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REGIONAL and rural councils that received approval to access the federal government's second-round Drought Communities Program funding are faced with uncertainty on whether or not projects will be approved, after funding has been withheld until after the federal election.
EVERY year when I attend my local Anzac Day dawn service, I think about how fortunate I am to live the life I do.
GOAT prices are returning to record high prices but industry insiders predict it could get even higher on the back of a reduced rangeland population.
The renowned Australian military headdress dates back to the late 1800s and draws on some surprising inspiration.
DESPITE a dry forecast for the traditional Anzac Day break, some SA croppers have begun seeding in earnest.
Good lines of well-presented cattle attracted strong competition from regular feedlot buyers and restockers at the monthly Naracoorte store sale.
Mental health organisation Headspace and the Royal Flying Doctor Service will deliver services to remote SA communities after the federal government invested $600,000 to fund an innovative flying model based at Port Augusta.
A Kangaroo Island farmer with more fresh figs than he can deal with is preparing for the commercial launch of Australia's first genuine fig vinegar.