- 'Everybody is a child in the animal nursery': Royal Show exhibitor September 25, 2017Wayne Lightbody has run the animal nursery at the Perth Royal Show for 35 years and despite bad weather and diminishing crowds in recent years, it's still the most important event on his calendar.
- Bush kids become 'detectives' to save the environment September 25, 2017Armed with binoculars, hats and small animal traps, primary school students from the Capricornia School of Distance Education learn how to be 'bush detectives'.
- Orchardists' big plans despite low apple prices September 25, 2017Young orchardists in north-east Victoria show their faith in the future of the industry with their four-hectare orchard.
- Fonterra bids for Murray Goulburn September 25, 2017Fonterra confirms it has made a bid for embattled milk processor Murray Goulburn.
- Environmentalists launch campaign against Gogo irrigation plans September 25, 2017Environmental groups have launched a campaign against a proposed irrigation development on Gogo Station in the Kimberley.
- Dry, dusty conditions continue for Alice Springs and surrounds September 25, 2017According to the Bureau of Meteorology, parts of Central Australia are experiencing the driest conditions on record.
- Why are WA farmers excited about watching beetles eating dung? September 24, 2017No one would normally blink an eye at new animals arriving at an agricultural school, but 50 or so farmers have braved wet weather to watch the state's first widescale spring-active dung beetle release.
- Small-statured pigs have big appeal for breeders and pet owners September 24, 2017Pint-sized pigs are making a big impression on pet owners with breeders struggling to meet demand.
- Photos of Tasmanian Devil with fur loss being investigated by authorities September 24, 2017Authorities say the devil appears to be showing "classic symptoms of a type of skin cancer which causes fur loss in affected animals".
- Cluster fencing resulting in 'cruel' kangaroo deaths, shooters say September 23, 2017Fences to control wild dogs across western Queensland funded by the State Government are being used to help trap and kill native wildlife, kangaroo shooters say.
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