Former CBH CEO Imre Mencshelyi planned a strategic strategy day based on CBH being able to cater for and handle a 20 million tonne crop by the year 2020
One could argue that the confidence to trade in breeding cattle in WA has been compromised with the discovery of a Bovine Johne’s disease (C strain) infected animal in southern WA.
Many people will have read about the hype of Asparagopsis, the native Australian seaweed that neutralises the methane emissions from cattle.
Who would have thought we would be talking about a 22 million tonne harvest for 2021?
It sings from the same ridiculous playbook WaterCorp used when they told Pilbara folk they couldn’t swim in popular waterholes despite being able to produce zero evidence of any genuine issues arising from it
Tennis superstar Novak Djokovic represents everything wrong and bad about ‘COVID exceptionalism’. As in, there are rules, but they don’t apply to him.
Just as all the glory is currently his, so will be the responsibility for failures when the political cycle eventually turns.
As fertiliser prices around the world continue to climb and supply chains continue to be disrupted, WA’s sulphate of potash players are ramping up efforts to develop our own potash industry.
An extremely significant piece of legislation was rushed through Parliament in the Legislative Assembly’s final sitting for the year, writes Vince Catania.
WA often feels left out, but a remarkable exhibition of First Nations work at the Art Gallery of WA is a must-see
As we head into an election year, Labor will be hoping it can turn the tide and go from Opposition to government. Who are the top performers?
My partner wants to reveal our secret relationship at this year’s Christmas lunch but I am worried my friend and her family will think we’ve been sneaking around behind their backs. What should I do?
After a tough couple of years, and with the spectre of the Omicron variant on the horizon, there are still reasons to be cheerful.
There is a discriminatory, classist struggle in this nation, where the unemployed, the underemployed, and the homeless can be decimated because they are too poor to pay fines.
The State Government’s haphazard approach to the southern bushfire season has created unnecessary angst for regional volunteers and local governments, and threatens to reduce the number of volunteers available.
This new phase will be the true test of McGowan’s leadership. When the virus enters WA — and we all know it will — it’ll fast become clear what our Premier and his team have been doing for the past two years.
As the conversation moves on from the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, one element of the Australian Long Term Emissions Reduction Plan has stirred up debate.
‘Things can go very wrong very quickly when children are in the water, so it’s imperative parents show the utmost diligence and help lifeguards do their job — saving children in distress, not babysitting.’
The crux of the proposed creation of a “super university” is held up by vain attempts to climb to the top of baseless national and international rankings — why concede to a gamed system?
An open letter to CBH Group by Quairading farmer Wheatbelt Railway Retention Alliance chair Greg Richards.
Regional voices in State Parliament will be silenced at the next election, after the Labor Government rammed through new legislation in recent weeks.
WA is facing a deepening crisis around Government Regional Officer Housing, with teachers saying the appalling state of the system is driving many away from the regions.
With two months until we ring in the new year, we’re facing the very real prospect of 2022 being a repeat of 2021 and 2020, in terms of supply-chain congestion, unless we take action to change.
The WA economy has been relatively unharmed by the COVID-19 pandemic, with our resources sector powering on, but our universities have clearly felt the pinch from the lack of international students.
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