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June 2018

Top stories in the June 2018 newsletter include:

  • SafeWork SA audits to commence
  • Thevenard Port update
  • Channel widening project welcomed
  • Industry shows support for GROWING SA
  • Reflectors available for stobie poles

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May 2018

Top stories in the May 2018 newsletter include:

  • Hit Your Target campaign launched
  • Chain of Responsibility laws update
  • Don't forget ... Save the date for GROWING SA!
  • Murray Bridge rail crossing to be modified

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April 2018

Top stories in the April 2018 newsletter include: 

  • Meet the new GPSA CEO - Caroline Rhodes
  • Save the date for GROWING SA!
  • GPSA supports rural health initiative
  • Submissions open for safety award
  • GPSA ready to work with new State Government

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March 2018

Top stories in the March 2018 newsletter include:

  • No premiums for majority of SA farmers under GM moratorium
  • GPSA and the 2018 State Election Campaign
  • Enthusiasm brims from Thriving Women conference
  • New Chain of Responsibility laws
  • Weather station funding welcomed
  • New NFF leadership program
  • Regional Community Capability Fund grants

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February 2018

Top stories in the February 2018 newsletter include:

  • Register now for EP grower meetings with DPTI and NHVR
  • Have your say in GPSA's 2017-18 Harvest Review Survey
  • GPSA election policy released
  • EP growers off to Thriving Women
  • Written agreements important in grain trading

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January 2018 mid-month update

Top stories in the January 2018 mid-month update include:

  • Heavy Vehicle Inspection Scheme to be expanded
  • GPA, NFF working hard on tariffs issue
  • Last chance for Thriving Women sponsorship
  • Expressions of interest sought for new farm business program

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December 2017

Top stories in the December 2017 newsletter include:

  • Field bin safety warnings issues with compliance to start in 2018
  • Professor Wendy Umberger a new GPSA independent director
  • GPSA farewells inaugural CEO Darren Arney
  • GPSA offers sponsorship for Thriving Women 2018
  • Storage container availability, ESCOSA review feature of Parliamentary inquiry
  • ESCOSA timeframes reviewed
  • GPSA supports initiative to get students in grains industry careers
  • Reminder on responsible spray application
  • Thanks for completing GPSA's latest survey

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November 2017

Top stories in the November 2017 newsletter include:

  • Changes to heavy vehicle access start November 4
  • Help GPSA to better advocate for you
  • Call for participation in APH project
  • Draft mining legislation introduced to State Parliament
  • Celebrate National Ag Day

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October 2017

Top stories in the October newsletter include:

  • IMP on the agenda at Kadina grain market access forum
  • GPSA meets members at YP Field Days
  • Spring edition of Grain Producer magazine released
  • Mining Act review update
  • NFF submission to drought program review
  • Know Your Code this harvest
  • Be mindful of grain hygiene

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September 2017

Stories in the September newsletter include:

  • Market access challenges of delivering SA grain
  • GPSA at the Yorke Peninsula Field Days
  • Call for producer input on national machinery movement notice
  • National Ag Day set for November 21
  • ARLP applications open
  • GPSA on container panel

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August 2017

Top stories in the August newsletter include:

  • GROWING SA and GPSA Annual General Meeting to be held
  • Three directors fill vacancies for GPSA board
  • South East on-farm grain storage meeting
  • Joel, Dion win GPSA's supply chain scholarships
  • Have your say on how industrial hemp is grown
  • Controlling snails increases market competitiveness
  • Safework SA releases plan for agricultural WHS
  • Update on mouse populations
  • Flinder Ports update on Thevenard

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July 2017

Top stories in the July newsletter include:

  • GPSA board nominations are open
  • Feedback required for Parliamentary Inquiry into Primary Producers
  • Content hub for grains information launched
  • Opportunities for grains businesses in new $200m government Future Jobs Fund
  • Changes to award rates from 1 July 2017
  • Registrations open for Growing SA Conference
  • Yorke Peninsula road upgrades top $40 million
  • ElectraNet considers EP power supply options

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June 2017

Top stories in the June newsletter include:

  • Dion Woolford, Kimba, appointed to the GPSA Board
  • Save the date: GROWING SA 2017
  • SA Power Networks renews campaign to ‘look up and live’
  • Tax changes highlighted for small businesses
  • NHVR pursues national approach to agricultural vehicle movements
  • Small business help available for farmers
  • New firearms regulations to start on July 1
  • Diary dates

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May 2017

Top stories in the May newsletter include:

  • Save the date ... GPSA AGM - Friday 11 August 2017
  • Deadline looms for supply chain review
  • Last chance to take the transport issues survey
  • Project update - the 90-day Change@SA Project 1 Status Update Report
  • AGIC scholarships on offer through GPSA

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April 2017

Top stories in the April newsletter include:

  • New 90-day project seeks grower feedback on transport hot spots
  • Discussion to start on Mining Act
  • Industrial relations member update available
  • Reminder on multi-peril rebates
  • Location differentials vary across Australia
  • Header insurance working group forms
  • Churchill Fellowship applications open
  • Last chance ... complete the post harvest survey

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March 2017

Top stories in the March newsletter include:

  • Call for feedback - post-harvest review
  • Workshops lift on-farm safety expectations
  • Not sure where to start with work health and safety? Here's some tips ...
  • Free work health and safety workshops
  • Reminder to grain growers to take care when spraying with later grape harvest
  • Preparing for a clean harvest starts now!
  • Flinders Ports charges exceed CPI increases
  • Entries open for young growers to attend AGIC

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February 2017

Top stories in the February newsletter include:

  • GPSA meets with growers on Mining Act review
  • Have your say … mining on ag land
  • AGT takeover of InterGrain under scrutiny
  • Grain Trade Australia reviews pool provider standards
  • GPSA welcomes new policy expertise for 2017
  • Work health and safety regional workshop events

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December/January 2017

The December / January 2017 edition includes details of GPSA's grower meetings regarding the review of South Australia's Mining Acts, the Work Health & Safety Roadshow, new board director Adrian McCabe and the Know Your Code harvest fire safety campaign.

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November 2016

Stories in the November 2016 newsletter include GPSA's response to the mining act review, new grain hygiene campaign and feed barley permit for glyphosate.

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October 2016

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