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- Origin Energy says fracking jobs for NT locals a priority April 19, 2018Origin Energy says it will focus on hiring local staff, instead of fly-in-fly-out workers, when it resumes fracking in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin.
- Live exports industry forced to adopt Labor policy April 18, 2018The live export industry performs a major retreat on animal welfare policy by endorsing a Labor proposal for an independent inspector to oversee the trade.
- Happy sheep key to understanding women's fertility struggles, says study April 18, 2018New Australian research with sheep has found a very clear correlation between temperament and ovulation, forming a guide to understanding how stress can impact on a woman's ability to conceive.
- Car crash survivor searching for buffalo head as memento April 18, 2018A man who crashed into a buffalo at night in the Northern Territory, killing the beast, is now looking for its head to mount as a memento.
- Award-winning cheesemaker's legacy held in great stead by widow April 18, 2018A recent widow is pushing through her grief to keep her late husband's cheesemaking legacy alive after following him across the world to help him realise his dream.
- Farmers sell herds as they battle drought conditions in eastern Victoria April 18, 2018Drought conditions in eastern Victoria are forcing farmers to make tough decisions as they battle through a 1-in-20-year rainfall deficiency.
- Melons left to rot in paddocks as listeria outbreak cripples industry April 18, 2018Thousands of rockmelons have been left to rot in paddocks near Geraldton on the Western Australian coast as record low prices and lost markets mean they are simply not worth picking.
- Fruit fly response rushed, fumigation 'an extravagant waste of money', Labor says April 18, 2018Labor says taxpayers' money was wasted in the rush to deal with the fruit fly outbreak in Tasmania, with $250,000 paid for fumigation which was shutdown.
- Two abattoirs exporting beef to Malaysia again, others remain locked out April 18, 2018An abattoir in Queensland and another in Victoria have been allowed to recommence trade with Malaysia, while others remain locked out.
- Former fruit grower going for gold with new kiwi fruit crop April 18, 2018A Goulburn Valley orchardist rediscovers his passion for fruit growing after learning of the many advantages of producing gold kiwi fruit.
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