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It's not all doom and gloom in the food industry - some companies are coming out on top. You can still find Australian made goods on the supermarket shelves. Family run company Heather Brae began in 1941. It sent biscuits to Australian Diggers overseas and it's still making biscuits, tarts and shortbread in Melbourne's northern suburbs. Source: abc.net.au
The Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke says for the first time the states and territories have agreed on how environmental flows for the Murray Darling basin should be achieved. But he says there's still no consensus on how much water should be returned to the environment. He's also spoken for the first time about how shocked and surprised he was by South Korea's announcement that it is considering starting a sc...
The Lowy Institute's annual survey on policy issues has found there's a growing anxiety about Australia's exposure to the turmoil in the global economy. It's found Australians are generally supportive of using temporary skilled migrants in a labour shortage but are suspicious of Chinese investment, and strongly against foreign companies buying farming land.