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A vintage day out for auto club

Posted on: December 20th, 2018 by
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Judy Smith,Warren Brown,Anne Coulton, Barbara Livermore, Marcia Fancourt, Mavis Humphries, Avril Mills (back) Max Smith,David Kelvin,Bill Coulton, Arthur Broadley, Dick Fancourt, Ross Humphries,Brian Mills,Judy Payne, and on the table top of our hosts' Ford F100, Cliff Stockley, Brian and Liz Galloway, owners of "Indigal Hacienda Grande"Maybe global warming is a fact of lifeor spring has come early.
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Fencing money spend still awaited

Posted on: December 20th, 2018 by
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Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson pictured with Wild Dog Fence commissioner Vaughan Johnson and Longreach landholders Elisabeth and Peter Clark, inspecting their exclusion fence.As Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson inspected cluster fencing projects at Longreach on Wednesday and repeated her conviction thatfencing strategies will help revive the central west’s sheep industry, an announcement on the allocation of the $5m for more fencing announced by the Premier in Continue reading the story "Fencing money spend still awaited"

WA hits genetic jackpot

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Ross Adams, Peter Jackson, Michael Gough, Rony McDonald, Bruce Cameron and Tim Spicer with the Westerdale ram that sold for $25,000 during the Rabobank WA Sheep Expo and Sale at Katanning last week.GENETIC advancement by WA Merino breeders has been rewarded with major interest from local, interstate and international buyers.
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The 2016 Rabobank WA Sheep Expo and Sale held Continue reading the story "WA hits genetic jackpot"

Grylls backs foreign capital

Posted on: November 20th, 2018 by
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Brendon GryllsINTERNATIONAL investments create more opportunities for local family farms, according to The Nationals WA leader Brendon Grylls.
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Mr Grylls said the Chinese company which trades in Australia as Kimberley Agricultural Investment and operates as KAI in the Ord River district, was just one example.

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Locusts looming as possible threat

Posted on: November 20th, 2018 by
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Regional landholders, particularly in eastern and southern parts of the grainbelt, are advised to inspect properties for locust activity and prepare to implement control activities during spring.SHIRES in the eastern Wheatbelt and South West could be at risk of significant locust infestations this spring.
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The Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) is predicting significant locust numbers in spring in Continue reading the story "Locusts looming as possible threat"

Adaptability is key to farming succes

Posted on: November 20th, 2018 by
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Graeme McConnell, Dean Nalder and Richard Bator at tjhe release fo the 10th edition of Planfarm Bankwest Benchmark.ADAPTABILITY appears to be the difference between WA's top 25 per cent of broadacre farmers and the rest.
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And last season helped prove it, according to the 2015-2016 Planfarm Bankwest Benchmarks.

The Benchmarks data sets released last Friday, show the top 25pc of Continue reading the story "Adaptability is key to farming succes"

Region’s promising signs

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QUEENSLAND Resources Council’s chief executive said there were signs of a recovery in the mining industry inNorth West Queensland.
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“Are there green shoots?” Michael Rocheasked rhetoricallyat the 2016 Mining Convention in Brisbane on Thursday.

“Technically the answer is yes.

“However, I don’t think we should get too excited too soon.”

Mr Roche said Evolution Mining’s stake in Glencore’s Ernest Henry Mine Continue reading the story "Region’s promising signs"

IMB Bank reports $29.6 million profit

Posted on: November 20th, 2018 by
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IMB Bank chairman: Michael ColeIMB Bank is reporting a$29.6 million profit after tax for the last financial year.The bank is describing theresult,9.1 per centbelow the headline profit result of the previousyear, as a consistent result in line with forecasts.
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IMB Bank chief executive officer: Robert Ryan

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Flying in to finals

Posted on: October 20th, 2018 by
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DERBY FINAL: On a weekend of grand final appearances for Leeton teams, it is the Group 20 qualifying final between Yanco-Wamoon and Leeton that will be a big drawcard.IT IS that time of the season when dreams of glory come to the fore and it doesn’t get much bigger thanthis weekend for Leeton shire.
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After tastingsuccess last weekend with Continue reading the story "Flying in to finals"

Kyrgios, McEnroe likely to team up

Posted on: October 20th, 2018 by
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Tennis superbrats John McEnroe and Nick Kyrgios are set to team up to try to conquer grand slam giants Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the inaugural Laver Cup.
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McEnroe has been named Rest of the World captain at the event's launch in New York, with old foe Bjorn Borg to skipper Europe in tennis's version of golf's Ryder Continue reading the story "Kyrgios, McEnroe likely to team up"