Vale: Susan Claudia Whitehead

THE sad passing of Susan Whitehead known to most as Sue or Susie will be hard felt by her family and the Nebo Community.
THE sad passing of Susan Whitehead known to most as Sue or Susie will be hard felt by her family and the Nebo Community.
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AFTER a difficult 18 months dealing with pricing wars and trade deals, Australian dairy farmers will welcome a report on income increases. AFTER a difficult 18 months dealing with pricing wars and trade deals, Australian dairy farmers will welcome a report on income increases.
THE launch of a new macadamia milk product is an indicator of the nut’s diverse potential and golden future. THE launch of a new macadamia milk product is an indicator of the nut’s diverse potential and golden future.
WITH the supply of rural properties on the market still outstripping demand, prices are likely to have stabilised, rather than risen. WITH the supply of rural properties on the market still outstripping demand, prices are likely to have stabilised, rather than risen.
ANGER among National Party MPs at banks' treatment of drought-stricken farmers is creating dangerous divisions in Cabinet. ANGER among National Party MPs at banks' treatment of drought-stricken farmers is creating dangerous divisions in Cabinet.
FARMERS in the Northern Territory can now apply for an Australian Government drought concessional loan.
Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, and Northern Territory Minister for Primary Industry and Fisheries, Willem Westra van Holthe, announced $10 million in drought concessional loans and encouraged farmers in the NT to apply.
11 Dec 14 FARMERS in the Northern Territory can now apply for an Australian Government drought concessional loan. Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, and Northern Territory...
THE Ingham CBD revitalisation is set to come alive with the collaboration between council and James Cook University (JCU) to develop the master plan.
11 Dec 14 THE Ingham CBD revitalisation is set to come alive with the collaboration between council and James Cook University (JCU) to develop the master plan.
THE repercussions from the cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (CGMMV) outbreak in watermelons and pumpkins in the Northern Territory are starting to dawn on stakeholders.
11 Dec 14 THE repercussions from the cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (CGMMV) outbreak in watermelons and pumpkins in the Northern Territory are starting to dawn on stakeholders.
A REPORT has been released about the impacts of a changing climate in the north Queensland region. 
The Adaptation pathways report draws together up-to-date scientific information from around the world and discusses the implications for the communities, natural environment and industries in the region.
10 Dec 14 A REPORT has been released about the impacts of a changing climate in the north Queensland region. The Adaptation pathways report draws together up-to-date scientific information from...
KATHERINE Rodeo Queen Tash MacQueen, who was crowned at this year’s show, is hoping to head south for a shot at winning the 2015 Miss Rodeo Australia crown.
10 Dec 14 KATHERINE Rodeo Queen Tash MacQueen, who was crowned at this year’s show, is hoping to head south for a shot at winning the 2015 Miss Rodeo Australia crown.
THE QUALITY was certainly on show at the Charters Towers Santa Gertrudis Bull Sale held on Friday at the Dalrymple Saleyards, but unfortunately continued extenuating circumstances primarily the prolonged dry led to a very limited gallery of buyers attending the sale.
09 Dec 14 THE QUALITY was certainly on show at the Charters Towers Santa Gertrudis Bull Sale held on Friday at the Dalrymple Saleyards, but unfortunately continued extenuating circumstances...
THE proposed Fitzroy Gap dam is not the priority for Central Queensland, Senator Matt Canavan said today.
08 Dec 14 THE proposed Fitzroy Gap dam is not the priority for Central Queensland, Senator Matt Canavan said today. "Dreaming is nice but doing is better.
SAILING 40 kilometres north-east of Townsville on a sea breeze that provided an unforgiving tailwind, sat four north Queensland sailors.
Edward Davidson was joined by his brother-in-law Jo Millard and two friends on the voyage north, with the crew unaware of the alarming weather conditions they were sailing into.
07 Dec 14 SAILING 40 kilometres north-east of Townsville on a sea breeze that provided an unforgiving tailwind, sat four north Queensland sailors. Edward Davidson was joined by his brother-in-law...
A NEW online tool can help farmers, miners and developers identify soil types at the touch of a button.
Science and Innovation Minister Ian Walker today launched the Soils Globe, an interactive user-friendly tool that lets users view and explore maps and up-to-date satellite imagery of Queensland soils, as well as download reports and data.
06 Dec 14 A NEW online tool can help farmers, miners and developers identify soil types at the touch of a button. Science and Innovation Minister Ian Walker today launched the Soils Globe, an...
MAINTENANCE of Charters Towers Regional Council’s rural roads network for 2014-15 is on track and on budget.
05 Dec 14 MAINTENANCE of Charters Towers Regional Council’s rural roads network for 2014-15 is on track and on budget.
THE State Emergency Service Giru unit has taken delivery of a new $66,500 4.5m boat just in time for the wet season. 
Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Bill Lowis said the new boat replaced one that was more than 20 years old.
05 Dec 14 THE State Emergency Service Giru unit has taken delivery of a new $66,500 4.5m boat just in time for the wet season. Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Bill Lowis said the new boat replaced...
NORTHERN Gulf Resource Management Group (NGRMG) has initiated a new project to support youth from the region considering careers in Sustainable Agriculture.
