IN the past couple of weeks, there has been plenty of debate about what - if any - role agriculture should play in reaching a carbon neutral target.
THE state's bull sale season is officially under way, with several Simmental auctions held in the past week, along with a couple of Angus sales.
THE state is battling biosecurity wars on multiple fronts at the moment, with authorities attempting to control fruit fly outbreaks in metropolitan Adelaide and the Riverland.
While plenty of businesses will still be struggling, the latest figures from the SA Tourism Commission provide plenty to be positive about.
NOT long after marking the one year anniversary of the catastrophic bushfires on Kangaroo Island, we have been given another horrific demonstration of nature's power.
THIS time last year, if someone had told me that in just a few months' time Australia would close its international borders and isolate itself from the world, I would have thought they'd lost the plot.
ACROSS our primary industries, having a supply chain where every component is working efficiently is always a major driver of success.
AUSTRALIA'S relationship with China, the world's most populous nation, has deteriorated even further in the past week.
I can't say I've ever dreamt of a career in politics, but this week I wanted to be in Steven Marshall and Rob Lucas's shoes even less than normal.