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Australian Women's Broadcasting Cooperative (AWBC) (1976) Discrimination based on sex within the ABC, Task Force Proposal for 1976.
The proposed expansion of the AWBC's powers arose out of industry based concern over rumors of adulteration in New South Wales, and fears that proven cases of product substitution or adulteration would damage vulnerable export markets.
When it was launched in London, AWBC was expecting a few hundred industry folks to attend, but the event was packed to maximum standing room capacity, a sign that Australia's largest export markets are on tenterhooks to find out what the plan is.
Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation (AWBC) Geographic Indications (GIs) Hermitage Hunter Valley Riesling Rhine Riesling Shiraz
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From 1994 a committee set up by the Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation (AWBC) became responsible for the official delineation and definition of Australian viticultural regions.
On its website the AWBC said that this effectively meant that if exporters produce wine at their facility, bottle it at a contract facility and then store the wine in an off-site warehouse, then each of the three facilities need to be registered with the FDA.
Eventually it was decided that the selection committee should include representatives from: The Film School; Women Media Workers; The Women's Film Group; AWBC; the AT&AEA as well as Liz Knight, the coordinator of the course.
Months before the Canberra protest, on International Women's Day (8 March 1975), the Australian Women's Broadcasting Cooperative (AWBC) within the ABC launched its feminist radio programme, the very name of which issued a challenge: the Coming Out Ready or Not Show.
On a national scale, there are 167,000 hectares under vine and the total grape crush in 2006 was 1.85 million tonnes (AWBC, 2009).
Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation (AWBC) A governmental organization responsible for the regulation and promotion of the Australian wine industry.