04 Dec 14 NORTHERN Gulf Resource Management Group (NGRMG) has initiated a new project to support youth from the region considering careers in Sustainable Agriculture.
NEWS that the Supreme Court ruled in favour of Vanrook station’s appeal against its BJD quarantine created a maelstrom in the Queensland cattle industry.
03 Dec 14 NEWS that the Supreme Court ruled in favour of Vanrook station’s appeal against its BJD quarantine created a maelstrom in the Queensland cattle industry.
LAST Sunday the North Queensland Register’s Jim Pola and his wife Janelle attended the staff Christmas party at the Federal Parliament House, after receiving an invitation late in the week that the family was invited.
02 Dec 14  3 LAST Sunday the North Queensland Register’s Jim Pola and his wife Janelle attended the staff Christmas party at the Federal Parliament House, after receiving an invitation late in the...
THE final weigh-in for 2014 for the Richmond Rabobank Beef Challenge found that although it has been an extremely dry and difficult year, the cattle showed a continual weight gain until just two weeks prior.
02 Dec 14  1 THE final weigh-in for 2014 for the Richmond Rabobank Beef Challenge found that although it has been an extremely dry and difficult year, the cattle showed a continual weight gain until...
THE last stud sale of the year on the Dalrymple Saleyards schedule the Wilangi Invitation Sale saw some very impressive bulls enter the sale ring, and in a welcome change of pace in what has been a tough selling year, prices attained by the vendors were solid as well.
28 Nov 14 THE last stud sale of the year on the Dalrymple Saleyards schedule the Wilangi Invitation Sale saw some very impressive bulls enter the sale ring, and in a welcome change of pace in what...
UPDATED: THE BJD quarantine restriction placed on Vanrook Station has been declared void and illegal by Chief Justice Tim Carmody.
28 Nov 14  5 UPDATED: THE BJD quarantine restriction placed on Vanrook Station has been declared void and illegal by Chief Justice Tim Carmody.
SINCE the inception of the Coleman Stock Feeds Professional Bull Riders (PBR) New Year’s Eve event three years ago, the event has positioned itself as one of the most anticipated regional events on PBR’s National Tour.
28 Nov 14 SINCE the inception of the Coleman Stock Feeds Professional Bull Riders (PBR) New Year’s Eve event three years ago, the event has positioned itself as one of the most anticipated...
PEOPLE who pack up their lives after 18 years in a small town are often headed to the bigger and busier pastures of sprawling cities to be closer to facilities or family.
But for long-time western Queenslander Val Magoffin, the big move from her home town of Julia Creek stopped only 120 kilometres up the road.
28 Nov 14 PEOPLE who pack up their lives after 18 years in a small town are often headed to the bigger and busier pastures of sprawling cities to be closer to facilities or family. But for...
THE last cane of the Burdekin’s 2014 crushing season was crushed on Wednesday, November 25 while the last Herbert region’s crush was completed on Saturday morning, November 23.
27 Nov 14 THE last cane of the Burdekin’s 2014 crushing season was crushed on Wednesday, November 25 while the last Herbert region’s crush was completed on Saturday morning, November 23.
THE Museum of Tropical Queensland, in partnership with the Townsville Museum and Historical Society, is opening a new photographic display focusing on Townsville’s first 50 years of settlement on Monday, December 1.
27 Nov 14 THE Museum of Tropical Queensland, in partnership with the Townsville Museum and Historical Society, is opening a new photographic display focusing on Townsville’s first 50 years of...
GROWER-owned food processor and marketer SunRice has gone all in with their plans to make North Queensland a major player in their rice growing operations.
This commitment to the North was cemented with the recent acquisition of the Burdekin-based Blue Ribbon Rice’s assets including the mill acting which will act as SunRice’s base of operations in the region.
26 Nov 14 GROWER-owned food processor and marketer SunRice has gone all in with their plans to make North Queensland a major player in their rice growing operations. This commitment to the North...
MCKINLAY Shire Council has been rewarded for its contribution to outback tourism, taking out the Local Government Award for Tourism at the 2014 Outback Queensland Tourism Awards in Charleville on the weekend.
26 Nov 14  1 MCKINLAY Shire Council has been rewarded for its contribution to outback tourism, taking out the Local Government Award for Tourism at the 2014 Outback Queensland Tourism Awards in...
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"reasonable to expect govt support" so without looking I know who the major shareholders will be
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Just to get it all in perspective - to get a farm loan a farmer is required to put up a 40%
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The only think BB has ever constructed, The Farmer, is his own ivory tower.
THE sad passing of Susan Whitehead known to most as Sue or Susie will be hard felt by her family and the Nebo Community. 
16 Dec 14 THE sad passing of Susan Whitehead known to most as Sue or Susie will be hard felt by her family and the Nebo...
THE proposed Fitzroy Gap dam is not the priority for Central Queensland, Senator Matt Canavan said today. 
'Dreaming is nice but doing is better.08 Dec 14 THE proposed Fitzroy Gap dam is not the priority for Central Queensland, Senator Matt Canavan said today....