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Aussie farmers are smashing records again - growing a bumper winter crop of winter canola, wheat, barley and chickpeas - a record 52.4 million tonnes from our farms into our silos to feed people around the world. It hasn't been easy - but it is appreciated.
Q: Are you set to axe the Green Army which uses young unemployed people to work on conservation projects?

A: How do we answer our kids if we don’t turn around our budget situation, and in 20 years time we say we don’t have the money for public hospitals, to defend ourselves, for the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, for the ABC, because we weren’t brave enough when the time was right to try to...
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The world isn't making any more prime agricultural land. All there is, is here now. That's why we must protect what we have.
Here, the banks of Wallamore Anabranch and Peel River have been eroding for the past decade and some of the most fertile land in the region has been lost to flood and degradation.
That's why we're investing $600,000 to fix it, bringing back native River Red Gum and...
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From the rostrum, New England's young auctioneers knocked down a winning performance at the Australian Livestock and Property Agents Association Ltd's state and national comps.

Congrats to Tam Tanner of Davidson Cameron & CO Quirindi, Zac Ede of Elders Scone, Samuel Gemmell of Elders Walcha, Ben Johnston of Ray White Tenterfield and Ben McMahon of Lehman Stock & Property Inverell all...
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When Jean-Claude Van Damme unexpectedly drops in on your Nats lunch...
What a week.
New England's communities of Baldersleigh, Koreelah, Pinkett, Mount Hourigan at Aberfoyle and Doughboy Mountain near Wongwibinda and have been added to the list to get new and improved mobile phone coverage - now 36 towers in total across the electorate.

We've been working hard to deliver on this $60 million investment under this round of mobile black spot funding, building 266 new base...
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When that agreement for a 15% backpacker tax happened, Labor spent all their time and energy on trying to blow it up. They see regional Australia as a ball of string for a crazy cat. They just want to play with it.
We are decentralising, building regional centres of excellence, building mobile phone towers, delivering our largest investment in water infrastructure in Australia’s history. And...
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Labor just see regional Australia as a ball of string for a crazy cat.
This means fruit off the trees onto your Christmas tables, this means certainty for Australian farmers and is the latest in a series of significant legislative achievements passed in just the first seven sitting weeks of the 45th Parliament. #backpackertax
Today, we have the National Party working for the farmers of Jubulum making sure we can get blueberries off the field, we have the Liberal Party making sure they can get they can get grapes off the vines in South Australia, we have the Nick Xenaphon Party working to get the mangoes off the trees in the Northern Territory, the Greens making sure the cherries are picked at Young. We have every...
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Backpacker labour in Australia will be taxed at the globally competitive rate of 15%. It’s a win for commonsense, a win for reality.
Bill Shorten and the Labor Party owe Australian farmers a deep and abject apology. They put what they thought was short-term political gain ahead of the interests of horticulture and other farms industries – just like Labor did to the live cattle industry. This...
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Today we have the National Party working for the farmers of Jubulum making sure we can get blueberries off the field, we have the Liberal Party making sure they can get they can get oranges off the trees in Mildura, we have the Nick Xenaphon Party working to get the mangoes off the trees in the Northern Territory, the Greens making sure the cherries are picked at Young. We have every party...
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Labor did not care about a resolution. They joyously wallowed in watching a chunk of our agricultural sector being taken to the edge of a cliff. Thanks to the Greens for offering their support to solve this issue to bring in a 15% backpacker tax.
Industry has spoken. All support a 15% backpacker tax rate, because, in their own words: "The 15% compromise is fair, internationally competitive and recognises the unique nature of seasonal work." Help us convince Derryn Hinch's Justice Party and Rod Culleton - WA Senate - One Nation.

Onions Australia National Farmers' Federation AgForce Queensland Cotton Australia Growcom Australia...
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Yet Labor and Senator Lambie want to destroy it. Help us convince the cross bench:

Jacqui Lambie (TAS) - 02) 6277 3063
Rodney Culleton (WA) – 02) 6277 3175
Derryn Hinch - (02) 6277 3168

AgForce Queensland NT Farmers Association National Farmers' Federation Western Australian Farmers Federation (WAFarmers) Inc Growcom Australia

FactCheck: does the backpacker tax rate leave backpackers better off in Australia than NZ, England or Canada?

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I’m asking for your help. If we cannot change the backpacker tax through the Senate, slashing it from Labor’s 32.5 per cent to 15 per cent, we have a major problem on our hands. Get on to Senator Derryn Hinch, Senator Rod Culleton, Senator Jacqui Lambie and to the Australian Labor Party, tell them for goodness sake, please don’t do this to us. Make sure we get our 15 per cent backpacker tax...
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Paul Murray LIVE: What do you think about this movement - when a council says no fireworks, no awards, no Australia Day celebration but holds a “culturally inclusive day” two days later?

A: Mate, that is not Australia Day. What are they celebrating if they are not celebrating Australia Day? Your job is to celebrate the historical fact of when Australia Day is - not to make up a ludicrous...
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During the election campaign, we gave a commitment to resolve the backpacker tax issue. It’s very important to understand the chronology of this right from the word go.

There was never any piece of legislation introduced by the Liberals and Nationals to take the tax rate to 32.5%. That was a decision by former Labor Treasurer Wayne Swan and a decision by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal...
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