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South Australia to exchange expertise through new Great Wine Capitals program

The Marshall Liberal Government will today announce a new Great Wine Capitals Knowledge Exchange Program at the opening of Cellar Door Fest 2019.

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South Australia commits to national fruit fly approach

The Marshall Liberal Government has committed to the Commonwealth Government’s Intergovernmental Agreement on Fruit Fly Management and is now urging other states to follow.

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$400,000 gets Adelaide Hills bubbling

Adelaide Hills’ growing brewing, cider, juice and distilling industries will receive a $400,000 Marshall Liberal Government investment to unlock economic growth in the region.

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Bordertown border-trap

Visitors driving into South Australia this long weekend are encouraged to remove all fruit from their vehicles before crossing the border after 103 motorists were fined a total of $38,600 last weekend at Bordertown.

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$25 million fix required for ageing Dog Fence

The State Government has today released a report into the South Australian Dog Fence which outlines a return on investment of up to 48 per cent to replace sections that are more than 100 years old at a cost of $25 million.

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Research to clear the air on smoke taint in wine

The question of whether smoke from stubble burning has any effect on wine grapes will be tested as part of new research being conducted in South Australia’s wine regions.

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Funding boost is all apples... and pears

The resilience of the South Australian apple and pear industry has been given a boost through a new funding grant.

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SA committed to sound fisheries management

The Marshall Liberal Government supports secure commercial fishing rights that underpin our $313.5 million commercial fishing industry.

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Don't make SA mad in March - leave fruit fly at home

Interstate travelers heading into South Australia during ‘Mad March’ are being reminded to leave fruit at home and do not put the state at risk of fruit fly devastation.

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South Australia's grain harvest revised upwards to 5.3 million tonnes

South Australia’s 2018–19 grain harvest estimate has been lifted to 5.3 million tonnes with many farmers cutting for hay due to the drought and demand for feed.

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