Indigenous path paved with gold

Not so long ago it was a rarity to see indigenous people in Australian film and television, and it was even rarer to see them accurately represented. Thanks in part to the establishment 25 years ago of Screen Australia’s indigenous department, stories written, directed, produced and starring Aboriginals are being …

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Farmers reach out on the live export trade

A Woodanilling sheep producer is one of a handful of farmers who have lent their voice to a national campaign aimed at promoting the importance of the live export industry. Bindi Murray, who sits on the Sheep Producers Australia board and is helping to coordinate Perth’s LambEx 2018 event next …

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Blue Point ready for July Cup test | Racing News

Last Updated: 09/07/18 2:39pm Blue Point – bids to follow up in the July Cup Blue Point, emphatic winner of the King’s Stand Stakes, heads 19 horses confirmed at the five-day stage for the Darley July Cup at Newmarket on Saturday. The Godolphin-owned four-year-old is set to step back up …

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Barnaby’s baby bank born to help struggling farmers

The Regional Investment Corporation is now open for business, with $2 billion available to farmers for drought or investment loans. The corporation was dubbed “Barnaby’s Bank” after former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce promised to set it up during the 2016 election campaign. “No longer will the Commonwealth have to …

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Kim shatters LPGA scoring records in win

Sei Young Kim watched her 12-foot birdie putt break toward the hole and disappear into the cup, putting her in territory no one had ever been on the LPGA Tour. She reached 30-under par in the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic. And she wasn’t finished. Kim added yet another birdie, closed …

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