REGARDING mining and exploration on private property.
IT is evident David Clarke (YPCT Your View 4-12-18) lives in a parallel universe.
EVER since they stepped off a convict ship, Aussies have loved to have a laugh. We insulted each other as a term of endearment. We were famous the world over for our larrikin spirit.
I WRITE on behalf of the Australasian Therapeutic Communities Association to highlight it is critical more funds are released to help Australia’s rehabilitation centres, which are dealing with the considerable issues surrounding the use of ice and other drugs, including alcohol.
A RECENT report has suggested phrases featuring cruelty to animals such as “bring home the bacon” will die out as more and more people go vegan.
AUSTRALIAN researchers are investigating the role of summer weeds and volunteer cereals — the green bridge — in the survival and spread of broadacre crop pest, Russian wheat aphid.
MORE than 100 industry delegates from Australia and beyond convened for a one-day forum, to tackle the brewing storm of fungicide, herbicide and pesticide resistance, at Glenelg recently.
SOUTH Australian farmers are urged to refer to the newly-developed Summer Weed Control Code of Practice — packed with useful tips and must-dos to help producers optimise spraying and reduce the risks of spray drift.
BY voting with Labor to delay further debate on the Mining Bill, Fraser Ellis and his three Liberal colleagues have given us a small window of opportunity to convince this government to make one key change to their Bill — namely, to remove the option presently available to miners to take landowners to court if they refuse to let them onto their freehold land.