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Going, going ... to Calgary

A national title is another stepping stone for a young Shepp ...

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Going, going ... to Calgary

Muster pulls a crowd

Real horsepower was on display when visitors to Moora, near ...

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Muster pulls a crowd

Ol’ Blue Eyes steals show

With his blue eyes and snow-coloured coat, Nanneella horse S ...

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Ol’ Blue Eyes steals show

Best start in years

Last week’s rain was welcomed by farmers across the Goulburn ...

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Best start in years
Thursday, April 24, 2014

Racing club tale is brought to life

Some of Australia’s greatest horses and just a few racetrack characters have appeared at the Benalla Racing Club’s grounds in its 150-year history.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Hooshta! You camels

Hooshta! You camels
By Rhiannon Gavalakis

Peter Hodge says the Arabic word ‘hooshta’, and suddenly four camels drop to their knees.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Signs of life in the Murray River

Signs of life in the Murray River

Monitoring of the Murray River around the Barmah-Millewa Forest region in the past two spawning seasons has found larval Murray cod and Murray spiny crayfish in areas affected by the 2011 blackwater event.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Fonterra goes for simpler price structure

Fonterra Australia has announced a move towards a simpler milk pricing structure.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Opportunity lost, says UDV

By Geoff Adams

Victorian dairy farmers will continue to pay millions of dollars in tariffs imposed by Japan despite the recent trade agreement, the UDV claims.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Fruit Protocols have become trade barriers

Fruit Protocols have become trade barriers
By Geoff Adams

Free trade agreements can help with Australian fruit exports, but one of the biggest roadblocks at the moment is phyto-sanitary protocols imposed by Asian countries, Summerfruit Australia says.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Beefier agreement

By Cathy Walker

Beef producers have cautiously welcomed the free trade agreement with Japan while Australia’s largest beef exporter, JBS, says the deal — which cuts the 38.5 per cent tariff on frozen beef to 19.5 per cent and on fresh or chilled beef to 23.5 per cent over 15 years — gives Australia an advantage against the United States.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Mobile coverage boost welcomed

A peak body for telecommunications consumers has welcomed the Federal Government’s $100 million program to boost mobile coverage in regional and rural Australia, although it warns not all coverage problems in the bush will be solved.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Bega Cheese looking for dairy consolidation

Bega Cheese may still be on the prowl for other dairy companies to snap up.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Toolamba rail track back in use by SunRice

Rail services along the Echuca-Toolamba rail line have resumed after the line fell into disuse because of a reduction in speed limits.

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Taylor's act wows examiners

Budding Kyabram actor Taylor Smith Morvell is one of 20 Victorian students chosen to perform his Year 12 theatre studies monologue in Melbourne next week.

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