WA’s live sheep export industry underpins Australia’s $250 million trade, according to the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council.
Brahman cattle producer Murray Grey is creating certainty for the family cattle business by offering confidence to their customers.
Sheep buyers for local and international markets are bracing for a challenging time, with supply remaining tight in the face of increased demand for WA sheep meat.
Wheatbelt resident and advocate Mandy Walker has transformed a passion for improving the life of people in the bush into a career.
Multi-mode freight company Intermodal Group is working overtime moving more containers to port than ever before.
Quarters of the WA livestock industry have welcomed certainty over plans to replace the Boyanup saleyards.
It is business as usual for grain handler Bunge WA, despite a string of poor results from the company’s global operations.
Education Minister Sue Ellery has ruled out a Labor backdown to keep Moora Residential College open, despite pressure from the Isolated Children’s Parents’ Association.
KPCA chief Emma White plans to represent a more significant part of WA’s northern herd.
For Gingin stargazer Carol Redford, a career looking up into the night sky inspired a business opportunity for the Mid West.
Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan believes a carbon farming industry could be possible under existing pastoral lease legislation.
WA Governor Kerry Sanderson visited the Wheatbelt last week on her final tour of the region before stepping down later this year.
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