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Cattle genomics patent decision pending – North Queensland Register - February 08, 2018

Cattle genomics patent decision pending North Queensland Register Beef producer and science leaders say the patent means fees will be payable for the application of more than half the DNA-associated genetic tests used in Australia's beef and dairy industries. Cargill Australia has distanced its.

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Manus centre in mould scandal, like Nauru | SBS News – SBS - February 07, 2018

Vision Christian Media Manus centre in mould scandal, like Nauru | SBS News SBS Australian taxpayer-funded buildings at both Manus Island and Nauru detention centres rotted with mould and have made staff sick. Manus centre in mould scandal, like NauruThe Australian all 1 news articles ».

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Manus centre in mould scandal, like Nauru – SBS – SBS - February 07, 2018

SBS Manus centre in mould scandal, like Nauru - SBS SBS Australian taxpayer-funded buildings at both Manus Island and Nauru detention centres rotted with mould and have made staff sick. Manus centre in mould scandal, like NauruThe Australian all 1 news articles ».

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Manus centre in mould scandal, like Nauru – SBS - February 07, 2018

SBS Manus centre in mould scandal, like Nauru SBS The company took legal action against its subcontractor Ark Modular Australia which was referred to arbitration. "The dispute has arisen due to the deficiencies in the material supplied and work performed by Ark Modular," the Decmil annual report of .

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Australia: The safe harbour regime and continuous disclosure: where is the line in the sand? – Mondaq News Alerts - February 07, 2018

Mondaq News Alerts Australia: The safe harbour regime and continuous disclosure: where is the line in the sand? Mondaq News Alerts The rationale underpinning the new legislation is to encourage directors to take proactive steps to restructure companies including fully exploring other options and alt.

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Seventy-four people in Dubbo declared bankrupt in 2017. – Daily Liberal - February 07, 2018

Daily Liberal Seventy-four people in Dubbo declared bankrupt in 2017. Daily Liberal Dubbo has one of the highest rates of personal bankruptcy in Australia, with 74 people in the city declared bankrupt in 2017. Statistics from the Australian Financial Security Authority and data research agency illio.

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