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Dianne coroner slams Fisheries but don't expect an apology

premium_icon Dianne coroner slams Fisheries but don't expect an apology

Minister says call for apology a 'grubby and despicable attack'

DAF want your pearl perch fish frames

premium_icon DAF want your pearl perch fish frames

'We'll also be tagging spawning pearl perch'

Fears of crazy pest invasion spreading from popular harbour

premium_icon Fears of crazy pest invasion spreading from popular harbour

Tiny pests could wreck havoc after colonies spotted in ports.

Landmark study into commercial fisheries

premium_icon Landmark study into commercial fisheries

The study will calculate the economic and social impact of fisheries

QLD woman charged with 60+ counts of drought relief fraud

premium_icon QLD woman charged with 60+ counts of drought relief fraud

The 56-year-old gained more than $130,000 over four years

Fish quotas could end businesses: Senator Scullion

premium_icon Fish quotas could end businesses: Senator Scullion

Gladstone fishermen raise their concerns over industry reforms

Scientists have finger on the pulse of destructive disease

premium_icon Scientists have finger on the pulse of destructive disease

Warwick researchers develop new disease-resistant crop.

Agriculture industry sceptical of college transition

premium_icon Agriculture industry sceptical of college transition

Industry still reeling from shock decision to close colleges

'Kick in the guts' for QLD agriculture industry

premium_icon 'Kick in the guts' for QLD agriculture industry

Cuts to educational program 'a travesty'

'Transition' to ag college closures slammed by AgForce

premium_icon 'Transition' to ag college closures slammed by AgForce

Peak body says the industry has been left of discussions

Beer lovers all around the world have this man to thank

premium_icon Beer lovers all around the world have this man to thank

Key to great beer is all in the breeding, scientist says.

Dire warning as fire ant sightings increase across city

premium_icon Dire warning as fire ant sightings increase across city

Biosecurity officers want Ipswich residents' help

'Pointless': Conservation group fighting against drum lines

premium_icon 'Pointless': Conservation group fighting against drum lines

QUEENSLAND Govt said human safety would never be compromised

BRUMBY CULL: Curtis Islanders move to take action

premium_icon BRUMBY CULL: Curtis Islanders move to take action

The island's wild horses were shot from a helicopter last month.

Boaties' fish dinner costs them thousands

Boaties' fish dinner costs them thousands

Tilapia are a no-take species and a restricted noxious fish

Clear message sent by $29,000 fine for plant damage cover-up

premium_icon Clear message sent by $29,000 fine for plant damage cover-up

Minister for Fisheries praises tough penalty faced by Coast company

Heavier penalties, more crackdown on black market fishing

Heavier penalties, more crackdown on black market fishing

ANGLERS want heavier penalties to tackle black marketing.

Pro angler pinched for meddling with crab pots

premium_icon Pro angler pinched for meddling with crab pots

$10,000 fine after extensive surveillance operation

DAF: No drought, no worries

DAF: No drought, no worries

DROUGHT dispute heats up but DAF said farmers aren't asking for help

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