VICTORIANS will be slugged $400 in higher electricity bills to subsidise those with solar panels.
SYDNEY’S single ladies are looking to the man on the land for love with outback farmers at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
THE owner of an outback Queensland pub feared for her life barricaded inside as a drunken mob armed with iron bars and rocks rioted outside.
DRIVERS using two-way radios have raced in convoy along a busy Victorian highway, in the style of cult street racing film The Fast and The Furious
THIEVES have stolen thousands of dollars worth of vital tools and equipment from Victoria’s volunteer-staffed State Emergency Service.
WHEN Alf Poefinger started a specialty ice cream and sorbet shop he was always going to have an advantage.
FREEDOM is like a drug for Kelly Smith.
A GOOD coffee, says Edmund Schaerf, should be made from single-origin coffee beans.
THE Prime Minister’s trade mission to North Asia has changed the global agricultural landscape.
WIN a shiny new Apple iMac 27. What would you do if you received an unsolicited email with that in the subject line?
FARMERS were left wondering who their mates are after Tony Abbott’s bumbling trip to North Asia.
BRIAN Dixon restores children’s pedal cars, built between 1930 and 1960, and has about 80 in his St Arnaud shed.6
PHOTOGRAPHERS from around Victoria share their best footy photos with Weekly Times Now.34
Rain delivered big returns for vendors at Wodonga’s cattle sale.8
WI-FI ON TRAINS
LAMB export values in February jumped 40 per cent compared to last year.
TRADING volumes between the Australian dollar and the renminbi are expected to be one of the major beneficiaries of a FTA.
PROSPECTS for the global beef market are positive.
RAIN delivered big returns for vendors at Wodonga’s cattle sale today.
GETTING a slice of the final offering from Spring Gully Jerseys cost up to $8200 at their dispersal.
THIS week’s cattle and dairy sale dates.
VICTORIAN farmers are trialling new nozzle control technology retrofitted to self-propelled boom sprayers.
TRACTORS Transmission revolution makes Case
THE new Constant Variable Transmission tractor was on show at Wimmera Field Days last month.
GRAINS Chaser bin no Smale feat
SMALE Farm Equipment showed a prototype chaser bin at the Wimmera Machinery Field Days recently.
TRENTHAM Football Club is on the mend a year after its playing stocks were decimated by a new club in outer Melbourne.
VICTORIAN riders dominate the showjumping classes at this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show.
I REFUSE to harvest our clingstone peaches until I can smell the ripeness when passing the trees.
SOME spring bulbs are so tough they can withstand the coldest winters including the most savage frosts.
ZUCCHINIS have their limitations, but their relative, the pumpkin, is as popular as ever.
HOMEMADE stock is the cornerstone of any great homemade soup.
FLUFFY and light on the outside, fudgy and molten on the inside, this rich chocolate pudding contains a secret ingredient: beetroot, which adds a lovely moistness.
SOMETIMES I just crave a juicy, beautifully cooked steak.
THE things you have to do to raise funds for your sporting club.
LAST week we suggested the trend to paddock weddings was devastating the wedding venue business.
A COP was sitting in his car outside a pub waiting for the drunks to come out.