CWA event coup for Ky
Kyabram will host hundreds of Victoria’s best bakers and crafters as the CWA Creative Arts Exhibition rolls into town in a few weeks.
The town of St Germains was put on the map on July 6 as 14-year-old Hamish Smith had success at the Wyandotte Club of Victoria’s annual exhibition.
The call for photographs to feature in the popular Conservation Management Network annual calendar is now open.
Environmental water will flow through 2000km of river systems from this month.
State Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed is calling on the Victorian Government to make a decision in relation to the three outstanding solar farm applications in the Shepparton district.
Southern NSW irrigators are working their way through the Senate in an effort to educate its members on the negative impacts of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, and encourage them to seek more balance in water policy.
An innovative trial testing the potential of Internet of Things technology on farms is now open to Victorian horticulture, dairy, sheep and grains farmers, thanks to support from the Victorian Government.
New Federal Government changes will see farmers able to claim accelerated depreciation on new fodder storages and income from forced sale of livestock treated differently under Farm Household Allowance.
More farmers will be able to access vital assistance when they are going through tough times, with the net farm asset threshold for Farm Household Allowance maintained at $5million.
Taking a more proactive approach to regulation, research and education is the only way to ensure the Australian poultry industry is at the forefront of innovation, according to a Nuffield scholar.
An iconic Queensland venue will become a focal point of agribusiness activity from September 17 to 19, as more than 300 of the nation’s best and brightest in farming come together for the 2019 Nuffield Australia National Conference.
NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro has committed to introducing a private members bill on red gums, which could open the door for timber harvesting to return to Deniliquin.
Many riders have long considered stallions to be dangerous or difficult, but new research now shows mares are also seen as ‘‘bossy’’ or ‘‘unreliable’’, raising concerns for their welfare.
Human remains were discovered in dense bushland in Mooroopna on Wednesday afternoon. The body was found in the vicinity of Common Track by members of the public who quickly notified police. Shepparton Police processed the site in the early hours of...
A hotel in Mooroopna is currently taped off by police due to an assault that took place on the premises overnight. Shepparton Crime Investigation Unit acting sergeant Jeff Wren said a person has been hospitalised following the incident. He said the...
Powercor expects power will be restored in Tatura after midday today, after mass outages occurred across the town yesterday afternoon. The first reports of power outages in Tatura were at 3.30pm, due to high winds and heavy rainfall. A Powercor...
AN ECHUCA grandmother was confronted and may have been assaulted just after 6pm. Her family has posted security video in a bid to identify her attacker, who had been waiting on the veranda of the woman’s High St home. In their Facebook post the...