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BEEF INDUSTRY BODIES MUST LISTEN TO THEIR MEMBERS

The Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams says the debate over the importation of beef from BSE-affected countries is a wonderful chance for industry organisations to do their job and start listening to those they are supposed to represent.

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BEEF PRODUCERS SAY NO TO BEEF IMPORT RISKS

Grassroots cattle producers and the general public have expressed overwhelming concern at plans by the Federal Government to lift the ban on beef imports from countries that have had BSE or mad cow disease outbreaks, according to the Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams.

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WILLIAMS GIVES NOTICE OF MEAT STANDARDS BILL IN THE SENATE

The Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams has given notice of the introduction of a bill seeking safeguards against the risks posed by the importation of beef from countries that have had outbreaks of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow disease or BSE).

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COALITION MOVES TO SPLIT YOUTH ALLOWANCE LEGISLATION

Whilst the Rudd Government refuses to address the dilemma facing university students in New England, the Coalition has moved in the Senate to split the start-up and relocation scholarships out of the controversial youth allowance legislation.

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A BITTER SWEET RESULT FOR STORM FINANCIAL CLIENTS

Today’s announcement that Storm Financial clients who had significant debt to the Commonwealth Bank will be offered compensation is good news, according to The Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams.

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