Category : World News

Pacific Islander workers fearful after rocks thrown...

Advocates hope others in the Seasonal Worker Program won't be discouraged from coming to regional SA to work.

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'Monster' prawns and metre-long fish enticing anglers...

Huge banana prawns and metre-long threadfin salmon are there for the taking if you're game to drop a line in the "brown snake" Brisbane...

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'Plant it and they will come': Birds return to farms...

From just four trees more than 50 years ago to 25 per cent of her property now locked up, planted, or regenerating, Judy Frankenberg's...

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It's 15,000 kilometres from Kyiv to Korumburra, but...

Conflict between Russia and Ukraine is likely to increase cost-of-living pressures, even far away in Australia, as fuel and fertiliser...

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Antarctic ice cores suggest Australia's drought risk...

Using snow compaction and salt trapped in layers of ice, a reconstruction of a key climate system's 2,000-year history shows the future...

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On the hunt to find the unique traits of Australian...

From manuka to leatherwood and mallee, Australia is not short of honey varieties. So researchers are diving in to find out what makes...

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One in three psychologists have closed their books...

Demand has soared for youth mental health services during the pandemic, but a shortage of psychologists in regional areas means many...

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How a letter from a farmer's wife launched an automotive...

In the early 1930s, a handwritten letter landed on the desk of Hubert French, Ford Australia's general manager. It came from a farmer's...

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What the Russia-Ukraine conflict could mean for Australia's...

With the return of better seasons, eastern Australian farmers are preparing for another big winter crop, but the cost of planting...

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Farmers growing mega wheat crops roughly five times...

Grain farmers in the south-east of South Australia are making a habit out of growing massive wheat crops that are about five times...

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Farmers urged to save carbon credits for themselves

Farmers thinking their soil will be the new frontier of the carbon economy should think again according to one of Australia's leading...

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Thought about drinking from your rainwater tank? Deadly...

Farmer Tim O'Halloran always thought rainwater from his tank was clean, until he put it to the test during a monitoring project.

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Energy Minister bows to public pressure, moves major...

A group of Upper Hunter farmers are cheering the decision to change the route of a contentious energy superhighway.

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Agritourism booms during pandemic as consumers get...

No international travel and a desire for a simpler life has seen the agritourism sector boom during the COVID pandemic. 

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