EVERY year when I attend my local Anzac Day dawn service, I think about how fortunate I am to live the life I do.
THE federal election campaign only officially began last week, although it feels like it's unofficially been going on for months.
I've lost a lot of time this week reading social media posts and comments on the pages of activist groups. It's felt a bit like going down the rabbit hole.
LAST week, I was pleased to read about the government's plan to establish a "digital tech hub" aimed at increasing digital literacy in rural areas. Such an initiative is sorely needed.
How can any farmer have confidence in the trespass, theft and biosecurity legislation that is meant to protect them when the consequences of breaking said laws are simply laughable?
THIS week marked the end of an era, with the state's weekly pig auction held at Dublin for the final time.
A REPORT into the state of the SA Dog Fence confirms sections of the fence are dire need of repair. Quick action is needed to get this iconic and essential piece of infrastructure back into good shape.
With so many anti-GM arguments rejected in Kym Anderson's review, is SA's moratorium on GM crops running on borrowed time?
SA dairyfarmer Casey Treloar's video connected with so many people because it was a genuine, raw moment – a stark contrast to the carefully scripted and staged content we see so often on social media.