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Activ8me Business Services connects farmers and agricultural businesses right across Australia to unlimited, reliable data solutions to facilitate both the connectivity of agriculture operations as well as offering optional, free or PAYG phone and internet …

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The product safety standards that apply to the sale of new quad bikes have recently changed, and a couple of new requirements are now in operation. Businesses that supply new quad bikes or all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) …

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By now the Western Australian Government’s proposed changes to the Work Health and Safety laws may be in force*. The Work Health and Safety Bill was introduced in 2019 and was having its second reading …

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If you are a party to a commercial contract and you are prevented from complying with your obligations under the Contract due to unexpected events, you may be able to rely on certain provisions within …

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Horticulture students at Bendigo TAFE have developed stunning ways to transform your space with greenery, with three hanging gardens selected as finalists for the 2020 Great Victorian Hanging Basket Competition. Part of the 2020 Melbourne International …

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Since 2005, all oversized vehicles have been subject to a curfew applied over the Easter and Christmas holiday periods, which included oversize agricultural vehicles. The curfews apply during these times due to increased tourist traffic, …

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David Elder is like any other experienced farmer; hard working, resilient, sincere and had a bulletproof mentality. After growing up on a farm in Benalla, working as a jackaroo in Western Australia and establishing a steel …

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Communities right across regional Victoria –have been doing it particularly tough of late, with many parts of the state dealt the triple blow of dry weather conditions, summer bushfires and the coronavirus pandemic. We recognise our …

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While only three per cent of Queenslanders work on farms, more than 30 per cent of workplace deaths happen on them. Even more tragically, most are preventable, so we simply must ensure there are better …

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You should never take electrical safety for granted. The most common electrical safety risks on Queensland farms are not having safety switches installed, making contact with overhead powerlines and the use of unsafe electrical equipment. Safety …

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