Growers urged to back bid for sugar terminal board

September 28, 2020

All grower shareholders are being urged to use their vote this month to ensure their interests are represented by another sugarcane farmer on the...

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New model offers roadmap for farm advisory services

September 15, 2020

A project driven by a southern Queensland sugarcane growers’ organisation has developed a framework to guide the future of farm advisory...

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Focus on farmers is the right direction

September 02, 2020

CANEGROWERS has welcomed as a step in the right direction the Liberal National Party’s early State Election commitment to restore a balance...

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Reef policy failings outlined at Senate hearing

July 28, 2020

Key failings in the way governments have approached policy to assist the Great Barrier Reef have been exposed by the sugarcane growers’...

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Farmers welcome water price cut promise

July 28, 2020

An early election commitment from the Liberal National Party to cut the cost of irrigation water for farmers by 20% has been welcomed by...

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Report reveals $1.3b cost of misguided Reef policies

July 23, 2020

A new analysis reveals the State Government risks an economic hit to Queensland of $1.3 billion over ten years with its misguided push to cut nitrogen...

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Farmers warned of government data siphoning plan

July 20, 2020

CANEGROWERS is sounding the alarm over a covert State Government move to access data about Queensland farmers in Great Barrier Reef catchment...

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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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