A famous Queensland pub is set to change hands for the first time in 40 years.
Timber supply has been drastically cut in the wake of southern bushfires which have taken out 40pc of softwood forests in the Tumburumba and Tumut region.
We've had an average of one inquiry into bushfires every two years for the past 80. Why bother? Asks Kevin Tolman.
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.
A North Queensland-based camel exporter has criticised the culling of up to 10,000 feral camels in South Australia, saying it's a waste of a potentially valuable industry.
A magnolia tree is a big investment in time and money, once established it becomes an important part of your garden, writes Fiona Ogilvie.
Opinion: Tom Marland says it's more important than ever to look at practical and affordable solutions to how best manage the impacts of fire.