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                          Get IndustryFriday, January 24th, 2020 at 5:15am
                          In March 2019 iMOVE held its inaugural Transport of Tomorrow conference. It was a hugely successful and enjoyable event, and we’re pleased to tell you that it’s on again this March (2020). http://getstem.com.au/transport-of-tomorrow-2020-the-countdown-is-on/
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                          Get IndustryFriday, January 24th, 2020 at 5:05am
                          Governments are responsible for ensuring public funds are invested wisely for the benefit of society. For transport planners and government transport agencies, the uncertainties of emerging technologies and changing trends challenge conventional transportation decision-making, both for long- and short-term planning. http://3pr.gxj877.icu/2020/01/20/managing-transport-system-investment-risk/
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                          Get IndustryFriday, January 10th, 2020 at 4:39am
                          Equipping grain growers and advisers with the information and advice they need to protect crops from disease when fungicide resistance has developed was a key topic at the National Fungicide Resistance Workshop held recently in Melbourne. http://getfarming.com.au/2020/01/08/getting-the-message-right-when-fungicide-resistance-strikes/
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                          Get IndustryMonday, December 16th, 2019 at 5:54am
                          The 2019 Honey Bee Health Survey is well underway, and the results will be compared with those of the 2018 survey to track the health of Australia’s population of honey bees.

                          If you’d like to participate in the survey or know someone who would, please go to bit.ly/BeeHealthSurvey2019 to complete the survey, which closes 31 December 2019.

                          Head here for more information - http://getfarming.com.au/2019/12/16/beekeeper-survey-reveals-pest-and-disease-threats-to-honey-bees/
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