTOCK: Lawsons Angus Bull Sale

BULLS sold to a top of $20,000 at the Lawsons Angus bull sale at Glenburn today.

Wycheproof, Mar 27: 7000 yarded

Wycheproof, Mar 27: 7000 yarded

JUST under 7000 sheep were yarded at the Wycheproof special store sale today.

Warrnambool, March 27: 1900 yarded

Warrnambool sale

WARRNAMBOOL agents yarded more than 1900 store cattle last week.

Headers to be smashed in derby

Header demolition derby

IT IS a demolition derby with a difference — headers smashing each other into pieces all in the name of fun.

Market boost for augers

Wimmera Machinery Field Days. Dairy Week, Schultz Sisters. Terang

FASTER headers and bigger silos for more on-farm grain storage is boosting a market for high-capacity grain augers.

Welcome boost to hi-tech mapping

Welcome boost to hi-tech mapping

JOHN Deere’s Machine Sync feature has been expanded beyond harvesting.

Dressage enjoys Renaissance

THE youngsters were out in force at Werribee last week for Dressage with the Stars.

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Greyhound Racing Victoria ‘sorry’

Shimmering Shape leads Sandy's Ghost

GREYHOUND Racing Victoria’s new chairman has apologised for the live-baiting scandal.

Three more live baiting charges

Greyhounds at Sandown - Melbourne Cup trials. Race 7. Malfoy comes from behind for an emphatic victory. This is a generic sho...

POLICE have charged another three people in relation to allegations of live baiting in the Greyhound racing industry.

Ex-AFL players go to the bush

AFl match

RETIRED and delisted AFL players are looking to country football as a place to hone their coaching skills.

A career could be shortened

A career could be shortened

THE NSW election was meant to finish off Tony Abbott but the Liberal victory threatens Labor leader Bill Shorten.

Lambie to set up political party

MP arrivals

JACQUI Lambie is setting up her own political party to highlight Tasmanian issues on the national stage.

Grapes accelerate at Stawell

Mt Langi Ghiran

AS CHAIRMAN of Wine Victoria, Damien Sheehan is at the frontline of the industry.

Churchill’s London rocked

IT WAS the era of The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton.

Weekly Times Travel News

Stop the rot this autumn

Stop the rot this autumn

IT HAPPENS every autumn, ­especially in the vegetable garden.

Get set for the big chill

English spinach

IF YOU’RE growing your own backyard tucker, it’s gloriously satisfying but a never-ending job.

Unlock soil’s potential

Lilac trees grow nad bloom better if limed every autumn.

THERE’S a special reason why lime is best applied in autumn and early winter.

Lamb shanks

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THIS recipe for lamb shanks will warm you up as the weather gets cooler.

Cooking with tinned crabmeat

Country Living FOOD PAGE

I AM a great believer in not making things harder than they need to be in the kitchen.

Mango in many ways

Country Living FOOD PAGE

AS WE say goodbye to another summer, we also say goodbye to an abundance of some of the best seasonal produce.

Clarkson revving-up tractors

AFTER years as the face of Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson wants to do a farming show called Top Tractor.

Weekly Times Back Paddock

Black drum magic for biggest crops

Black drum magic for biggest crops

NOW that’s what you call a zucchini.

Easy cob out

Easy cob out

DUNNSTOWN dairy farmers Karl Britt and Laiken Teague might have found a found a new string to their bow.

Chilling tactics

Shooting Ducks Season

DUCK hunters’ efforts to delay the arrest of anti-duck hunting campaigner Laurie Levy didn’t amount to much.

Fast boat seals deal

Supplied Editorial Fwd: More eco boat pics

PHILLIP Island is synonymous with penguins.

Irresistible Gippsland

Graeme and Rachel Robinson on their dairy farm in Gippsland. Cows. Cattle.

HIKING through Wilsons Promontory National Park is just one of the lures which pull visitors to Gippsland.

Gateway to rural delight

Gateway to rural delight

A TRIP into the surrounds of England’s most famous university town is a real treat, writes IAN GILBERT

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