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LNP mates and cattle producers: never the two should meet

Revelations that Scott Morrison is paying Shane Stone, his captain's pick for the head of the North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency, more than $500,000 per year will be a shock to many flood and drought affected farmers.

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Swimming Club grant puts athletes on training cutting edge

Member for Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon visited Macquarie Shores Swimming Club on Thursday to see its swimmers using the new, high-tech training equipment purchased thanks to a $4,400 Stronger Communities Grant.

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Easter office hours

The office will be closed for Good Friday, 19 April and will reopen 9am on Tuesday 23 April.

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Lake Macquarie Landcare volunteers rewarded

Federal Member for Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon put his green thumb to work at Lake Macquarie Landcare’s Booragul headquarters to experience how the organisation’s dedicated volunteers make a difference to our local natural environment.

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Transcript - Radio Interview - 4RO AM - Tuesday, 16 April 2019

SUBJECTS: Dams, Labor’s investment in the Central Queensland Livestock Centre of Excellence, electric vehicles, Labor’s climate change policy, Adani.

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Labor to support food and fibre manufacturing jobs with $25 million plan

A Shorten Labor Government will back Australians working in the fibre manufacturing industry with a new $25 million food and fibre industry strategy to drive local jobs and innovation, as well as attract investment in manufacturing, particularly in rural and regional areas.

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Transcript - Doorstop - Rockhampton, Tuesday 16 April

SUBJECTS: Labor’s investment in Rockhampton Beef Week and Central Queensland Livestock Centre of Excellence, carbon farming initiative, Labor’s agriculture policy.

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Labor beefs up research and jobs

A Shorten Labor Government will beef up local jobs and industry by investing in the Central Queensland Livestock Centre of Excellence and backing Beef Australia 2021.

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Labor puts Dairy Commissioner in the mix

A Shorten Labor Government will consider the dairy industry’s call to establish a Dairy Commissioner.

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Cessnock Woodturners ring up new funds

The Cessnock Woodturners Club has received more than $6,000 to purchase new equipment under the Volunteer Grants and Stronger Communities Programs.

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