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Removing the baa-rriers on sheep entry

The Marshall Liberal Government will make it easier for South Australian farmers to purchase sheep from across the border in an effort to fast track rebuilding the state’s flock after drought.

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AgTech opportunities top the agenda for Israel visit

Opportunities to grow South Australia’s AgTech sector will be top of the agenda as Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone travels to Israel today as part of an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce Trade Mission.

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Better recreational fishing representation in SA

“The Marshall Liberal Government went to the last election with a commitment to improve recreational fishing representation in South Australia,” said Minster Whetstone.

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New round of Black Spot funding opens

Rural mobile phone coverage is set for a boost with the Marshall Liberal Government working with regional communities to deliver the latest round of Mobile Black Spot Program funding.

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Regional Development Strategy to shape the future of SA's regions

The Marshall Liberal Government has today reinforced its commitment to regional South Australia with the opening of consultation on the formation of a state-wide Regional Development Strategy.

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Sterile fruit fly production boosted with new irradiator at Port Augusta

The sterilisation rate of fruit flies has been boosted at the Port Augusta-based national facility with the installation of an additional X-ray irradiator at the site.

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Biosecurity at the forefront through 'Clean Your Farm' project

Horticultural growers in the Northern Adelaide Plains are being encouraged to strengthen their on-farm biosecurity arrangements through a new jointly funded State Government and horticulture industry initiative.

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Glossop High School to receive $17 million boost

Glossop High School is set to receive a $17.2 million redevelopment funding boost to bring together its two campuses and create capacity to house 800 Year 7 to 12 students.

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Fruit flies eradicated as Loxton quarantine lifted

Quarantine restrictions for a Queensland fruit fly outbreak in Loxton have today been lifted thanks to a successful eradication program delivered collaboratively by the Marshall Liberal Government, industry and the community.

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By George, Whiting back on the menu!

The Marshall Liberal Government will re-open areas for King George Whiting fishing this year after reviewing the latest science and listening to the views of South Australian commercial and recreational fishers.

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