FARMING communities ravaged by a bushfire event in north-western NSW are being redeemed by a spirit of support, typical of rural Australians, says Mark Coulton.
Changes to sugar and cattle exports resulted from talks between Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Malcolm Turnbull at the weekend.
RETIRED NSW Liberal Senator Bill Heffernan’s feisty spirit will haunt Senate estimates during questioning about an outbreak of white spot disease.
FAKE news is an ever-present danger for Australian agriculture that hinders access to scientifically approved Genetically Modified wheat varieties.
LAST week, the National Union of Workers (NUW) officially declared war on the horticulture industry.
AGRICULTURAL related businesses are set to face upcoming legal action pushed by the competition watch-dog, for alleged breaches the Competition and Consumer Act.
A NEW pilot program has been established to streamline the Farm Household Allowance application process.
New Crawford Fund Chair John Anderson has raised an interesting point about global over-supply of wheat and the science of global warming.
A federal Regional Investment Corporation (RIC) to streamline the delivery of drought support loans to farmers is meeting internal resistance within government ranks.
THE Coalition says it's improving access to safe and effective agricultural and veterinary chemicals, with almost $2.5 million in grants approved for priority uses.