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Top up your super and get a government boost

Did you know you may be eligible to receive a contribution to your superannuation account from the government, simply by making personal (after-tax) contributions to your super?

27 April 2017 - Prime Super

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Families, farming and frontiers: Paul Adam’s story

If Google Maps is to be believed, Paul Adam's house technically does not exist.

27 April 2017 - Vodafone

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Will the new Temporary Skill Shortage Visa help Agriculture?

The farm sector is not immune from labour shortages. So when the Federal Government this week scrapped the 457 visa, agriculture, like many other industries, held its breath.

24 April 2017 - Kimberly Pearsall, NFF

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Brexit: the state of play for Australian trade

Theresa May’s decision to call a snap election this week brings the reality of Brexit back to the forefront of international relations.

21 April 2017 - Scott Kompo-Harms

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10 facts about Australian trade

The National Farmers' Federation has partnered with leading industry associations to push back on growing anti-trade sentiment in the community.

21 April 2017 - AustralianFarmers

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Have your say on the content of industry qualifications

Ever wondered who determines the content of nationally accredited qualifications?

18 April 2017 - Skills Impact

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Act now for a fair Federal Budget

In the lead-up to the 2017-2018 Budget, the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) is calling on Treasurer, Scott Morrison to preserve instant write-off provisions for small businesses.

13 April 2017 - Fiona Simson, NFF President

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Food waste: from social crisis to economic opportunity

How can Australian households waste 20 percent of the food they buy, while simultaneously 600,000 people each month seek food relief from charities?

13 April 2017 - Tony Mahar, NFF CEO

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Australian Made - Australian Grown logo celebrates 30 years

The Australian Made, Australian Grown logo achieved an important milestone in 2016 – it celebrated 30 years of helping businesses promote and consumers easily identify genuine Aussie products and produce.

13 April 2017 - AustralianFarmers

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