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Flat White

Banning live export threatens disaster for Western Australia

30 May 2024

11:32 AM

30 May 2024

11:32 AM

Like other Australian urbanites who stomp around our capital cities in their RM Williams, my current knowledge of the bush is no doubt less than it should be.

It’s not that I can’t claim a certain farming pedigree. Patsy Durack, the pioneering pastoralist who famously drove an enormous herd of cattle across the continent to open the Kimberley, is a direct ancestor.

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