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Australian firm takes on challenge of heat stress in broilers - FeedNavigator.com


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Australian firm takes on challenge of heat stress in broilers
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Tocopheryl Phosphate Mixture (TPM) is a proprietary product composed of two different forms of phosphorylated vitamin E: TP or alpha-tocopheryl phosphate and T2P or di-alpha-tocopheryl phosphate. It is designed to maximize the utilization of ...

Calls to adopt child abuse inquiry's recommendations on immigration detention - The Guardian


The Guardian

Calls to adopt child abuse inquiry's recommendations on immigration detention
The Guardian
The royal commission investigated Australia's immigration detention centres, but faced pressure to expand it to the offshore network, particularly in the wake of the Guardian's Nauru Files publication. It held a limited public hearing in March. Human ...

President of Republic urges New Zealand to stop importing Western ... - Sahara Press Service


Sahara Press Service

President of Republic urges New Zealand to stop importing Western ...
Sahara Press Service
Bir Lahlou, Dec 17, 2017 (SPS) - President of Republic, Secretary General of the Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali, called Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern to stop importing phosphate, illegally extracted from Western Sahara, underlining that ...

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Don't Ruin Christmas: mining threatens wildlife haven Christmas Island - BirdLife International


BirdLife International

Don't Ruin Christmas: mining threatens wildlife haven Christmas Island
BirdLife International
Three decades on, and after the likely extinction of another five vertebrate species, Christmas Island Phosphates is at it again. In 2016 application for phosphate mining exploration was put before the Australian Government. BirdLife Australia is ...

Let them eat kebab: EU okays doner meat - The Australian


Let them eat kebab: EU okays doner meat
The Australian
The European Commission had proposed permitting the use of phosphates in frozen kebab meat to reflect current practice. The chemicals are theoretically banned in kebabs, but the rule is seldom enforced. They are permitted in certain sausages and are ...

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Google plays major part in rebranding Christmas Island - NEWS.com.au


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Google plays major part in rebranding Christmas Island
NEWS.com.au
Miranda Schooneveldt spokeswoman for Parks Australia said virtual tours would inspire not just the rest of the world — but also Australians — to visit the region. “We want to share the uniqueness and beauty of the island with everyone — if we can ...

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A Queensland project better than Adani's Carmichael mine - The Australian


A Queensland project better than Adani's Carmichael mine
The Australian
The project would lift freight volumes, leading to economic expansion in northern Australia. It is the logical next step following the Ghan rail's connection to Darwin in 2003. The connection would enable new mining and agricultural ventures, including ...

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Christmas Island debacle pushes CI Resources to look outside mining - Stockhead


Stockhead

Christmas Island debacle pushes CI Resources to look outside mining
Stockhead
Until recently, the company shipped around 700,000 tonnes of phosphate each year to Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia. CI Resources shares over the past year. Source: Investing.com. CI Resources has been trying to gain access to ...

Prospect Awards review: Collaborative contractor BGC wins second straight award - Australian Mining


Australian Mining

Prospect Awards review: Collaborative contractor BGC wins second straight award
Australian Mining
BGC is now servicing mining clients across a range of commodities, including iron ore, coal, gold and phosphate, with contracts in Western Australia, SA, NSW, Queensland and the Northern Territory. The company's expansion around the country has been ...

Banaba Island: Katerina Teaiwa lays bare the tragedy - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Banaba Island: Katerina Teaiwa lays bare the tragedy
The Sydney Morning Herald
On closer inspection, it turned out to be made of highest quality phosphate. The six square kilometres of Banaba shared Nauru's geology and within months the Australian government and their colonial partners arrived to claim the phosphate. They ...

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