FARMERS in the state’s far west will be able to convert crown land leases to freehold in a move that will also allow state government to remove lesser-used travelling stock routes from its books. Western Division leaseholders will be able to apply to convert their leases to freehold, following changes to the Crown Land Management Act 2016.
A three-year-old Kelpie from Southern NSW is Australia’s new top dog – fetching a national record $14,000 at the Jerilderie Working Dog auction. Incredibly, the black-and-tan Coopendale Charlie trumped the previous record by nearly $2000, just half an hour after it had been set. In the end it was Mr Maurer’s friend and repeat customer Dwayne Evans who won the stare-down at the February sale. Mr Evans, the Wilcannia-based station manager, will take his prize pooch west in the next couple of weeks.
ANNA Wells lives on a hobby farm just outside Cessnock and, despite teaching agriculture, hasn’t really had to get behind the wheel of heavy machinery before, let alone show someone else how to do it. But the Mount View High science/ag hybrid is now at one with the humble tractor - even hooking implements to the back and slashing paddocks.
@AustralisTerry Is it just one of you who's putting this stuff out there? Hopefully those who aren't responsible will tell the person who is to pull their head in. Can't really take you seriously otherwise.
@AustralisTerry That sentence makes no sense. I at least understand using the word prostitute as a verb, but don't pretend you weren't using sex worker stigma to score points.
The issue for me is seeing 'progessive' voices happily turn to misogyny when it suits their politics https://t.co/Hu6LgsbkKx
@stationmum101@WhoresofYore To me it's duplicitous if you're happy to back women up when it reflects your politics, but then throw certain types of women under the bus when making other political points.
Can I expect a response on this @AustralisTerry or is this something else you're going to ignore because it doesn't suit your narrative? Happy to take it to the DMs or even discuss over the phone if you want.
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