- Supermarket giants pledge to raise milk prices by 10 cents a litre — in the short term March 19, 2019Coles and Aldi fold to pressure to raise the price of their home brand milk by 10 cents a litre, but both retailers say the increase is an interim measure ahead of industry reforms.
- Corn crops replace rice in Riverina cropping programs March 19, 2019Maize crops are popping up in the Riverina this summer as many traditional rice growers opt to trial the crop in a season of low water allocations.
- Huge fish found washed up on beach believed to be a Mola mola March 19, 2019A massive fish has been found washed ashore near the mouth of the Murray River in South Australia, and one expert believes it is a Mola mola sunfish.
- Scientists uncover highly infectious bacteria as cause of ugly veins on mangoes March 19, 2019Scientists have worked out what causes ugly veins to appear in mangoes — a breakthrough that could save the industry millions of dollars each year.
- 'Toilet pipes and old, dead meat': Stench in country town so bad locals want to 'up and leave' March 18, 2019When the wind blows a certain way in the small Tasmanian town of Longford, the odours from the local abattoir and sewage treatment plant combine, leaving locals sickened and rushing to fill out their "pong survey".
- Katherine Gorge up in smoke as Top End burning season starts early March 18, 2019A poor wet season sparks an early start to the Top End's prescribed burning season, almost two months ahead of schedule.
- Tasmanian farmers cash in as hemp hits new high March 18, 2019Australia's booming market for hemp seed in breads, cereals, protein powders and protein bars is spurring a new wave of Tasmanian growers cashing in on the fast-growing crop.
- Lake Eyre begins filling as floodwaters flow from Queensland March 17, 2019The parched landscape of outback South Australia is being rejuvenated by floodwaters flowing from the Channel Country towards Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre.
- Duck hunter numbers down as season opens in Victoria March 17, 2019Fewer duck hunters have taken part in the start of the season in Victoria and while protesters hope the drop in numbers will lead to the end of the controversial activity, shooters say the pursuit is still popular.
- Opal diggers' gamble keeps them on the 'lure of finding a million dollars' March 16, 2019The drill holes that dot Coober Pedy's opal fields act as a reminder of both fortunes found and dreams unfulfilled.