UPDATE: THE company planning to burn timber residue and trees near Morwell says it will be "sensitive" to air quality issues in the Latrobe Valley.
HUNDREDS of Victorian communities have been identified as mobile phone black spots.
LAMB and sheep prices have hit levels not seen for three years.
REGIONAL Victoria is still waiting for its first Victoria Police protective services officers.
FARMERS have hit back at plans by to privatise the Port of Melbourne.
SENSATIONAL media coverage of live export incidents are far from the truth.
GUESTS at East Gippsland resorts are demanding free wireless internet as part of their beach holiday.
THE annual hops harvest started in Myrtleford last week with hand picking of the flavoursome crop.
CHOPPER prices have lifted as much as 14c/kg in Victorian yards in the past week.
IT turns out star Angus bull, Te Mania Emperor E343, and former Melbourne player David Schwarz have a lot in common.
TONY Abbott won a sign of relief with his pre-election promise to fix mobile telephone black spots.
TWO visitors to our shores in the past week have been spreading the word on farming.
Some of the action from the Mountain calf sales.23
He’s a bull in demand but even Te Mania’s Emperor E343 couldn’t avoid the vet last week.18
A LOOK around the saleyards of Wodonga, Myrtleford and Ashwood Park.21
AN ASIAN trade delegation recently visited the Melbourne markets.10
THERE are bright signs for southern Australia's cattle industry.
FONTERRA Australia announces its closing milk price will be between $6.80 to $7 a kilogram of milk solids after another big price step-up.
THE Canadian Government will fine the country’s two rail companies $C100,000 a day if they fail to move one million tonnes of grain to ports each week.
HEREFORD calves sold to $785 at the Ensay mountain calf this morning where prices were cheaper than expected.
THE depressed cattle market and the lack of confidence due to the dry season affected on the Murdeduke Angus bull sale held at Winchelsea today.
THIS week’s cattle sale dates
WIMMERA MACHINERY FIELD DAYS Eagle has landed a home
EAGLE I Machinery is building a workshop and showroom in southern NSW.
MACHINERY Deere in headlines
THE consolidation of John Deere dealerships in Victoria is continuing.
TRELLEBORG is trying to convince tractor buyers to examine cost of ownership when it comes to tyres.
ACCLAIMED writer Les Carlyon looks back on a jockey who forged out one of the most brilliant careers of the Australian turf.
YOUNG riders converged at Bendigo at the weekend for the Pony Club Association of Victoria state championships.
TATONG and Swanpool football clubs have conceded they will not field teams in 2014.
IT’S NO accident that the best-tasting tomatoes are always well hidden, deep within the foliage of plants.
WITH summer fruiting out of the way, it’s time to wield the pruning shears and prepare for next year.
IT’S hard to believe that we’re into autumn later this week.
WHAT seems to be the simplest of dishes can often be one that never quite works out quite right.
SOME things are worth doing properly, and mayonnaise is one that’s high on my list from the kitchen.
A CLASSIC pancake recipe kicks off our series of Mastering the Basics.
THERE’s nothing like a good analogy or metaphor to get a politician excited.
HERE’s an epitaph no one would like to see engraved on their headstone.
A MAN gave his three sons some advice when he sent them to university.