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Queensland agricultural colleges secure new futures three years after closure

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The facilities at the former Longreach Pastoral College are being brought back to life, three years after its mothballing was announced by the state government.

Closing the agricultural training facility angered the western Queensland community, but it may soon see movement there in the coming months.

Tony Rayner, chair of the Remote Area Planning and Development Board, said Queensland Police Service and Telstra were in talks with RAPAD to lease parts of the empty facility.

“We are in discussions with the…



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