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A new article was published on 28 July 2021 by Julia Stafford, Chair of the Cancer Council Alcohol Working Group, asserting that a number of ABAC signatories had failed to age restrict some of their Facebook/Instagram accounts, asserting that given this is a clear ABAC requirement it represents a failure of the ABAC system In

Australian Grape & Wine hosted a Livestream of our Annual Industry Briefing on Tuesday 20 July 2021, broadcasting on YouTube and Facebook platforms. Watch a full recording of the Industry Briefing and view the presentation decks here.

A new national website has been launched as a hub for biosecurity information. The website is a hub for public information with links to help individuals and businesses understand their biosecurity responsibilities.

A recent Bill to amend the Water Act 2007 will strengthen compliance and enforcement, providing power to an independent Inspector General for Water Compliance to impose penalties for water theft and illegal water trading offences. The amendments laid out in the Bill also stipulate that no further water be taken when the basin plan concludes

Australia – UK Free Trade Agreement negotiations On 22 and 23 April 2021 Minister Tehan met with United Kingdom (UK) Secretary of State, Truss and agreed to step up negotiations and hold weekly discussions, with a view to announcing an ‘in-principle agreement’ on these negotiations by the Prime Minsters at the June G7 Summit from

Plant Health Australia Limited (PHA) invites applications from persons wishing to be considered for appointment as Non-Executive Directors of the company. Click on the link below for more information. PHA Non-Executive Directors Advertisement

Market diversification Market diversification has been the key focus for Australian Grape & Wine in recent months. A major part of this is the development and implementation of short, medium and long-term strategies to remove trade barriers and improve market access. We have been working on outlining key trade barriers and market access priorities as

A new Plant Surveillance network convened by Plant Health Australia is calling for anyone involved in any crop monitoring for pests and diseases to consider joining the network. Plant Surveillance Network Australasia–Pacific To be eligible to join the PSNAP you should be working in agriculture and horticulture in Australia, New Zealand, Pacific nations or neighbouring

Throughout 2020, Australian Grape & Wine considered and implemented a number of improvements to the  Code of Conduct for Australian Winegrape Purchases. The review involved significant input from our Code Management Committee, representative of both growers and winemakers. Australian Grape and Wine are now inviting all interested parties who operated under the Code this vintage,

Australian Grape & Wine invites grape and wine businesses around Australia to tune in to the Livestream of our Annual Industry Briefing. Hear from leaders and experts in their field, as we cover the challenges currently facing Australian grape and wine businesses and discuss how we can plan for the future together. Phillip Coorey, Federal Political

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