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- Andy Penn says domestic mobile roaming would congest the network and discourage investment in regional mobile infrastructure.
- Judgement day set to come by 2018.
- All the news from around the traps in the grains industry.
- THE Scone community has come together to farewell Adam O’Regan.
- Farmers will look at windrowing barley crops this year to prompt an even ripening of the crop.
- SOARING South Korean beef prices should be welcome news for the country's hard-pressed cattle producers, but a failure to rebuild herds and customers balking at paying record levels for prized local "Hanwoo" meat mean imports are set to keep pouring in.
- A prostate cancer treatment for rural men allows a quick recovery time, a one-stop trip to the hospital and the ability to resume usual duties almost immediately after treatment.
- Warm, dry weather heading towards harvest is needed to reduce the disease risk and ensure “reasonable” yields in chickpea crops.
- Former staff of Clyde Agriculture, along with family members and other close associates of the company, are being rounded up for a reunion function to be held in Dubbo on the October long weekend.
- Public reaction to the treatment of cattle in Indonesian abattoirs was fast, furious and unprecedented.