Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest has unveiled a plan to transform how Australia responds to bushfires.
In this week's The Gauge Tom Marland says failed investment in water security, infrastructure and sustainable industries won't help Queensland rebuild after the pandemic is passed.
Early in an individual's farming career, the relationship between inputs and outputs takes on great importance, and if they want to succeed, it is imperative that this relationship is continually placed under the microscope.
The review of the pastoral act was announced in August last year, and initial consultation wrapped up in October. Since then, it's been an 11-month waiting game for our pastoralists.
While the harsh border blockages implemented on August 21 lasted just a week, the mental anguish and emotional toll the decision has had is immeasurable.
Two years ago, wool prices hit record highs, with the Eastern Market Indicator soaring past the 2000 cents a kilogram barrier. Today, things are very different.
Imagine having a mining company pushing to develop an open cut mine on your doorstep, with sections of your land so close they fall in the blast zone.
SA councils have until September 30 to lodge an application to be a genetically-modified crop-free zone, and many have been conducting consultation with their residents to gauge support for such a move.
The SA government's decision to tighten restrictions along the SA-Vic border has sparked the ire of border communities, but where do you stand?