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Monday, August 10, 2020
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Topic: sugarcane

Isis Sugar Mill shareholders accept Almoiz offer

Isis Central Sugar Mill shareholders voted overwhelmingly to accept a proposal from international sugar producer Almoiz Group to acquire up to a 54 per cent interest.

Last of 2019 sugarcane hauled to Isis Central Mill

The harvesters and tractors fell silent today as the last of the 2019 crushing season crop was hauled to the Isis Central Sugar Mill.

Bundaberg Sugar expands macadamia interests

Bundaberg Sugar has acquired extensive macadamia orchards on Winfield Road as the company continues to diversify its operations.

Next Crop of sugar industry leaders harvested

Bundaberg Region farmer Michael Cavallaro has been recognised as a future leader in the sugarcane industry after graduating from the Next Crop development program.

Expert says Bundaberg has biofuel potential

A biofuels expert has briefed Council on the future potential for a biofuel industry in the Bundaberg Region.

Students all aboard for cane train safety

Students from Isis District State High School, Childers State School and St Joseph’s Primary School recently took a field trip from the classroom to learn about cane train safety

Innovation on show at Sugar Research Australia open day

As part of celebrations around National Science Week, Sugar Research Australia is hosting an Open Day to showcase their innovative practices and provide the public an opportunity to tour the new facilities in Welcome Creek.

Bundaberg Sugar aims to diversify, add jobs and value

Bundaberg Regional Council and Bundaberg Sugar have made a joint submission to the State Government seeking a structural transition package for the local sugar industry to diversify, add value and secure jobs.

Bundaberg Region farm export growth forecast

The ABARES Bundaberg Regional Outlook conference today at The Waves has heard an upbeat economic forecast for local agriculture.

Canegrowers organise public lecture on Reef science

Bundaberg Canegrowers have organised a public lecture on 12 August 2019 to discuss the science of regulation around the Great Barrier Reef.

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