WA’s Opposition has labelled the State Budget ‘lazy’ - saying it does little to address cost of living, housing, and the health crisis - and accused Mark McGowan of being ‘intoxicated’ by record revenue.
Paul Channon has placed efficiency and staff culture at the top of his priority list after being appointed to fill the big shoes of former CBH Esperance Port Zone manager Mick Daw.
Agriculture hasn't had enough attention this election campaign, says the National Farmers' Federation, which has rated party policies affecting farmers.
A ban on wheat exports from India is a further blow to the world's food markets, after supplies from Ukraine were disrupted.
Rajendra Jadhav and Mayank Bhardwaj
Pockets of bushland throughout the State’s farming regions are beginning to bloom, as the weird, wacky and wonderful orchids WA has to offer begin to emerge.
Established in 1999 — the same year WA became Australia’s biggest producer of canola — the Agricultural Hall of Fame pays tribute to renowned agricultural achievers.
ASX listed grain handler GrainCorp is handing shareholders a special dividend and launching an ag-tech venture capital fund after a record half-year profit.
Australian Wool Innovation subsidiary The Woolmark Company has joined with Sportscraft to create a collection of Australian wool garments that champion traceability and sustainability.
In a scathing column written for The West Australian, Bill Shorten has laid the blame for Activ shutting up shop at the feet of the Morrison Government and its cuts to the NDIS.
Meat and Livestock Australia has called for applications to fill three non-executive director positions on its board.
Farmers and dairy industry representatives from across the State gathered in the South West on Thursday for a day exploring all the latest updates, new technologies and innovations being embraced by the sector.
A 1004kg Hereford bull has sold for a record price of $130,000 at a sale in Wodonga, Victoria, with a Queensland cattle breeder the proud new owner.
WA’s biggest disability service provider is closing large-scale industrial work sites it has run for 70 years, likely leaving hundreds without employment along with support staff.
Rebecca Le May
St John WA has launched a clinical inquiry into the death of an 80-year-old grandmother who died from a suspected heart attack while waiting two-and-a-half hours for paramedics to arrive.
More than $120 million worth of cocaine has been seized in Port Hedland after an investigation into an alleged organised crime syndicate - who may have transported the drugs on a bulk shipping carrier.
Adam Poulsen, Cally Dupe and Peter Law
Adam Poulsen, Kate Purnell & Amy Johnston
Bob Iffla and Trevor De Landgrafft
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