Jamieson Murphy, FarmOnline

Jamieson Murphy


Canberra, ACT, Australia

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Past articles by Jamieson:

Police notified following APVMA workplace culture investigation

A minister has referred the findings of an investigation into a government agency's workplace culture to the police. → Read More

Customer dies with broken landline despite asking Telstra for fix

"This is a matter of life and death... no Australian should ever experience such helplessness or fear," the... → Read More

China picks up Trade Minister's call & invites him to Beijing

Trade Minister Don Farrell accepted an invitation to visit Beijing "in the near future". → Read More

Fuel tax change 'cost of living bomb' would hit farm tractors

The proposal to scrap the fuel excise tax would light the fuse on a tax bomb that would... → Read More

Labor's ambition plan to put agriculture in all major policies

The Agriculture Minister wants to put some "flesh on the bones" of last year's priorities, but he's harbouring... → Read More

10,000 Pacific workers coming 6 months early 'hasn't touched the sides'

THE government is patting itself on the back for delivering its goal of 35,000 Pacific workers six months early, but the agriculture sector says the policy "has not touched the sides" of the workforce crisis. → Read More

Farmers demand federal government resolve resource land use conflicts

Farmers are tired of being consistently misled or ignored by developers and state governments. → Read More

Eight endangered animals that may be living on your farm

One of these endangered critters could be living on your land. → Read More

Eight endangered animals that may be living on your farm

One of these endangered critters could be living on your land. → Read More

Bobby calf killing banned in NZ, Aussie dairy knows what's coming

It won't happen in Australia just yet, but sector has been preparing for the day consumers make the... → Read More

What China wants in return for dropping trade sanctions

There is no such thing as a free lunch in international politics. → Read More

Claims APVMA sacked harassment whistleblowers investigated

The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority refuted claims whistleblowers were sacked while on sick leave, but declined... → Read More

Agriculture shrinks by 18 million hectares, but output still grows

Australia's agricultural footprint shrunk by 18 million hectares in just 12 months, but the sector is still producing... → Read More

Sustainability vital to ongoing international trade access: Agriculture Minister

"For anyone who pretends that that's not required, they're just completely out of touch with international trade," the... → Read More

Agriculture sector on upcoming land clearing reform debate

Some optimistic it will bring about long overdue reform and others wary of populist motives. → Read More

Labor to use EU trade as 'political cover' for tougher land clearing laws

"It's rat cunning... they will shape it through the politics and guise of international trade to give them... → Read More

Animal activists call for roo culling pause due to floods

The Animal Justice Party wants a moratorium on roo culling until the flooding damage and impact on population... → Read More

Misinformation fuelling US roo leather ban prompts Washington call

Another state is considering banning kangaroo leather, believing roos needlessly slaughtered en masse to fuel the soccer boot... → Read More

'A flop': Labor cans former govt's $54m farmer soil grant program

Nationals say the move is "disgraceful", however Agriculture Minister Murray Watt said his predecessor's idea "was a flop"... → Read More

Agriculture exempt from safeguard mechanism tightening, but benefits from carbon credit demand

The tighter regulations will require the bigger polluters to offset more of their emissions, primarily through carbon credits... → Read More