COVID-19 border restrictions are making life difficult for NSW farmers who are struggling to get their bumper crops harvested.
A damning assessment of the future climate of the Great Southern has been handed down in a major international climate report, which has concluded there is still hope through change.
The mouse plague that horrified the nation is back – and a new surge is seeing it spread even further than before.
Growers in the Albany Port Zone have been grappling with flooding and severe waterlogging after heavy rainfall flooded and eroded paddocks as the soil moisture profile reached its limits.
WA’s South West has been rocked by another tragedy with police questioning a man after two people were found dead at a home in Capel.
An extension of the State Barrier Fence to protect livestock on WA’s south coast has hardly progressed after two years because of complex negotiations between the Government and native title holders.
Bendotti Exports says it can’t supply a 1000-tonne crisping potato order because of labour and shipping challenges
New research shows Australian consumers continue to hold red meat producers in high regard, placing farmers among the most trusted community members.
Shire of Esperance president Ian Mickel is warning farmers to stay safe this harvest after he lost most of his middle finger and shattered his pointer finger in a farming accident.
The world’s largest crayfish exporter has embarked on its biggest hiring spree in more than a decade — aiming to secure up to 350 workers for the summer — in the face of ongoing sanctions from China.
WA’s Kochii Australian Eucalyptus Oil is set to see its product used by global essential oils provider Doterra after securing a partnership with the US-based company.
Regional and rural residents plagued by poor telecommunications have just one week left to make their voices heard through a regional review held once every three years.
Police swooped on the gang members after they drove through the city as thousands gathered to watch the AFL grand final.
The tight-knit Wheatbelt community of York is in shock following the tragic death of a beloved school bus driver who died in a horrific crash on his daily route.
Health Department bosses have admitted ambulance ramping is a result of systemic issues within hospitals, but have hit out at St John WA for relying so heavily on volunteers.
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