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  1. Ad guru forms cattle alliance

    Ad guru forms cattle alliance

    Advertising guru Harold Mitchell and his business partners have joined forces with the Ngunjiwirri Aboriginal Corporation as part of moves to double their Kimberley cattle herd over the next five years.

  2. Scientists warn of GM dangers

    Scientists warn of GM dangers

    Controversial scientists Don Huber and Judy Carman toured WA last week to share their research on genetically modified crops and the use of certain chemicals.

  3. Call to repeal GM Act repeal

    Call to repeal GM Act repeal

    Anti-GM farming groups have called for an independent review of moves to scrap laws limiting use of the technology in WA agriculture.

  4. Forrest unveils northern farm plan

    Forrest unveils northern farm plan

    Mining billionaire reveals ambitious plan to join forces with Chinese investors.

  5. Baston backs GM crops

    Baston backs GM crops

    Agriculture Minister is backing increased growing of genetically modified crops in WA.

  6. Mulgrew set for CBH board

    Mulgrew set for CBH board

    Grains co-operative to appoint WA Tourism Commission chair to board as independent director.

  7. TFS rises on upgraded guidance

    TFS rises on upgraded guidance

    Sandalwood company posts record first-half profit, upgrades full-year guidance.

  8. No faith in Nalder

    No faith in Nalder

    Farmers have lost confidence in Transport Minister Dean Nalder over his "inadequate" rail response.

  9. Call for road access fee

    Call for road access fee

    A Bruce Rock farmer has called for Co-operative Bulk Handling to pay an access fee to local Shires in return for the use of roads in the Grain Freight Network.

  10. Saleyard changes in doubt

    Saleyard changes in doubt

    The proposed changes to WA's livestock saleyard schedule may be on shaky ground.

  11. Grains freight blueprint 'outdated'

    Grains freight blueprint 'outdated'

    A State Government-funded report into the future grains industry has rejected claims from Transport Minister Dean Nalder that a freight blueprint drawn up six years ago remains relevant.

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