Long term fix shouldn't overshadow short term solutions, Fitzgibbon says
The recent high price for lambs and in particular the lack of quality heavyweights has had an adverse effect of lamb exports.
“Education” is not just a university degree, and it is self-evident that it is not necessary to hold a degree to be knowledgeable and successful, Robbie Sefton writes.
As the drought tightens and water supplies shrink, what are our best options for keeping livestock and crops going?
With the Intergovernmental Agreement on National Drought Program Reform having expired on July 1, the recent announcements of subsidies and drought support are a reminder that preparedness alone is not enough.
Regional communities have a lot of potential to contribute the economy more so than they are already, but the basic services such as communications infrastructure need to be improved for this to happen.