Pete Evans' Arcadian adventure

IT IS controversial but it is a natural pairing as far as My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans and the Arcadian Organic Natural Meat Co are concerned.
IT IS controversial but it is a natural pairing as far as My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans and the Arcadian Organic Natural Meat Co are concerned.
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GLITZ and glamour was the order of the evening as the red carpet rolled out in St George for the annual Cotton Growers' Awards. GLITZ and glamour was the order of the evening as the red carpet rolled out in St George for the annual Cotton Growers' Awards.
MOTION activated security cameras complete with email notification are the latest tool being used to combat wild dogs. MOTION activated security cameras complete with email notification are the latest tool being used to combat wild dogs.
THE Brangus breed claimed the top price honours at the recent February All Breeds bull sale held at CQLX, Gracemere. THE Brangus breed claimed the top price honours at the recent February All Breeds bull sale held at CQLX, Gracemere.
MARCIA is one super storm that caught Bureau of Meteorology forecasters by surprise. MARCIA is one super storm that caught Bureau of Meteorology forecasters by surprise.
MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of western Queensland to visit local producers and graziers.
“I’m looking forward to getting into the field with local growers and producers to hear directly from them,” Mr Byrne said.
03 Mar 15 MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of western Queensland to visit local producers and graziers. “I’m looking...
MELROSE Wholesale Meats boss Kerry Melrose is in the fight of his life as supermarket giants continue to push discounted meat products onto the market.
03 Mar 15 MELROSE Wholesale Meats boss Kerry Melrose is in the fight of his life as supermarket giants continue to push discounted meat products onto the market.
27 Feb 15  1 THE federal government is throwing $53.36 million at Queensland to fix 17 bridges across the state.
CANEGROWERS CEO Brendan Stewart has resigned.
24 Feb 15 CANEGROWERS CEO Brendan Stewart has resigned.  | US sugar deal sprinkled with... 
IT is one of the remarkable success stories of corporate Australia - turning the basket-case that was Elders, which was part of the unwieldy Futuris Corporation conglomerate, into a highly focused and once-again-profitable rural services business.
23 Feb 15 IT is one of the remarkable success stories of corporate Australia - turning the basket-case that was Elders, which was part of the unwieldy Futuris Corporation conglomerate, into a...
WESTPAC'S new regional general manager of agribusiness for Queensland, Peta Ward, is returning to her roots after 11 years to work with the people and communities she started life with.
09 Feb 15  4 WESTPAC'S new regional general manager of agribusiness for Queensland, Peta Ward, is returning to her roots after 11 years to work with the people and communities she started life with.
DEBT Free Australia - a forum focused on measurable actions towards a sustainable and debt-free future - is being held in Toowoomba on Friday, January 23.
16 Jan 15  12 DEBT Free Australia - a forum focused on measurable actions towards a sustainable and debt-free future - is being held in Toowoomba on Friday, January 23.

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No I disagree, Barnaby gets runs on the board when he adopts the Seven Senate recommendations
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It is important to actually read this Bill. It's advocates state that it is needed to ensure
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MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of western Queensland to visit local producers and graziers.
“I’m looking forward to getting into the field with local growers and producers to hear directly from them,” Mr Byrne said.
03 Mar 15 MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of...
27 Feb 15  1 THE federal government is throwing $53.36 million at Queensland to fix 17 bridges across the state.