POLICE have charged a 38-year-old man with a string of charges relating to thefts and burglaries near Wangaratta.
A FARMING lobby group has warned another huge rise in electricity prices in Queensland could send farmers broke.
NSW is "one step closer'' to signing on to the Murray Darling Basin Plan after a funding agreement to reduce evaporation in the Menindee Lakes.
A DRIVER has died in a head-on crash involving a truck on the Princes Highway between Sale and Stratford in Gippsland, Victoria.
VEGIE imports from Europe into Australia have skyrocketed, according to AusVeg.
PLANS to set baited shark-catching devices off West Australian beaches without nets could endanger swimmers and surfers.
GROWING commercial poppy crops in Victoria is a step closer.
VICTORIA'S century-old agricultural training institution is changing with the times.
HIJACK or highlight? That's the debate surrounding the use of a western Victorian town's name in the hot issue of wind farms and wind energy.
A KOREAN free trade agreement comes at a time when - despite drought, debt and productivity - there's much to look forward to.
Tarrington is celebrating its 4th annual hay bale art competition.
Highlights from this week's sales around Victoria's including Swan Hill and Euroa.
Harvest is under way for 2013 in Victoria's Wimmera.
Truro is an 844ha grazing property for sale at Seaton, Victoria.
INDONESIA remains Australia's biggest buyer of wheat.
TINA Knight took over the family farm in 2008 and immediately planted an olive grove.
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation wants feedback on genetic benchmarking and the further commercialisation of genetic tools for the wool industry.
THE annual southern weaner selling season got off to a solid start in Naracoorte, South Australia today.
THIS week's cattle, sheep and dairy sale dates.
Poll of the week
WELSH ponies and their riders shone at the Victorian All Welsh Show at Tatura.
BILL Chrisanis and Jaybee Castille led from the dressage phase of Camperdown’s Lakes and Craters’ CCI one star class to win.
WITH three Australian dressage riders in the top 100 FEI Rankings things are going to be interesting for dressage selectors for the World Equestrian Games.
SAVAGELY pruning back a rose bush can be the kindest cut of all
THERE are so many weird and wonderful ways to be as cool as a cucumber this summer - but handle them carefully
IT'S time to see if mulch applied in early spring needs a top-up.
WHILE salads can be an all-year-round feature of your table, most of us are drawn to them when the weather warms up.
WHETHER it's winter or summer, the idea of a soup provides so many options for a great-tasting dish.
I'M NOT sure about you, but my fridge has several bottles of tomato sauce, all different, and a similar range of jars of mustard.
IT LOOKS like we are on a train to nowhere
BACK Paddock has always believed the round hay bale is an under-appreciated sculpture material.
AN ELDERLY couple are always squabbling because the husband is getting forgetful and the wife is always nagging him to write things down.
DISCOVER the delights of Europe on this luxurious river cruise to must-see spots
"GET your motor running, head out on the highway".
FROM macabre to majestic, brutal to beautiful, the good, the bad, the ugly - such are the many contradictions of Cambodia.
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