THE Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's report on climate change and land use made headlines last week, with many of them rather unfair on agriculture.
The pastoral act review gives us a long-overdue chance to modernise the regulatory framework governing the state's pastoral areas.
I WAS rather surprised to learn just how many vacant general practitioner positions there are across regional SA at the moment. I would never have thought it would be as high as 62.
SOMETIMES, it can feel like there's not a lot of good news to be found in the world we live in, but that's certainly not the case this week.
Did you know SA has the highest economic reliance on its regions of all the states, but also the highest concentration of its population in the city?
EFFORTS to keep extreme animal activists off SA farms received a welcome boost this week, with news the state government is considering dedicated laws to protect agricultural businesses.
THE state's grain sector will join the sheep and beef industries in setting a clear and ambitious path for its future, through the creation of an industry blueprint.
AMID Treasurer Rob Lucas's "hard hat, hi-vis budget", there's one set of figures I can't ignore - the downward trajectory of expenditure within PIRSA.
Livestock processing isn't just returning to Murray Bridge, it's likely returning in a form we haven't seen before.