Article – North's potential underrated

3 September 2015Lyndon KeaneNorth Queensland Register A KATHERINE forum has been told that more than 95 per cent of the country’s population needs to rethink how it views its northern cousins if […]

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Article – China free trade agreement expected to tip billions into Australian farms, dairy industry to be popular with investors

1 September 2015Dylan Welch and Jeanavive McGregorABC News From vast Central Australian cattle stations to the smallest southern Victorian dairy farms, the Australian agriculture sector is expecting a transformation later this year, […]

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Article – Century Iron Mines sells eggs as Australia moves from mining to dining

19 August 2015Andy HoffmanAustralian Financial Review The iron-ore business is so lousy that one Canadian mining company is shelving its biggest project and starting a new venture: selling Australian eggs to China. The […]

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Article – Northern Territory fracked gas to flow to eastern states by 2018, Chief Minister says

24 August 2015Ruby JonesABC News A pipeline that would supply east coast markets with shale gas fracked in the Northern Territory will be up and running by 2018, NT Chief Minister Adam […]

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Article – Acland coal mine: Draft authority for expansion of controversial $900 million project issued

31 August 2015Mark WillacyABC News The expansion of a controversial Queensland coal mine has cleared another hurdle, with the state’s environment department issuing a draft authority for the $900 million project. Key […]

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Article – Victorian Farmers Federation call for China FTA to be ratified

31 August 2015Emma BrownABC Rural The Victorian Farmers Federation has joined calls to ratify the China Free Trade Agreement. AUDIO: Victorian Farmers Federation President Peter Tuohey on the China FTA (ABC Rural) The agriculture […]

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Article – ConocoPhillips mulls major offshore gas project to keep Darwin LNG going

26 August 2015Angela Macdonald-SmithThe Sydney Morning Herald US oil major ConocoPhillips is targeting mid-2018 for a go-ahead on a potential $US15 billion ($21 billion) offshore gas development off northern Australia to feed […]

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China FTA a key focus of Robb’s Asia visit

23 August 2015Andrew RobbMinister for Trade and Investment Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb will visit Kuala Lumpur from 23 to 24 August and Hong Kong from 25 to 26 August, and […]

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Article – 'If those projects don't go, Queensland is finished'

19 August 2015Mark Ludlow & Misa HanAustralian Financial Review Townsville mayor Jenny Hill doesn’t hide the fact she wants Adani’s controversial $16.5 billion Carmichael mine in central Queensland to go ahead. “We […]

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Audio – The mining industry is fighting back

24 August 2015Saskia Edwards & Steve AustinABC Radio In the last month green groups have had a win against the Adani Carmichael mine with the mine’s approval overturned for a skink and […]

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