2018

Code of Conduct decision gives growers confidence

December 12, 2018

CANEGROWERS welcomes with relief the announcement that the Federal Government has accepted the recommendation of a review which concluded the Sugar...

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Water quality report card is good news

December 04, 2018

Far North Queensland sugarcane growers should stand proud with the release today of a report card on the condition of the waterways of the Wet Tropics...

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Sugarcane fire toll grows

December 03, 2018

Sugarcane growers in Queensland are starting to count the cost of a week of bushfires, some of which are still burning close to farming areas. An...

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Reef awards recognise grower innovation and environmental efforts

November 22, 2018

The credentials of Queensland’s cane-growing industry as an important guardian of the Great Barrier Reef were highlighted this week, with two of...

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Australia's WTO move a welcome step

November 16, 2018

CANEGROWERS congratulates the Australian Government for taking a lead role in ramping up the global pressure on India to bring its sugar industry...

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Bold green future within Mossman’s reach

November 01, 2018

CANEGROWERS welcomes the commitment of the Federal Government to a grower-led future for Queensland’s most northern sugar...

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Irrigation tariff trial extension a small but welcome step

November 01, 2018

The promotion of an irrigation electricity tariff to a wider group of farmers is a small but welcome step towards addressing the huge burden power...

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Mackay growers see opportunity for a secure future

October 31, 2018

CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri says the news that an investor is looking to secure the future of Mackay Sugar is encouraging to the...

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BMP delivers a sweet future

October 04, 2018

CANEGROWERS has welcomed the commitment of the Queensland Government to the future of the sugarcane industry and the Great Barrier Reef through its...

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India subsidy decision guts Aussie farmers

September 27, 2018

An Indian government decision to help its sugar industry dump 5-million tonnes of subsidised sugar onto the world market is devastating for...

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CANEGROWERS tells review panel the Sugar Code must stay

September 04, 2018

CANEGROWERS members will attend public hearings in major sugarcane regions this week and next to make sure the panel reviewing the Sugar Code of...

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Growers urge action against sugar dumping

August 27, 2018

With the world sugar price now well below the cost of production in Australia, Queensland sugarcane farmers are urging an escalation of government...

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