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Fruit Growers' Complaints About Unfair Treatment Unfounded starstarstarstarstar   10th January 2009 - Views: 838 Fruit Growers' Complaints  About Unfair Treatment Unfounded Individual fruit growers complaining who feel badly done by are not in touch with their own industry or they should know that the Government provided a lengthy consultation period during which fruit growing industry representatives and individual growers had ample opportunity to present their case as did conservationists, animal welfare advocate and any other interested stakeholders.

Recreational Fishers Reminded Of New Fishing Rules starstarstarstarstar   6th January 2009 - Views: 819 The West Coast Bioregion, extends from Black Point, east of Augusta, to the Zuytdorp Cliffs, north of Kalbarri and is the Western Australia's most popular fishing zone, attracting around 80 per cent of the State's recreational fishers.

Recreational Fishers Reminded Of New Fishing Rules 1 starstarstarstarstar   2nd January 2009 - Views: 857 With many people enjoying holidays, during January, recreational fishers are reminded that new sustainability rules now apply, to protect highly vulnerable finfish species on the West Coast.

Peter Walsh Misleads The Public starstarstarstarstar   8th December 2008 - Views: 934 Peter Walsh Misleads The Public “Walsh also claims that pressure is coming only from radical animal rights activists to ban the recreational shooting of native waterbirds.

Call For Vic Racing Minister To Intervene To Ban Jumps Racing starstarstarstarstar   5th December 2008 - Views: 895 Call For Vic Racing Minister To Intervene To Ban Jumps Racing Animals Australia’s Executive Director Glenys Oogjes reacted today to the RVL decision: “State animal cruelty legislation is being breached every time a jumps race is held. We have therefore lodged complaints with RSPCA Victoria under Section 9(1)(c) of the Victorian Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.

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