With submissions on the Northern Basin Review closing tomorrow, the farming community’s clear message to both the Murray Darling Basin Authority and the Federal Government is that enough is enough
Australian governments and industry need to start thinking about how to get young people into agriculture and stop the exponential US trend towards corporate agriculture.
Probably no area of national policy is in more urgent need of overhaul right now than that of energy – that is, electricity generation and supply, and its associated mining issues.
Last week, NSW Labor joined calls from NSW Farmers for action on Q fever, backing our proposal for an awareness campaign to ensure communities understand the risks of the disease.
The Land says: Beef industry barely whimpers at intervention threat, despite proven frustrations around trust and transparency.
Despite a lot of discussion in the press to the contrary, the resilience of the Australian economy post the mining construction boom is quite extraordinary.
A new era in online food delivery marks an incredible opportunity for existing players and others in the food industry.
The Punter is wondering if the company should be renamed Phishock – a shock stock and potential phizzer.