Wagga will be home to Australia's premier biosecurity training and research facilities after an agreement between Charles Sturt University and the federal government

Tim Piccione
By Tim Piccione
Updated April 4 2022 - 9:34am, first published 8:22am
CSU's Wagga campus, where Australia's biosecurity offers will now be trained. Picture: CSU

Charles Sturt University has today announced it will establish a centralised research and teaching hub to protect Australia's $83.9 billion agricultural industry from pests and disease.

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Tim Piccione

Tim Piccione

Journalist

Tim is a journalist from Sydney working for the Daily Advertiser in Wagga. He can be reached at tim.piccione@austcommunitymedia.com.au or 0436919968.

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