Items filtered by date: December 2019
FEDERAL Minister for Drought David Littleproud has won support through the Ministerial Council for a new working group to try to integrate commonwealth, state and territory drought-relief programs.
MANAGING pesticide resistance effectively requires understanding the underlying genetic, ecological and environmental factors that contribute to selection pressures in a pest population.
CHRISTMAS is a time to come together and share the good things in life, and that has rarely been so important on Yorke Peninsula.
IF you’ve been out in public at Christmastime you’ve no doubt heard Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas is You.
I REALLY don’t know how to say thank you to everyone who has been so kind to us following the fire, so I feel this is the best way.
GM what? I have been an advocate for natural medicines, natural foods, and natural healing for more years than we have been bombarded with chemical medicines, herbicides, fungicides and pesticides.
THE flare demonstration planned by Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol (Point Turton Division) for New Year’s Eve has been cancelled due to safety concerns raised by SA Police.
I READ with disdain the comments in the YP Country Times from Member for Narungga Fraser Ellis, “Fight not over to lift GM moratorium” (YPCT 17-12-19).
THANK you to the firies!