Last Updated: April 25, 2014

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Ambulance to lead big Anzac parade

BERNIE Dingle has a deep interest in the Great War and particularly the role of horses.

Boys from bush go to war

After the landing at Anzac Cove. Anzac Beach showing hospital in foreground. Sent to Kit Hemphill by her brother Fred Russell...

GALLIPOLI is synonymous with the birth of Australia as a nation.

Justice ‘rough for remote kids’

Justice ‘rough for remote kids’

CHILDREN in regional areas are facing harsher penalties and run a greater risk of being turned into “permanent criminals”.

Plans for $1bn climate top-up

PM plans for $1bn climate top-up

THE Coalition will tip an extra $1 billion into its direct action plan in next month’s budget.

Huge graffiti spree derails train

Huge graffiti spree derails train

GRAFFITI vandals have wrecked a V/Line train carriage, spraying a huge 25m mural that will cost thousands of dollars to scrub off.

Aussie labourers told to work on

Pension age and blue collar workers

AUSTRALIANS whose ageing bodies are “broken” by hard labour would just have to find new careers in their 50s and work on, says Treasurer Joe Hockey.

Breeder jailed for animal cruelty

 Paul Hamilton, entering The Downing Centre. He is appealing a jail term for animal cruelty.

A MELBOURNE company director whose firm abused sheep and other animals was jailed yesterday for seven months for animal cruelty.

Walgett misses season break

FARMERS around Walgett in northwest NSW are unlikely to plant a winter crop for a second year in a row.

Nicola smitten by Tassie

NICOLA Mason is a star of Australian fashion.

Duo’s rare gem set to shine

SHE was the fearless, bold ABC radio rural reporter.

Wodonga, April 24: Limousin tops

A LIMOUSIN bull sold to $4250 to top the Wodonga beef breeds bull sale today.

Sovereign Hill’s search for horse lovers

DRESSING up in 1850s attire, riding horse-drawn carts and talking to strangers in Old English is hardly your average job.

A missing link is food chain

A price receipt is caught under the wheel of a shopping cart at a Coles Group Ltd. supermarket in Sydney, Apr 13, 2007. PicJa...

FARMERS receiving as little as 2 per cent of the final retail price for produce is why Australia’s food supply chain needs an overhaul.

Preselection inaction a strange move

Napthine Cabinet being sworn in at Government House

IT is hard to make sense of how the Victorian Liberal Party is handling it’s election campaign seven months out from the polls.

Minister trades blows

PM Abbott in Korea 8th April 2014

THOSE critical of the JAEPA for not delivering all things to all people are very harsh judges.

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Behind the Scenes of Life Through Wool

Watch the making of Life Through Wool

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Life Through Wool

Country Road released this video in collaboration with The Woolmark Company

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FARMERS' PAY

Do farmers receive enough for their produce?
Vintage prints order

Few gain from high prices

Elders agents take bids on first-cross ewe lambs which made $151 at last week's special store sheep sale at Wycheproof.

LAMB prices above 600c/kg and a bounce of $150 for slaughter cows and bullocks make good headlines.

Seasonal calving key to costs

Simon Scott and Linda Knight, dairy farmers

REDUCING and understanding costs will be the focus of one new Western Victorian Focus Farm.

Internship beefs up farm skills

NORTHERN AUSTRALIA SCHOLARSHIP

MUSTERING, drafting, weaning, marking and processing were all in a day’s work for Aaron Brown.

Warrnambool, April 24: Optimistic

 Warrnambool store cattle sale, April.

THE rising fat market, good rains in much of southern Australia and a mood of optimism produced a strong rise in cattle prices at Warrnambool today.

Wagga, April 24; lamb market lifts

Wagga Wagga lamb sale 13.3.2014

RESTOCKERS have paid up to $105 or 704c/kg for lambs at Wagga Wagga today in a huge vote of confidence in the market.

Wodonga, April 24: Limousin tops

Wodonga all breeds bull sale

A LIMOUSIN bull sold to $4250 to top the Wodonga beef breeds bull sale today.

