- Long-term sustainability of some councils in doubt as calls for rates review grow July 21, 2018Farmers join a chorus of calls from business and local government to change how council rates are charged in Victoria.
- Women in the Kimberley are changing stations July 20, 2018Women have always had a presence on cattle stations, but when handling the herd is about someone's nature and not just their brute strength, the opportunities open up.
- 'Don't ignore us': Farmers lobby for rural communities as Victorian election looms July 20, 2018Farmers call for billions in funding for rural roads and communities ahead of Victoria's November election.
- Barnaby Joyce attacks live export 'zealots' at heated rally of WA farmers July 20, 2018Barnaby Joyce issues a rallying call to defend Australia's embattled live sheep export trade to a rally of about 1,000 farmers, but WA Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan hits back, warning the crowd he is no friend of theirs.
- Dust storm causing havoc for drought-stricken farmers in northern NSW July 20, 2018A dust storm in northern New South Wales is making already tough farming conditions even worse for farmers as topsoil blows away in strong winds.
- Qld family farm revives rosella products and provides jobs for locals July 19, 2018A farming family north of the Sunshine Coast is winning over new fans with the old-fashioned favourite, growing one of the few commercial crops in the country.
- Kangaroo industry calls for bounty on wild dogs, foxes and feral cats in SA July 19, 2018A bounty on wild dogs, feral cats and foxes should be offered to professional shooters in South Australia, says the kangaroo industry.
- Rock and roll is noise pollution, for ladybirds July 19, 2018Researchers have discovered ladybirds drastically change their behaviour when they were subjected to AC/DC, and it is bad news for farmers and gardeners.
- Shenhua coal mine lease for Liverpool Plains renewed July 19, 2018The New South Wales Government renews part of the coal exploration licence for the controversial Shenhua Watermark project on the Liverpool Plains in the north-west of the state, with a promise not to release any other parts of the area for exploration.
- Robo-crops: Australian farming bot trialled amid Pacific Islands food shortage crisis July 19, 2018A durable, low-cost robot called Digital Farmhand that can be controlled with a phone is being tested in Fiji.
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