ACCC focus on bad ag business conduct in 2017

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission enforcement teams are honing in on misleading and deceptive practices, anti-competitive conduct and unfair contracts affecting small businesses in the farm sector

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ACCC focus on bad ag business conduct in 2017

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission enforcement teams are honing in on misleading and deceptive practices, anti-competitive conduct and unfair contracts affecting small businesses in the farm sector

2/23/2017 9:00:00 PM Read more

http://www.northqueenslandregister.com.au/news/

ACCC focus on bad ag business conduct in 2017

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission enforcement teams are honing in on misleading and deceptive practices, anti-competitive conduct and unfair contracts affecting small businesses in the farm sector

2/23/2017 9:00:00 PM Read more

http://www.theland.com.au/news/

ACCC focus on bad ag business conduct in 2017

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission enforcement teams are honing in on misleading and deceptive practices, anti-competitive conduct and unfair contracts affecting small businesses in the farm sector

2/23/2017 9:00:00 PM Read more

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ACCC focus on bad ag business conduct in 2017

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission enforcement teams are honing in on misleading and deceptive practices, anti-competitive conduct and unfair contracts affecting small businesses in the farm sector

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http://www.queenslandcountrylife.com.au/news/

Matt Brann reports on Indonesia's decision to increase the weight limits for Aussie cattle

Troy Setter (CPC) and Stuart Kemp (NTLEA) talk about the significance of Indonesia changing the weight restrictions for Australian cattle. READ MORE.

2/23/2017 6:16:58 PM Read more

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NSW cattle farmer capitalises on conservation tick of approval

A New South Wales farmer has placed a third of her property under a conservation covenant in the hope it will increase the value of the farm and its produce.

2/23/2017 6:10:27 PM Read more

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Farmers hope to capitalise on environmental edge

A New South Wales beef and wool farmer has placed a third of her property under conservation in hopes the farm’s environmental credentials will attract 'high end' international buyers.

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Labor MPs call for recognition of Palestinian statehood ahead of Bill Shorten's meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu

A group of federal Labor MPs have urged Australian recognition of a Palestinian state, echoing the high-profile interventions of party elders ahead of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten's meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

2/23/2017 6:05:11 PM Read more

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Labor MPs call for recognition of Palestinian statehood ahead of Bill Shorten's meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu

A group of federal Labor MPs have urged Australian recognition of a Palestinian state, echoing the high-profile interventions of party elders ahead of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten's meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Labor MPs call for recognition of Palestinian statehood ahead of Bill Shorten's meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu

A group of federal Labor MPs have urged Australian recognition of a Palestinian state, echoing the high-profile interventions of party elders ahead of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten's meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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http://www.queenslandcountrylife.com.au/news/

Labor's penalty rates 'victim' is a Coles worker who won't be affected by changes

He was supposed to be the human face of the thousands of weekend workers affected by the cut in Sunday penalty rates.

2/23/2017 5:58:05 PM Read more

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Labor's penalty rates 'victim' is a Coles worker who won't be affected by changes

He was supposed to be the human face of the thousands of weekend workers affected by the cut in Sunday penalty rates.

2/23/2017 5:58:05 PM Read more

http://www.northqueenslandregister.com.au/news/

Labor's penalty rates 'victim' is a Coles worker who won't be affected by changes

He was supposed to be the human face of the thousands of weekend workers affected by the cut in Sunday penalty rates.

2/23/2017 5:58:05 PM Read more

http://www.queenslandcountrylife.com.au/news/

Buster and Jessie

Jessie Gooding with Jane Waterhouse

Ahmed Fahour's successor as Australia Post boss set to receive multi-million dollar pay cut

Ahmed Fahour's successor as Australia Post chief executive is set to receive a massive multi-million dollar pay cut after the Turnbull government stripped the postal service's board of responsibility to set the salary of its managing director.

2/23/2017 5:36:07 PM Read more

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Ahmed Fahour's successor as Australia Post boss set to receive multi-million dollar pay cut

Ahmed Fahour's successor as Australia Post chief executive is set to receive a massive multi-million dollar pay cut after the Turnbull government stripped the postal service's board of responsibility to set the salary of its managing director.

2/23/2017 5:36:07 PM Read more

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Ahmed Fahour's successor as Australia Post boss set to receive multi-million dollar pay cut

Ahmed Fahour's successor as Australia Post chief executive is set to receive a massive multi-million dollar pay cut after the Turnbull government stripped the postal service's board of responsibility to set the salary of its managing director.

2/23/2017 5:36:07 PM Read more

http://www.queenslandcountrylife.com.au/news/

Victoria demands answers from AEMO for blackout risks during NSW heatwave

The Victorian government is demanding the operator of Australia's main electricity grid explain how the state came close to losing electricity during the recent extreme heatwave to ensure NSW avoided power outages, adding to calls for a wider inquiry.

2/23/2017 5:00:10 PM Read more

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