New regulations for grape products coming into effect today will provide greater protection for Australian wine brands and the reputation of Australian wine exports.
Australia’s world-leading sustainable fisheries management ensures people across the nation will have an abundance of healthy, top-quality seafood produce to choose from in the lead up to the Easter long weekend.
Evidence-based reforms to the Commonwealth network of marine parks are a win for the environment and fishers as well as plain old common sense.
Victoria’s forest industry jobs and the environment have been assured certainty with the Australian and Victorian governments extending the Regional Forest Agreements (RFAs) for East Gippsland, Central Highlands and the North East regions.
South Australia’s country areas will benefit from the election of a Marshall Liberal Government with a renewed focus in the state’s rural and regional areas.
International Day of Forests (21 March) is a celebration of what our forests, timber and wood products mean to our lives, and the critical importance of sustainable management to protect the environment.
The Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) will expand its operations in Lakes Entrance, Victoria, from one to eight staff, to better meet its business and operational needs in Australia’s largest commercial fishing port.
Taking place on 12 to 18 March, Australia’s first Sustainable Seafood Week is a new, week-long opportunity to celebrate Australia’s seafood industries and the well-managed, sustainable fisheries that supply our favourite fish and crustaceans.
Community projects in the Federal electorate of Adelaide, including initiatives for local job creation and supporting childhood learning, will receive more than $3 million in support from the Australian Government.
A project targeting local disadvantage being undertaken by Morella Community Centre has received $437,000 in funding support from the Australian Government.