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Farmer says mouse plague continues to grow despite...

A southern Riverina farmer says mouse numbers are surging again after a short reprieve with the extra cost of dealing with them an...

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Machinery dealers stripped bare amid farm spending...

Farmers were already primed to spend big with good seasonal conditions and strong commodity prices, but federal investment incentives have...

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Jenolan Caves set to reopen after fires, floods, pandemic...

It's been a horror two years for the Jenolan Caves, but after yet another setback caused by March's deluge the popular tourist attraction...

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It threatens property, nature, and the economy, but...

Australia's most spectacular national parks could be closed for longer in the high season as a dangerous flammable weed takes further...

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Fixing fences and restoring spirits after Cyclone...

With a mission to repair hundreds of kilometres of fences and mend battered spirits, volunteer rural fencing organisation BlazeAid...

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Unlikely Kimberley love story of former Benedict monk...

Frank was a Spanish migrant and Katie was raised on a Christian mission. Documented by their daughter Cindy Solonec, their romance...

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'It's quite amazing' how Sconetime movement is helping...

Studies have linked loneliness to poor physical and mental health, finding it increases the risk of developing dementia — but a simple...

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Excitement builds over planned Blue Mountains tunnel,...

Farmers welcome the possibility of Australia's longest tunnel being built under the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, but a transport...

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Scientists have sent a robot down a wombat burrow...

The mites that cause the distressing wombat mange are likely to persist longer in burrows in cooler, wetter months, research suggests.

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Pay dirt: What the budget means for rural and regional...

The government hopes that by extending tax incentives, and spending big on soil management and biosecurity, Australian farmers will...

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Worsening NSW mouse plague now an 'economic and public...

NSW farmers call for a $25,000 government rebate to help pay for bait, as the plague puts winter crops in doubt and affects the mental...

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The 'invasivore': Meet the woman who eats invasive...

Kate Spaulding works in a takeaway food store but her passion is foraging for wild foods, especially edible, invasive weeds. And she...

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Strewth, sometimes it takes four months to get an...

With international travel off the cards, domestic tourists are driving demand for Australian-made products that have long been emblematic...

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Confidence drives Tassie vineyards selling grapes...

A Tasmanian vineyard harvesting the last of its vintage is among many confident it will sell grapes and wines locally after the trade...

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