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‘A bit of a head-scratcher’: Clydesdale horse gets stuck in 5-metre-deep well

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Soxz the Clydesdale had a lucky escape after only sustaining minor injuries after falling into a well in western Victoria last week. 🐎 His owner heard the splash and found the six-year-old submerged in water!

‘A bit of a head-scratcher’: Clydesdale horse gets stuck in 5-metre-deep well



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COWPEA APHID CAUSING ‘SEVERE’ ANIMAL HEALTH ISSUES Cow pea aphid has been detec…

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COWPEA APHID CAUSING ‘SEVERE’ ANIMAL HEALTH ISSUES

Cow pea aphid has been detected on almost every lucerne paddock in the Monaro region of South East NSW and it’s causing a headache for farmers.

The aphids are thriving on current seasonal conditions and they can cause severe animal health problems…

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Congratulations to our newest advanced care paramedics on the completion of thei…

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Congratulations to our newest advanced care paramedics on the completion of their graduate program!

You may spot these ladies in our Metro South region putting their hard work and study into practice as they begin their journey with the QAS.


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‘Waiting for a crop for too long’: Excitement brews as growers begin harvest

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🚜 There’s a glow atop the paddocks in northern New South Wales, a sight locals and farmers haven’t seen since 2016. 🌾 It’s header drivers working into the night to get the most important crop in years off as quickly as possible. If you’re harvesting too, how’s it going? ☀️

‘Waiting for a crop for too long’: Excitement brews as growers begin harvest



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