Farmers who have campaigned for 14 years for grain to be moved by rail say they are encouraged by the State’s announcement, and welcome the prospect of safer regional roads.
Jenne BrammerBusiness Reporter, Agriculture
Australian winemakers fear they could be hit with a huge tariff hike if China’s anti-dumping probe goes against them.
Former conservative politician Nigel Hallett, who once served on a parliamentary committee investigating the RSPCA, faces allegations of poor treatment of sheep on his family farms.
Darling River grazier Rob McBride lends weight to campaign to protect Fitzroy River by warning WA should not repeat the mistakes of the Murray-Darling.
The mother of a little boy who went missing in bush at Yallingup for almost 12 hours on Saturday has been airlifted to hospital after crashing her car into a tree.
Rourke Walsh & Phil Hickey
The COVID-19 pandemic has boosted Australians’ appreciation of food security and safety, with trust in the $1.8 billion egg sector significantly up compared to this time last year.
Records which had stood the test of time set as far back as 1950 have been smashed, with the Bureau of Meteorology’s winter 2020 summary painting a bleak picture for farmers.
Women from across the State came together last week to network, provide support and talk all things agriculture at Women in Farming Enterprises’ Regional Rendezvous.
Nyabing bred Poll Merino rams were in demand at the Hobley family’s annual Wiringa Park sale as prices reached $7500 on September 17.
An Ongerup-bred Poll Merino ram found competitive bidding between local and Victorian interests, pushing the price to a stud record top-price of $4600.
A Quairading meat sheep stud that added its intended Perth Royal Show sale team to its annual on-farm ram sale last Friday, set a stud record $19,200 top-price.
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For the many people who had waited so long for justice in the case of the Claremont serial killer, this was a day of solemnity — not celebration
One of WA’s best criminal lawyers, Tom Percy QC, discusses the three crucial moments in the Claremont trial that led to the conviction of Bradley Robert Edwards for two murders.
Claremont killer Bradley Robert Edwards had just started high school when he began to act on what would become an entrenched, persistent fetish for women’s underwear that raged on until his arrest.
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