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Council to launch biosecurity surveillance program
Community-led pest management approach grows
Stay Afloat with Ray Martin at Tasmanian Seafood Industry Awards
Maintaining momentum and delivering on our Plan
Independent chair for new wool industry consultation model
Council adopts Operational Plan 2019-20
Dry Conditions Response Grants to aid feral pest control endeavours
Yellow crazy ant controls to continue
Is Australia’s biosecurity up to scratch?
World-class biosecurity key to market advantage
Using next generation genetic testing to give growers a competitive boost
New Chair appointed to Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Board
Weed control to protect natural environment
Nominations open for 2019 Biosecurity Awards
Researchers find genes that could help create more resilient chickens
Action taken to protect native animals from feral cats
National proposes increased penalties for biosecurity risks
State Government’s ‘JAWS’ budget should make producers ‘very afraid’
Further progress made on refreshing Air Force capabilities
Jobs, drought and swimmer safety focus of $525M agriculture and fisheries budget
More than $90 million for wildlife and environmental protection
Grower pays for potentially spreading vine pest
Disease-tolerant trees to be planted in UK’s ‘ash tree archive’
Removing baa-rriers on sheep entry
Wild dog control under research microscope
Calling all biosecurity champions
Awareness campaign urges marine users to LOOK, REPORT, PROTECT
National reveals even more Budget details
Funding for development of new fruit fly control technology
Update NAIT before moving day
Practical approach delivers spray drift practice change
South Australian vegetable industry leaders celebrated at awards night
Urgent action, not consultation needed on Kauri Dieback
Enormous trees reinforce climate change message at Chelsea
Community approach to combat key regional pests
Asian Longhorn Beetle eradicated in UK
UK’s approach to antimicrobial resistance gets UN recognition
New spray resources provide good coverage
Labor’s positive plan for agriculture
McGowan Government’s strong investment in Peel region continues
McGowan Government’s strong investment in Kimberley continues
McGowan Government’s strong investment in Great Southern region continues
McGowan Government’s strong investment in Gascoyne continues
New Chief Executive For Regional Development Victoria
Biosecurity at forefront through ‘Clean Your Farm’ project
Council’s new Pest Animal Management plan takes collaborative approach
A fond farewell for a frontline detector dog
Unsealed rainwater tanks could cause localised dengue outbreaks