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FACT: Nationals drained Menindee, sent water to flooded SA

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LABOR ACCUSES NATIONALS OF FAKE NEWS ON WATER MANAGEMENT THE NSW NATIONALS have been caught distributing a dishonest election pamphlet on water just six days after they were caught claiming a Nationals-run fake news website was run by independent journalists. The Nationals’ pamphlet (main image above) falsely claimed that Labor is trying to funnel

Weeds threaten to overrun pastures

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St John’s Wort major outbreak in rural and reserve areas AS IF OVERNIGHT, a mass outbreak of bright yellow St John’s Wort became noticeable in December on public and private land of the capital region. Other opportunistic and invasive weeds: thistles, serrated tussock and Common Centaury amongst them, have found openings on

Wine and nature at Contentious Character, Wamboin

IN THE MIDDLE of Wamboin, tucked behind an extended driveway lined with green and yellow flora, is Contentious Character — a vineyard, winery, cellar door and kitchen — specialising in working their wines into their kitchen menu. A place where the wines and the food, have a delicious twist. https://districtbulletin.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/CC05-Wamboin-v1-copy.mp4 The menu

Cbr Beer Wine BBQ Festival: Goolabri, 8 Dec

Canberra Beer Wine Festival feature image

THIS YEAR ON Saturday 8th December, local breweries, wineries and all things barbeque will be found at one of the region’s most stunning event venues, Goolabri. Hosting the very first Canberra Beer Wine & Barbeque Festival, “The Wedgetail Pavilion” is the perfect setting. The Canberra region has some incredible wines and

Greyhound racing: NSW Coalition latest bid for votes?

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IN ANOTHER POLICY backflip, the NSW Liberal-National government is tossing $500,000 of public funding towards a major greyhound racing event dubbed the ‘Million Dollar Chase’. While political backflips by the NSW government have become commonplace in the run up to the March 2019 state election, this latest announcement is surely among

Environment peak groups endorse Great Southern Forest proposal

Great Southern Forest

By Paul Payten. THE WILDERNESS SOCIETY is the latest environmental group to add its official support to a growing list of about 50 others supporting a proposal to establish a Great Southern Forest in south-eastern NSW. 430,000 hectares of publicly-owned native forests from Nowra, south to the Victorian border and west

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