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News posted on Friday, 23 November 2007
Limestone Coast winemaker tops the class
Sue Bell, senior winemaker at Stonehaven in South Australia’s Limestone Coast, has been named Qantas Dux of the Len Evans Tutorial for 2007.
Tasmania triumphs at Hobart International Wine Show
Tasmanian winemakers triumphed against some of the best wine producers in Australia and New Zealand last night winning three international trophies at the Royal Hobart International Wine Show.
Giesen Wines to remain family owned
One of New Zealand’s leading wine companies Giesen Wines has announced that the founding family have decided to retain the business.
New force emerges in battle to save precious water resources
Directors of leading water solutions group Agrilink has announced the company’s new corporate identity and aggressive plans to expand its presence into new markets.
Businesses urged to help clean up our climate
If an office halved its waste from two wheelie bins to one each week, it would save more than four tonnes or 2100 wheelie bins of greenhouse gas emissions. Clean Up Australia is urging businesses to take up the challenge on 26 February, 2008.
Swan District revels in its elegant wine styles
The Swan Valley is the oldest wine region in Western Australia with vines first planted in 1830, predating both Victoria and South Australia in viticultural terms.