Wednesday, August 5, 2020

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Roads, fracking, weeds and IT are on cattlemen’s mind

 

 

Cattlemen call for a half a billion dollars plus upgrading of Territory roads, are looking for wash down bays to combat weeds, clearer rules about access for fracking and a faster internet. JULIUS DENNIS checks out the rural producers' election wish list.

Don’t threaten us: Cattleman to PM over live export decision

 

Cattle industry leader Tom Stockwell (at left) challenges Scott Morrison over "threats" to appeal the Federal Court's live export decision: It should be hailed "as a principle of good governance to guide future ministers, rather than running a protection racket for the under-performers of the political class at further expense to the people".

$3m compensation for ‘reckless, unjustifiable’ export ban

 

 

Federal Court decision today may spark hundreds of claims, says Cattlemen's Association CEO Ashley Manicaros. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Cattle company has win in live export ban case

 

The Federal Court has found against Federal Agriculture Minister Joe Ludwig who imposed a blanket ban on exporting cattle following the Four Corners report "graphic video footage of inhumane slaughter of Australian cattle exported to Indonesia". ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Photo (front, from left): Alison Brett, Hamish Brett and Colin Brett, during the judgment this morning.

 

UPDATE 4.20pm: Statement from former Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association Chief Executive Tracey Hayes.

Cattlemen ask: Where's our drought aid?

Working group needed to "refine priorities."

Cattle in parks: Fences impractical, says department

 

Parks are leaving fencing to pastoralists, says Cattlemen's Association. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

UPDATE: Cattle have no place in conservation reserves nor national parks – ALEC CEO Jimmy Cocking.

 

UPDATE Sept 7: Central Land Council says CLC rangers don’t control cattle in national parks.

These ringers are all the way from Indonesia

 

 

The NT Cattlemen’s Association is hosting 20 Indonesian agricultural students for the next eight weeks as part of the NTCA Indonesian-Australia Pastoral Program, writes ASHLEY MANICAROS, NTCA Chief Executive Officer. This photo was taken at the Alice Springs cattle yards yesterday.

Gunner Government 'droving' away investment

 

 

Opening up cattle station land to non-pastoral uses may be slowed down by a new veto right for Aboriginal native title holders, writes Ashley Manicaros, CEO, NT Cattlemen’s Association (pictured).

Money tight, rainfall low, but the Show sure did go on

The annual Show has turned 60 but hasn't changed a lot in the past few years, decades really, and that's a sure sign of perfection. Find out what it takes to earn a ribbon. ERWIN CHLANDA reports, and Alice Springs News VIDEOs show the finer points of judging live Show entries.

Cattlemen get their day in court over live export ban

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“It was not just the farmers that endured losses – it was contractors, employees and local communities that were devastated by the Government’s ban," says NT Cattlemen’s Association former CEO and facilitator of the class action, Tracey Hayes (pictured), in a media statement.

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