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TREASURER MIKE Baird has been elected unopposed as Premier of NSW. Transport Minister Gladys Berejilkian was appointed deputy Liberal leader.

Mike Baird elected Premier of NSW  

TREASURER MIKE Baird has been elected unopposed as Premier of NSW. Transport Minister Gladys Berejilkian was appointed deputy Liberal
THE National Party has queried the 'strange set of circumstances' that led to Premier Barry O'Farrell announcing yesterday he would resign, after misleading an ICAC inquiry. 10:35 AM 4 THE National Party has queried the "strange set of circumstances" that led to Premier Barry O'Farrell announcing...
COOLAH couple Ken and Joyce Tuckey have embarked on their fourth round-trip of Australia in the name of charity, this time in a Sonolika tractor. 10 Apr 14 COOLAH couple Ken and Joyce Tuckey have embarked on their fourth round-trip of Australia in the name of charity,...
THE political wrangling in Macquarie Street looks set to continue long after the Liberal leadership is decided this afternoon.
12:32 PM THE political wrangling in Macquarie Street looks set to continue long after the Liberal leadership is decided this...
THE value of Australian lamb exports reached $136 million in February, 40 per cent higher than the corresponding month last year.
7:59 AM THE value of Australian lamb exports reached $136 million in February, 40 per cent higher than the corresponding...
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GET a centre ring seat for the Hordern Trophy judging with our 'judge-cam' footage.15 Apr 14  1 GET a centre ring seat for the Hordern Trophy judging with our "judge-cam" footage.
After a couple of big days in the Merino show ring it was time for some rest and relaxation.16 Apr 14 After a couple of big days in the Merino show ring it was time for some rest and relaxation.

CATTLE judging first-timer, Jesse Joseph, Maclean, became the State champion this morning at the 2014 Sydney Royal Show.15 Apr 14 CATTLE judging first-timer, Jesse Joseph, Maclean, became the State champion this morning at the 2014 Sydney Royal Show.
There are bullock trains, yes, but it's not every day you see a 'ram train' walking past you.11 Apr 14 There are bullock trains, yes, but it's not every day you see a "ram train" walking past you.
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I believe Barry should not have resigned but at the end of the day it was his decision. The only
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Emily, have U seen what is happening to Chinas peasant farmers in their country? Cleared out and
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After inspecting Braveheart of Stern recently in NZ, I thought this bull and his full brother
ALMAS Almonds has launched legal action against ASX-listed almond company Select Harvests in the Supreme Court of Victoria. ALMAS Almonds has launched legal action against ASX-listed almond company Select Harvests in the Supreme Court of...

16 Apr 14 THE role of a witness during disciplinary meetings: support person or advocate?
CATTLE prices are responding positively and the chance of getting in a winter crop has been refreshed after good falls of rain across much of the State last week.03 Apr 14 CATTLE prices are responding positively and the chance of getting in a winter crop has been refreshed after good...
WIDESPREAD rain - the missing ingredient in the Australian cattle market - has produced a dramatic price turnaround in the past month.4:00 AM WIDESPREAD rain - the missing ingredient in the Australian cattle market - has produced a dramatic price turnaround...
THIS week's meeting of the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB) in Brisbane clarified some issues over the concept.4:00 AM  8 THIS week's meeting of the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB) in Brisbane clarified some issues over the...

Faces from around the showground at the start of the Sydney Royal Show.09 Apr 14 Faces from around the showground at the start of the Sydney Royal Show.
At The Land's Growing our Future barbecue at Kempsey, Luke Cleary talks to us about dairy's future08 Apr 14 At The Land's Growing our Future barbecue at Kempsey, Luke Cleary talks to us about dairy's future

CATTLE judging first-timer, Jesse Joseph, Maclean, became the State champion this morning at the 2014 Sydney Royal Show. CATTLE judging first-timer, Jesse Joseph, Maclean, became the State champion this morning at the 2014 Sydney Royal Show.

THE Sydney Royal Show has kicked off at Homebush with the announcement of the champion Merino fleece.
Conrayn takes Royal wool prize THE Sydney Royal Show has kicked off at Homebush with the announcement of the champion Merino

MONTHS of preparation has returned a record effort for three shearers at Dubbo.08 Apr 14  1 MONTHS of preparation has returned a record effort for three shearers at Dubbo.
JOANNA Newton is working on a research project that could change the entire sheep industry.
08 Apr 14 JOANNA Newton is working on a research project that could change the entire sheep industry.
THE increasing trend of going early is showing no signs of easing, with sowing already underway in the Riverland.10 Apr 14 THE increasing trend of going early is showing no signs of easing, with sowing already underway in the Riverland.
04 Apr 14  5 A LACK of clarity on grain shrinkage and dust deductions has prompted a call for grain handlers to provide better information to growers.

THE WA grains industry has been abuzz with talk of 'drought premiums' following extended periods of dry weather in Queensland and New South Wales.
THE WA grains industry has been abuzz with talk of 'drought premiums' following extended periods of dry weather in...
SPRAY equipment manufacturer Croplands has unveiled its new self-propelled sprayer, the RoGator RG700. SPRAY equipment manufacturer Croplands has unveiled its new self-propelled sprayer, the RoGator RG700.

YOU need to consider your land, the enterprise run on it and what tasks are done daily when choosing the right tractor for your operation.05 Mar 14 YOU need to consider your land, the enterprise run on it and what tasks are done daily when choosing the right...
YOU only need to glance at the sheer size of today's headers towering over those of yesteryear to see they have come a long way in the last century.13 Feb 14 YOU only need to glance at the sheer size of today's headers towering over those of yesteryear to see they have come...
THE first ever shipment of Australian table grapes to South Korea has been sent from Robinvale, marking a significant new milestone for Victoria’s table grape industry.15 Apr 14 THE first ever shipment of Australian table grapes to South Korea has been sent from Robinvale, marking a...
RIVERLAND citrus growers have plenty of reasons to smile, with exports to China likely to double this year.14 Apr 14 RIVERLAND citrus growers have plenty of reasons to smile, with exports to China likely to double this year.
BEEF producers should have a good feel for the direction of autumn/winter cattle prices within the next fortnight.07 Apr 14 BEEF producers should have a good feel for the direction of autumn/winter cattle prices within the next fortnight.
WHEN the Tasmanian-born pastoralist H.A. Lindsay-Field moved from his then base at Hamilton, Victoria, in 1918 to buy Warbreccan Station at Deniliquin, his first priority was to build a home.05 Apr 14 WHEN the Tasmanian-born pastoralist H.A. Lindsay-Field moved from his then base at Hamilton, Victoria, in 1918 to...
FROM her farmhouse lounge room Sarah McCaig is driving the latest initiative to raise awareness of the effects of drought. 
FROM her farmhouse lounge room Sarah McCaig is driving the latest initiative to raise awareness of the effects of...

LIKE most farm boys, Jonathan Ward spent his fair share of hours sitting in a silo queue. But he was probably the only one sitting in the truck reading Vogue.
Ward still a farm boy at heart LIKE most farm boys, Jonathan Ward spent his fair share of hours sitting in a silo queue. But he

BULGA has won its battle against big coal in the NSW Supreme Court today – but the war is not at an end.
Battle of the Bulga: victory for community BULGA has won its battle against big coal in the NSW Supreme Court today – but the war is not at