WA Forestry Minister Dave Kelly says the native forest industry’s biggest player warned it would close down this year without almost $26m of Government funding.
Jenne BrammerBusiness Reporter, Agriculture
His legacy in Esperance is unrivalled, and now farming communities in developing countries will benefit from a half-a-million dollar donation from the late Chris Reichstein.
Chinese mouthpiece the Global Times has penned a strongly-worded editorial against Australia’s historic deal with the US and UK, warning Aussie military lives will be wasted in the South China Sea.
WA’s Upper House is set to be completely overhauled to introduce one-vote one-value in the biggest ever reform of how the State’s politicians are elected. READ THE REPORT IN FULL HERE
Plans for a game changing cotton gin in the Kimberley have moved closer to reality, after the industry received a $32 million cash boost via a loan from the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility.
A man accused of being behind the wheel of the luxury SUV which killed a pub-goer in Perth’s CBD is facing a string of new charges including driving with a ‘prescribed illicit drug’ in his system.
Capel cattle queen Lucy Morris is a step closer to claiming the Young Lot Feeder of the Year Award after being named one of four grand finalists.
The number of goats being sent to slaughter in WA rose an extraordinary 532 per cent in the June quarter, but the surge has industry analysts scratching their heads.
The Candidate Assessment Panel aims to help the co-operative improve its governance standards, and follows a review triggered last year following a turbulent period on the board
From fleece judging to wool spinning and felting, it was all happening at the Dyson Jones Wool and Technology Pavilion.
WA women came together earlier this month to celebrate all things agriculture for the annual Women in Farming seminar.
National sheep and lamb markets continue to see strong support at current levels, with processors, feedlots and restockers all actively chasing stock.
Christian Porter has unleashed on the social media ‘mob’ and revealed the moment he knew he needed to hand in his resignation from the Government ministry.
Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest is battling to stave off more resignations of key senior Fortescue Metals Group staff upset over a $50 million cut to their executive bonus scheme, sources say.
Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group is scrambling to fill key management positions after a mass exodus of senior staff in recent weeks.
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