Gulf association lists its woes

TIRED road infrastructure, a need for transparency in the red meat processing industry and an urgent need for more professional mental health workers have been the main topics aired at a meeting of the Gulf Cattlemen's Association (GCA) at Normanton.


President Barry Hughes said the group was still in its fledgling stage and ensuring its foundations were right before it expanded from its Geo
TIRED road infrastructure, a need for transparency in the red meat processing industry and an urgent need for more professional mental health workers have been the main topics aired at a meeting of the Gulf Cattlemen's Association (GCA) at Normanton. President Barry Hughes said the group was still in its fledgling stage and ensuring its foundations were right before it expanded from its Geo
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Sheep - Wool
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Cattle - Beef
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Cattle - Beef
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The Japanese are VERY patient investors.......I think you'll find Sumitomo are playing the
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Joel, stick to geeing up Labor.I do not want to read this drivel.
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Sounds like a return to the Dark Ages. How soon before we start publicly burning anyone who
AWARD-winning Ipswich butcher Barney Nolan says the secret to a good bacon starts with the pig itself. Then it's all down to the curing and smoking process.25 Jun 15 AWARD-winning Ipswich butcher Barney Nolan says the secret to a good bacon starts with the pig itself. Then it's all...
THE Palaszczuk Government's refusal to sell state owned assets appears set to stall the development of Northern Australia.22 Jun 15  1 THE Palaszczuk Government's refusal to sell state owned assets appears set to stall the development of Northern...