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Dept unaware if man still has horses after Charlton case

Premium Content Dept unaware if man still has horses after Charlton case

DAF don't know if the man still owns horses.

Beef concerns addressed as leaders works toward urgent fix

Premium Content Beef concerns addressed as leaders works toward urgent fix

CQ’s beef industry could be in trouble if the trade dispute with China isn’t...

$30m loan gives farmers productivity boost

Premium Content $30m loan gives farmers productivity boost

It will allow farm businesses to invest in their productivity and build biosecurity...

WATCH: Illegal fishers in a pinch as vessel crushed

Premium Content WATCH: Illegal fishers in a pinch as vessel crushed

Covert surveillance busts open black market fisheries syndicate

Agricultural profits drop as drought takes its toll

Premium Content Agricultural profits drop as drought takes its toll

BY THE NUMBERS: Figures show how drought is impacting Queensland primary...

MP calls for heads to roll over drumline saga

Premium Content MP calls for heads to roll over drumline saga

AN MP wants heads to roll as the Labor and LNP parties continue to “pass the buck”...

'Presiding over a disaster': MP targets leaders after attack

Premium Content 'Presiding over a disaster': MP targets leaders after attack

North Queensland First party leader Jason Costigan says local, state and federal...

‘I’m in shock, I’m stunned’: MPs react to shark attack

Premium Content ‘I’m in shock, I’m stunned’: MPs react to shark attack

‘The Whitsundays has been a free for all for a long time … how many more incidents...

Gympie MP calls on Minister to resign over racehorse horror

Premium Content Gympie MP calls on Minister to resign over racehorse horror

IT IS incredibly exciting to think Gympie might have a direct link to the Melbourne...

'Not one cent': MPs debate alleged $50M drought funding cut

Premium Content 'Not one cent': MPs debate alleged $50M drought funding cut

'These cruel cuts will only make the drought worse.'

The shocking number of sharks caught off the Mackay coast

Premium Content The shocking number of sharks caught off the Mackay coast

Labor concerned about releasing sharks near swimmers

Why cattle tick lines divide public opinions across state

Premium Content Why cattle tick lines divide public opinions across state

'The minister should get out of Brisbane and meet farmers.'

The poison 'epidemic' taking out loved ones

Premium Content The poison 'epidemic' taking out loved ones

‘If you ingest it, you call everyone you love and tell them … You’re not coming...

State vows to back Coast shark control measures

Premium Content State vows to back Coast shark control measures

The State Government has vowed to back its Shark Control Program measures on the...

PERRETT: Commercial fishing jobs 'are under threat'

Premium Content PERRETT: Commercial fishing jobs 'are under threat'

Hundreds of jobs are under threat, according to Tony Perrett.

Producers snubbed by government subsidy allocations

Premium Content Producers snubbed by government subsidy allocations

Growers grow frustrated over lack of support

Perrett quizzes Agriculture Minister over donation

Premium Content Perrett quizzes Agriculture Minister over donation

Furner "not familiar with that being the case” when quizzed

Tin Can Bay fishing pioneer slams 'bad regulations'

Premium Content Tin Can Bay fishing pioneer slams 'bad regulations'

Govt and industry at odds over move to 'victimise professionals'

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