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- Fake meat fight brewing in meat industry November 21, 2017The consumption of food like chickpea patties, insects and lab-grown meat is on the rise and challenging traditional meat industries, according to an international report.
- Rejected Sydney Fish Market designer takes out major international award November 21, 2017An Australian architect wins a prestigious international award for his redesign of the Sydney Fish Market, but the sting in the tail is that the project is going to an overseas firm.
- Gina Rinehart gives Barnaby Joyce $40,000 for being a 'champion of farming' November 21, 2017The mining magnate presents the former deputy PM with a novelty oversized cheque at a National Farmers' Federation gala dinner, but the lobby group is distancing itself from the gesture.
- Female first mate cracks male-dominated fishing industry November 21, 2017A female first mate in the Gulf of Carpentaria's northern prawn fleet is proving women have what it takes to thrive in the male-dominated industry.
- What is A2 milk and what are its claimed benefits? November 21, 2017Over the past decade The a2 Milk Company has become a major milk player in Australia with about 10 per cent of the market.
- China will finance Adani mine, insiders say, but it will cost Australian jobs November 21, 2017An announcement is expected in coming weeks that Chinese state-owned enterprises, banks, and export credit agencies are backing the venture, meaning Australian taxpayers may be let off the hook, but at the cost of local jobs.
- Feeding the needy with odd-shaped button squash November 21, 2017A pair of big-hearted brothers are feeding the needy with farm fresh produce that still tastes great but doesn't meet supermarket appearance standards.
- SA pulls support for Murray-Darling Basin Plan changes, threatens royal commission November 21, 2017The South Australian Government says it will not support changes to the $10 billion Murray-Darling Basin Plan and is now considering a state royal commission.
- New gold royalty hike dead in the water November 21, 2017The Government is almost certain to suffer another defeat in its attempt to repair a $400 million budget black hole after a revised increase to gold royalties is instantly rejected by both the Opposition and the mining sector.
- Look beyond the Akubra: Farming isn't quaint, it's a hot bed of innovation November 21, 2017It's time to rethink this perception of agriculture as "traditional". Farmers have always lead the way on innovation, writes Verity Morgan-Schmidt.