Monday, 03 August 2015

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Recent News
  • New memories of the outback

    12:33 | 17/7/15
    Fraser Coast Chronicle
    It houses a DH-61 Giant Moth biplane and an open-cockpit Avro 504K, one of the first two aircraft owned by the airline, then known as Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Ltd. The DC-3 Airliner, probably the most recognised plane through ... more»
  • Million dollar fish

    18:00 | 12/7/15
    NT News
    The NT Government has announced 75 barramundi will be tagged with $10k cash prize tags and one with a $1 million cash prize tag and released in Top End waters as part of a fishing campaign to attract more tourists to the NT. more»
  • Loblaw's Superstore rolls out a diverse approach

    10:41 | 30/6/15
    Loblaw Companies Ltd. is challenging that idea with a newly renovated pilot store in Mississauga re-opening on Friday, bringing an elevated shopping experience to a Real Canadian Superstore. more»
  • Sport: PNG cricketers switch focus

    10:07 | 20/6/15
    Radio New Zealand
    Having created history by winning their first ever four-day cricket international, Papua New Guinea will return to the familiar surroundings of the limited overs game next week. The PNG Barramundi's team at Jacksons International Airport in Port ... more»
  • 7 Gladstone region findings from barramundi stocks report

    11:12 | 19/6/15
    Gladstone Observer
    The "Crystal Bowl" is a unique process developed in Central Queensland for the prediction of Barramundi stocks, covering the Fitzroy River and Gladstone areas. more»
  • Commercial fishermen reeling in 50% less barrramundi

    11:12 | 19/6/15
    Gladstone Observer
    THE 2015 mid-season Crystal Bowl review of Barramundi stocks showed that the catch rates in the Gladstone region were better than predicted, with a 1% rise from 2014. more»
  • Aquaculture program prepares students for entry into aquaculture industry

    12:45 | 18/6/15
    FOOD Magazine - Australia
    IT IS a Monday morning in Cowell, a small rural town on the east coast of South Australia's Eyre Peninsula, and Year 11 student Brad Armstrong jumps aboard the waiting oyster punt to start his day's classes. more»
  • Defence SA boss Malcolm Jackman leaving for SAFECOM chief executive role

    14:55 | 12/6/15
    ABC Online
    Mr Jackman started his career in the Navy, then rose to senior roles in the corporate sector, including with Coates Hire and Elders Limited. He had been on a $400,000 annual package in the Defence SA job and will receive a similar deal at SAFECOM. more»
  • Chilled Brazilian Black Bean Soup Is Just Perfect For Summer

    10:36 | 11/6/15
    Huffington Post
    When you're in the mood for a delectable summer soup, think beans -- Brazilian black beans, that is. This light and cool recipe balances coconut milk, black beans and jalapeno to create a delicate finish of sweetness and spice. more»
  • Matt Preston sits down to a Middle Eastern spread at Al Aseel restaurant in ...

    01:07 | 6/6/15
    The Australian
    “But we are eating a lot of indigenous produce without really thinking about it - beautiful crays and barramundi and abalone. more»
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