Green Diesel Anger as diesel firm winds up

 Henty Machinery Field Days. Ron Kukler, Green Diesel Fuel System

A LIQUIDATOR has been appointed to wind up former Geelong company Green Diesel Corporation.

SOWING Boss sows seeds of success

Boss sows seeds of success

BOSS Agriculture handed out an intriguing brochure about its seeding equipment at Wimmera last month.

LUCERNE Super sprayer drives down costs

Super sprayer drives down costs

A NEW self-propelled sprayer has helped a lucerne seed producer increase on-farm efficiency.

Alpine Saints seek Anzac Day win

MYRTLEFORD will look for its first win when it takes on fellow winless club Wangaratta on Anzac Day.

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Murray tour nets a ‘codzilla’

 Codzilla: Kaye Goggin with her 113 cm Murray Cod. Picture: ROD MACKENZIE Picture: Supplied

LAST week, Rod Mackenzie’s “Tag along cod tours” produced several Murray cod around the 90cm mark.

Camperdown trials test riders

Camperdown trials test

HALF the country’s horse trials riders celebrated Easter at the Camperdown Horse Trials.

Cup goes to DP Amazing

 n10wp602 Russell Johnstone with Cruising Down Under a show jumping horse that will be back at the Whittlesea Show

AS the Sydney Royal juggernaut rolls on we see the beginning of the saddle horses and junior and young rider Showjumping.

A missing link is food chain

A price receipt is caught under the wheel of a shopping cart at a Coles Group Ltd. supermarket in Sydney, Apr 13, 2007. PicJa...

FARMERS receiving as little as 2 per cent of the final retail price for produce is why Australia’s food supply chain needs an overhaul.

Just say cheese, urges Robb

Andrew Robb

FEDERAL Trade Minister Andrew Robb has taken a glass half full approach to his recent free trade deal with Japan.

Beef’s the great entertainer

 Entrepreneur Dale Cleves has built an empire from Mount Gambier, just over the Victorian border into South Australia, with a...

DALE Cleves — one of South Australia’s most successful businessmen — has a fascinating mix of businesses.

Frank’s star burns bright

THERE was a time chef Frank Martinez was a star among stars.

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Sweet smell of success

 Organic grown quinces on a tree. Picture: Supplied

I REFUSE to harvest our clingstone peaches until I can smell the ripeness when passing the trees.

Cundall: Spring bulbs

 Daffodils Picture: Supplied

SOME spring bulbs are so tough they can withstand the coldest winters including the most savage frosts.

Cundall: Zucchinis

 Zucchini Picture: Supplied

ZUCCHINIS have their limitations, but their relative, the pumpkin, is as popular as ever.

How to make crumble

Food shots

ONE of the easiest cool-weather foods to make is a fruit crumble.

Frank’s star burns bright

Frank Martinez. Bright

THERE was a time chef Frank Martinez was a star among stars.

How to make chicken stock

Country Living Food pics with Jeremy Vincent

HOMEMADE stock is the cornerstone of any great homemade soup.

I’m a right royal ram

YOU could say it was a case of royalty meets royalty when Kate and Will were introduced to Fred the Merino Ram at the Royal Easter Show in Sydney on Good Friday.

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Ask Agnes: Diets

Ask Agnes: Diets

Dear Agnes, What do you think about all these weird diets?

Timing all wrong for fishing

Timing all wrong for fishing

IF YOU'VE always suspected the DEPI didn’t know one end of the day from the other, then here is proof.

Learner baled up after mishap

Learner baled up after mishap

THE perils of learning to drive.

Soul nourishment

 STM - 040605 Pix: Tony McDonough. A Benedictine Monk walks through the monastory at New Norcia north of Perth Western Austra...

IT APPEARS like an apparition out of Western Australia’s outback red dirt.

Ballarat raises the bar

 Mitchell Harris Cellar Door. Craig Mitchell (Left) and John Harris Picture: Andy Rogers

IT COULD be a wine bar in any metropolis.

Highway hot spot

 Photo of Tocumwal. Sarah Hudson pics Picture: Supplied

TRAVELLERS have long known of the secret charms of Tocumwal.

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