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- Fish without the fingers — children encouraged to get over ick factor May 24, 2019The fishing industry begins an education campaign hoping to get more families to eat fresh local seafood, by talking to school children.
- Hemp used in housing and health food busts old myths May 24, 2019Since the rise of drug culture decades ago the fast-growing, fibrous hemp plant has been vilified, shunned and prohibited — but now it is finally shedding its undeserved bad rap.
- Mother-daughter duo document Australian floral art May 24, 2019A mother-daughter duo from Central Victoria documents the wide variety of flowers in Australian artwork in a new book.
- Station aimed at training Indigenous people set to close down May 24, 2019Bungala Aboriginal Corporation chief executive blames funding changes for Emeroo Indigenous station closure.
- Farmers and workers point to clawbacks as key cause of century-old milk factory closure May 24, 2019A former long-time Fonterra supplier says the milk processor only has itself to blame for the closure of one its factories this week.
- Wild dog fence underway after decades of sheep being 'ripped apart' May 23, 2019It has taken almost 20 years of campaigning from farmers and today the first post of a new $11 million wild dog fence in WA has been driven into the ground.
- New lobster deal hits the rocks as industry rejects Government offer, scuppering proposed festival May 23, 2019The state's rock lobster industry turns down a deal it earlier struck with the Government to make more lobsters available at lower prices to West Australian consumers.
- Doubt over last WA live sheep export before summer closure May 23, 2019A consignment of 56,000 head of sheep due to be shipped on Saturday to the Middle East is in doubt due to a last minute, 700-page submission against the voyage by Animals Australia.
- Community wins over controversial chicken farm after seven-year battle May 23, 2019The Central Victorian community of Baringhup finally sees the end to a seven-year battle to stop the development of major chicken farm.
- Boutique vineyards face uncertainty as premier winemaker goes into voluntary administration May 23, 2019A premier Tasmanian wine and cider maker, which manages production for a quarter of the state's wine brands, enters voluntary administration, sparking uncertainty for up to 30 boutique vineyards and orchard owners.