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Fonterra revamps milk pricing
Stock & Land

UDV cool on milk deal

FONTERRAS dramatic entry into the fresh-milk market has drawn a lukewarm response from Victoria's peak dairy ­farmer body. Fonterra last week announced it would create 30new jobs and invest $30 million to transform an unused UHT plant, next ... Weekly Times Now, 1 week ago
Fonterra overhauls milk pricing Food Magazine Australia, 1 day ago
Fonterra revamps milk pricing Stock & Land, 2 days ago
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IBAC wants to pursue misconduct

VICTORIAS peak anti-corruption body is unable to investigate allegations of serious misconduct because of flaws in its legislative design and wants greater powers to do its job. The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission's chief, ...
 Free Internet Press2 days ago

VCAT sights on Preston hub

THE Darebin Intercultural Centre may be forced to look elsewhere for space, with Victoria's peak planning body wanting to use the Preston site
 Melbourne North News1 week ago
Townsville Bulletin

Man hands himself in after Sunshine stabbing

A Victorian man has allegedly stabbed his partner to death in front of shoppers in Melbourne's west. The stabbing scene in Sunshine. Picture: David Smith Source: News Corp Australia A MAN has handed himself in to police ...
 Herald Sun1 day ago Mum killed in front of teen son  Townsville Bulletin1 day ago Stabbing victim had been in court before attack  Brisbane Courier-Mail1 day ago Murder charge in Sunshine stabbing case  Brisbane Courier-Mail1 day ago
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Daily Telegraph Australia

Victoria tops for growth

Source: News Limited VICTORIA has raced ahead of NSW — and the rest of the country — with 51,809 new dwellings approved in the past one year. Released by RP Data, the year to February figures do not include the Australian Capital Territory. ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia1 day ago

Peak-hour turmoil after Ring Road fatal smash

A man is dead following a horror smash on the Western Ring Road at Fawkner on Tuesday with the busy freeway closed until after the afternoon peak-hour commute. Police said a man driving a utility vehicle crashed into the rear of a truck, which was ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago Peak hour turmoil after fatal smash on Western Ring Road  Melbourne Age3 days ago Peak-hour turmoil expected after fatal smash on Western Ring Road  Melbourne Age3 days ago Peak hour turmoil expected after fatal smash on Western Ring Road  Melbourne Age3 days ago
Melbourne Age

Victorian parents steer clear of George

While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge give Victoria a wide berth on their Australian visit, the state appears to be doing the same to their chosen baby name of George. Figures from Victoria's Births, Deaths and Marriages office show that George ...
 Melbourne Age2 days ago
WA Today

Death of manufacturing nothing to whine about

Few things about the economy are worrying people particularly older people and those from Victoria and South Australia more than the decline in manufacturing. But many of our worries are misplaced, or based on out-of-date information. For ...
 WA Today2 days ago
Melbourne Age

Rain delivers peak-hour traffic chaos

Melburnians heading to work are facing traffic chaos as wet-weather accidents cause road closures and blockages around the city. An early-morning accident involving a reportedly drunk P-plate driver smashing into a power pole on Williams Road, ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago Traffic chaos hits morning peak  Melbourne Age1 week ago

Vic taxi operators angry as fares go up

Angry taxi drivers and their families have rallied in Melbourne to oppose Victorian government plans to reform their industry. About 50 cabs drove in a noisy convoy through the CBD, some parking on Princes Bridge, just after midday while protesters ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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