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| Office for Women (Aust Gov)|
The Australian Government Office for Women (OfW) is a policy advisory unit and a division of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
|Official opening of the South East Irrigation Scheme |
Tasmania’s South East will grow jobs in the region and its reputation as a gourmet food-bowl of Tasmania with the official opening of the South East Irrigation Scheme.
| Ollie's World educational resource|
'Ollie's World' is the umbrella site for the suite of "Ollie" web sites, produced to support the "Ollie" Programs in various countries. 'Ollie's World' contains two sections - one for adults and one for kids. The site's goal is to make Ollie's World a child-friendly, comprehensive resource centre - presenting information on all sorts of issues relating to sustainability principles.
| Ombudsman Tasmania|
Contact this office for complaints about Tasmanian state or local government administration.
| On-farm Pesticide Storage (DPIPWE)|
A Guide and Checklist for the storage of agricultural pesticides and specifications to meet most current Quality Assurance requirements.
|On-line assistance with farm business skills|
A free online resource is available to build financial knowledge and assist with farm business skills.
|Onion levy rise welcomed|
The levy on onion growers has doubled after a campaign by the onion industry over the past couple of years.
There are a number of free online databases that may be useful to farmers.
| Online livestock|
Sell or buy, search or advertise for livestock in Australia.
|Opportunities and challenges for the Australian meat industry|
Opportunities and challenges for the Australian meat industry
|Opportunities for Australian agricultural exports to Malaysia|
Australia can play an important role in meeting Malaysia's food consumption and demand for food processing inputs, according to a new ABARE report.
|Opportunity for young cattle producers|
The Cattle Council of Australia is calling on young beef producers to take part in the 2016 NAB Agribusiness Rising Champions Initiative.
|Opportunity to voice views on fracking |
Tasmanians have the opportunity to have their say on the mining practice of hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, as part of a review of its potential use and impact in the State.
Organic farms can be found across Tasmania and are involved in varying enterprises from wine to sheep's cheese. Includes information on converting to organic farming.
|Organic Industry Innovation Award|
Organics Tasmania is calling for applications for its Innovation Award
|Organic industry proposes shorter accreditation period for farmers|
The organic industry has proposed that the present three year accreditation process be shortened to a year.
|Organic information goes online|
Organic information goes online
|Organic lavender finding overseas sales|
A Tasmanian Government Innovation and Investment Fund grant will help bring forward the purchase and installation of a new essential oil distillery, as well as multilingual facilities and materials for tourists.
|Organic month is October|
Organic month is October
| Organics - information about certification and contacts in Tasmania|
Lists certifying bodies in Tasmania and includes general information on converting to organic farming.
Includes information on plant and animal disease outbreaks and floods.
|Other State Government websites|
Links to relevant government websites in other Australian states.
| Ouse festival 09 flyer (Ouse_festival_09.pdf 90 KB)|
Who's in ouse festival
|Outlook 2013 - rural industry presentations now available|
The annual economic and commodity forecasts for 2013 are now availabe from ABARES.
|Outlook 2015 presentations now available online at YouTube|
Presentations from the ABARES Outlook 2015 conference, held in Canberra in early March, are now available online at the ABARES YouTube channel.
|Over $25 million for natural resource management in Tasmania |
Tasmania’s regional natural resource management (NRM) organisations will be receiving over $25 million in new funding.
| Overview of Organic Farming in Tasmania|
Organic farming is farming without the use of synthetic chemicals, artificial fertilisers, pesticides, irradiation or genetically modified organisms.
| Ovine Johne's Disease (OJD) in Tasmania|
Ovine Johne's Disease (OJD) information for Tasmanian sheep producers.
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