Northern Australia Food Futures Conference

3 October 2014 NT government The Northern Territory Government is a major partner of the Food Futures Conference, which is being held at the Darwin Convention Centre from 3 to 5 November. […]

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Article – Dams take lead in Joyce drought plan

23 October 2014 Penelope Arthur Queensland Country Life THE construction of new dams throughout Queensland would be just one measure taken to help drought proof the state if federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby […]

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Article – Strategy looks at freight on roads as demand increases

28 October 2014 Luis Narvaez Daily Mercury REGIONAL councils expect to play an important role in the development of northern Australia. Road freight, particularly heavy road freight, will also become increasingly important […]

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Article – RDA offers you chance to help guide Northern Rivers' future

28 October 2014 The Northern Star EXPRESSIONS of interest are now open for people interested in joining the board of Regional Development Australia Northern Rivers. A map of the area covered by […]

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Article – Class action on live ex welcomed

28 October 2014 Colin Bettles The Land A MASSIVE class action claim of compensation for Labor’s live export suspension has been welcomed by the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) and the Northern Territory […]

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Article – New chairman for NABRC

24 October 2014 Queensland Country Life BEEF cattle veterinarian Lee Fitzpatrick has been named the new chairman of the North Australia Beef Research Council (NABRC). Dr Fitzpatrick will begin his three-year term […]

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Article – China to scrap tariffs on Australian coal

22 October 2014 Cecilia Jamasmie mining.com The Chinese government has decided to scrap tariffs on Australian coal imports announced earlier this month once ongoing negotiations on a free trade agreement (FTA) between the two […]

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Article – Retail giant Brett Blundy expands his portfolio with investment in Northern Territory cattle stations

26 October 2014 Tim Lee 7 News Retail giant Brett Blundy is better known for bras than Brahmans. The Australian entrepreneur, who last year re-located his head office to Singapore, has made […]

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Article – Major projects in the pipeline to boost remote areas of the Northern Territory

22 October 2014 Matt Brann ABC Rural The Northern Territory Chief Minister has used a conference in Darwin to spruik the ‘major projects’ that could change the fortunes of those living in […]

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Article – Plenty of scope to increase tourism on the Northern Rivers

30 September 2014 Kimmaree Thompson The Northern Star TOURISM is a leading industry on Northern Rivers, bringing $1.5 billion to our economy and employing more than 7% of our workforce. But as […]

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