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October 2018

Notice of Annual General Meeting 2018

The Notice of Annual General Meeting (AGM) of AWI that is to be held on 23 November 2018 at the Swissotel Hotel in Sydney. The Notice contains the agenda for the AGM.

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October 2018

Appointment of a Corporate Representative form 2018

This form is to be used by a representative of an AWI shareholder company or a company which has been appointed as a proxy by a shareholder of Australian Wool Innovation Limited.

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September 2018

In the Shops – Spring/Summer 2018/19

AWI has compiled this special preview of some of the best wool products that will be available from Australian brands this season. Discount offers are available on selected products, exclusively for Australian woolgrowers. There are many other wool products available from these brands. Take a look around their stores and websites – and happy shopping...

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September 2018

Beyond the Bale - Issue 76 (September 2018)

Articles in this edition include: Protecting flocks from flystrike; National Merino Challenge 2018; Merino Lifetime Productivity project update; Robotic shearing revisited in digital age; New ‘Live & Breathe’ marketing campaign; AFL captains’ woolly Western Derby; Wool Week Australia; How long can this wool market hold up?; New functionality available on WoolQ... and much more.

Read Beyond the Bale Issue 76 online at http://beyondthebale.wool.com. You can also view past editions of the magazine, and download PDFs of them, at http://beyondthebale.wool.com.

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27 July 2018

Contribution of live exports to Woolgrower incomes: An update

This report prepared by the Centre for International Economics builds upon previous analysis of the live export industry.  The live export industry continues to underpin saleyard prices and consequently profitability of woolgrowers, particularly in WA. Further analysis highlights the impact of different live export capacity levels.

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