2020

Senators should head north to hear Reef regs concerns

July 07, 2020

Queensland’s peak sugarcane growers’ organisation, CANEGROWERS, will tell a Senate inquiry this month it is time for a thorough review of...

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Questions around Maryborough mill future

June 23, 2020

Sugarcane growers in southern Queensland say MSF Sugar needs to come clean about its plans for the Maryborough Mill following the news the company is...

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Dam demolition starts but questions remain

June 19, 2020

CANEGROWERS Isis Chairman Mark Mammino says he is in a state of shock seeing demolition work underway at Paradise Dam on the Burnett River. “As...

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Sad day for regional communities

May 28, 2020

CANEGROWERS is seeking a commitment that resources to cover regional and rural news and issues will be maintained by News Corp when it ceases printing...

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Move against Reef regs welcome

May 19, 2020

CANEGROWERS welcomes the attempts by the Queensland Opposition to halt the implementation of further, intrusive regulation on the state’s...

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Test ban risks stranding sugarcane harvest

May 05, 2020

CANEGROWERS is urging a commonsense, pragmatic and risk-based approach to prevent Queensland sugarcane being stranded at the roadside because of the...

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Water price freeze offers only temporary relief

May 05, 2020

CANEGROWERS has welcomed today’s announcement from the Natural Resources, Mines and Energy Minister Dr Anthony Lynham that irrigation water...

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Commitment keeps harvest on track during pandemic

April 30, 2020

Growers can face the 2020 sugarcane season with confidence given the hours of work by their CANEGROWERS staff and elected...

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AgForce move means division not unity

April 27, 2020

CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri says AgForce is promoting division and distraction within agriculture in Queensland with its plan to move into...

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Code delivers result for Tully growers

April 22, 2020

Tully sugarcane growers are relieved they will start the 2020 harvest with a workable contract to supply their local sugar mill after arbitration...

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Farmers demand no more delays to dam plan

April 16, 2020

Sugarcane growers in the Childers region are calling for urgent and serious work to determine how Paradise Dam can be fixed now – without its...

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Growers call sugar industry together for virus planning

March 24, 2020

CANEGROWERS is convening an Australian sugar industry working group to assess and plan for the short, medium and long term impacts of the COVID-19...

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