We've had an average of one inquiry into bushfires every two years for the past 80. Why bother? Asks Kevin Tolman.
Interstate Merino studs once again made the nations capital the place to be seen in the Merino industry
When the government makes its decision later this year, it won't just be making a decision about whether to give the go ahead to a new mine, but also a decision about the future of agriculture on the Breeza Plain.
After such an extended period of severe drought, forecasters tend to "clutch at straws" and look for any signs - no matter how insignificant - that there could be rain around.
This week's trade deal between the US and China has poured salt in the wound of Australian growers wanting similar access to the largest growth market in the world.
Angus McDonald's funeral service will be held at St Carthage's Catholic Church, Trangie at 10.30am Monday, January 20.
The planting window for sorghum is almost shut and farmers are reluctant to incur planting expenses with no soil moisture.