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HE WAS the quietly spoken Clayton Bay fisherman who raised his voice against decades of abuse of the Murray-Darling Basin.
SCIENCE still can’t pint down the mystery cause of something that has been happening in a Queensland river for years - some say decades.
THE difference between what the highest and lowest Fonterra suppliers will be paid will shrink by about 20c/kg of milk solids next season.
SIMPLICTY was the key to Fonterra's new-look payment system, according to national field manager Matt Watt.
THE strawberry nursery industry in Victoria has established an applied research and development capability located at the Victorian Strawberry Industry Certification Authority at Toolangi.
SHOPPERS will notice the price of Italian canned tomatoes rise after an anti-dumping duty determination.
VICTORIANS will be slugged $400 in higher electricity bills to subsidise those with solar panels.
SYDNEY’S single ladies are looking to the man on the land for love with outback farmers at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.