Farmers accuse Premier of ignoring 'letter after letter' on worker shortage  The AgeView Full coverage on Google News
Daniel Andrews has dashed hopes of a last-minute plan to fly in thousands of seasonal workers and salvage what the agricultural sector says is a harvest season verging on crisis.Daniel Andrews has dashed hopes of a last-minute plan to fly in thousands of seasonal workers and salvage what the agricultural sector says is a harvest season verging on crisis.

Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has ramped up the pressure on Victoria, demanding it allow thousands of seasonal workers to arrive to fix an acute labour shortage. Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has ramped up the pressure on Victoria, demanding it allow thousands of seasonal workers to arrive to fix an acute labour shortage.

Worker shortage: Agriculture Minister David Littleproud demands action from Daniel Andrews

Australia's agriculture minister has all but given up on trying to convince young and unemployed people to move to the bush for farming jobs. Instead, Australia's agriculture minister has all but given up on trying to convince young and unemployed people to move to the bush for farming jobs.Australia's agriculture minister has all but given up on trying to convince young and unemployed people to move to the bush for farming jobs. Instead, Australia's agriculture minister has all but given up on trying to convince young and unemployed people to move to the bush for farming jobs.

Australians turn their backs on farm work | The New Daily

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has distanced himself from colleagues criticising the Victorian government for accepting international tennis players but not fa...Prime Minister Scott Morrison has distanced himself from colleagues criticising the Victorian government for accepting international tennis players but not fa...

We can play tennis and pick fruit, says PM | The Bellingen Shire Courier Sun | Bellingen, NSW

Scott Morrison has distanced himself from colleagues criticising the Victorian government for accepting international tennis players but not farm workers into the state.Scott Morrison has distanced himself from colleagues criticising the Victorian government for accepting international tennis players but not farm workers into the state.

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