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SA's rural woman of the year champions practical farm safety

16 July 2018

Celebrating the innate problem-solving nature of farming communities can lead to improved safety, according to South Australia's rural woman of the year Alex Thomas.

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Illegal fishers on the River Murray caught red handed

6 July 2018

Anglers along the River Murray are being reminded to follow the strict rules in place to support our fishing industry following a recent spate of illegal incidents picked up by Fisheries Officers.

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New management approach for endemic sheep diseases

6 July 2018

The management of endemic sheep diseases, Ovine Johne’s disease and footrot, is set to change under new programs introduced today and being rolled out over the coming months.

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Tips for a cool winter fishing adventure these school holidays

3 July 2018

Many people only visit their local beach, coastline, jetty or river during summer months but winter is a fantastic time to enjoy a spot of fishing.

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$150 million Regional Growth Fund open for applications

2 July 2018

The Marshall Liberal Government is inviting applications for the inaugural $5 million competitive funding round under the Regional Growth Fund (the Fund) which opens today.

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Marshall Government launches Regional Growth Fund

23 June 2018

The Marshall Liberal Government has launched the $150 million Regional Growth Fund (RGF) to bolster South Australia’s regional economy and support job growth, with an inaugural competitive funding round to open in July.

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Virus cocktail gets the jump on pest rabbits

22 June 2018

Farmers and landowners across Australia have gained an advantage in the fight against pest rabbit populations through the combination of two biological controls currently available in Australia.

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Stopping the high risk red-eared slider turtle

21 June 2018

They may look like a teenage mutant ninja turtle, but keeping a pet red-eared slider turtle can land you in jail.

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Port River Vongole closure to continue

20 June 2018

PIRSA Fisheries and Aquaculture is extending the Port River Vongole (Mud Cockle) fishing zone closure for another year in response to continuing concerns about the sustainability of stocks.

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Fruit fly outbreak area declared in Ceduna

15 June 2018

Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) has swung into action to respond to an outbreak of Mediterranean fruit fly (Med-fly) in Ceduna, which was declared following the detections of Med-fly larvae in fruit on two properties.

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