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- Pest wasp on Australian islands could threaten agriculture July 26, 2017There are concerns that if the exotic pest Macao paper wasp is not eradicated from the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, it may change the way of life for locals and threaten agriculture on the Australian mainland.
- Hunter Valley wine makers diversifying to maintain position in market July 26, 2017Young winemakers in the Hunter Valley are looking for new ways to strengthen the industry, including attracting younger markets.
- Award-winning comedian Graham Norton launches latest SA shiraz July 26, 2017A South Australian shiraz features in the latest vintage of wines by award-winning comedian and talk show host Graham Norton.
- 'We're not bumpkins': Tasmanian farmers using drones, wifi July 26, 2017Irrigators signed up to Tasmania's Southern Highlands Irrigation Scheme are using technology to help maximise on-farm water efficiency.
- New plan to dam WA's Fitzroy River and create cotton powerhouse July 26, 2017A New South Wales-based company puts forward a new plan to dam Western Australia's Fitzroy River, but environmentalists warn it will destroy the waterway, which they want protected by law.
- States support funding boost for fire ant eradication plan July 26, 2017Agriculture ministers welcome a further 10-year commitment by all governments to eradicate red imported fire ants in south-east Queensland.
- $10,000 a glass: Online buyer pays $51,750 for bottle of Grange July 26, 2017First created as an experiment, a bottle of historic South Australian wine has been snapped up at an auction.
- North Queensland farmers slowly recovering from Cyclone Debbie July 26, 2017Some north Queensland farmers are slowly getting back to some kind of normalcy as they continue to recover from Cyclone Debbie.
- China orders halt to red meat imports from several Australian meatworks July 26, 2017China temporarily bans beef exports from six Australian meatworks, the Federal Government confirms.
- Panama disease confirmed on Australia's largest banana grower's farm July 26, 2017Biosecurity Queensland has confirmed the devastating disease, Panama tropical race 4 (TR4) on a commercial banana farm in far north Queensland.
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