DESPITE support from thousands of Aussies, Matilda’s Frozen Fruit is still waiting to lock in supermarket contracts.
THE nation’s biggest supermarket chains have been shamed by the NSW Food Authority for trying to sell mouldy food.
PACIFIC Hydro says its study linking wind farms and health complaints was “never meant to be scientific”.
GRAZIERS are culling livestock and shops and businesses are closing down as the drought crisis in Queensland worsens.
AN AUSTRALIAN company has been fined $10,200 for passing off Chinese-brewed beer as “Aussie”.
UPDATE: THE New Zealand beef industry say it’s not to blame for two Pies stars testing positive to clenbuterol.
TONY Abbott is comfortable Australian companies are paying Islamic groups for halal certification.
A FARMER remains bemused after arguing with Transport SA inspectors about whether a bale of hay was an “unsecured load”.
AN INDEPENDENT review of the BoM’s temperature records has expanded its probe beyond the terms of reference.
COUNTRY-of-origin labels for processed foods will be mandatory under a plan to be put to federal Cabinet.
THE Victorian Country Football League will be dissolved this year.
ELIZABETH Stolk-Hill’s cashew and choc chip cookies only require eight ingredients.
ERNIE and Teresa Braaksma have leased a farm from Australian Consolidated Milk and Dutch Mill.
Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2015.28
TWO blokes hunting for yabbies have nabbed a crocodile in the middle of outback central Queensland.
BALLARAT firms that sponsored the local rodeo were targeted by PETA but it was the animal rights group’s usual glib.
THEY don’t come any nastier than People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
MALCOLM Fraser’s passing is the closing chapter of a political life that was oddly divisive and unifying.
Hundreds of exhibitors showcased their products and services at Farm World.59
Picola and District round one: Picola United Blues v Yarroweyah Grasshoppers.46
This week’s sales included Wycheproof, Wodonga and Lawsons Angus.62
The Wodonga Raiders Football Club was snapped at training last week.16
PLANTS are growing faster than people can harvest them, with vegetation on the advance around the planet.
THE destruction of 16,000 banana plants has begun on a Tully Valley farm in Queensland after Panama disease hit.
THE Queensland Government needs its biosecurity efforts in the Far North to be more proactive than reactive, according to an expert.
BULLS sold to a top of $20,000 at the Lawsons Angus bull sale at Glenburn today.
JUST under 7000 sheep were yarded at the Wycheproof special store sale today.
WARRNAMBOOL agents yarded more than 1900 store cattle last week.
CLAAS Harvest Centre has confirmed a new Arion 400 series will be arriving in Australia next year.
IT IS a demolition derby with a difference — headers smashing each other into pieces all in the name of fun.
FASTER headers and bigger silos for more on-farm grain storage is boosting a market for high-capacity grain augers.
GREYHOUND Racing Victoria’s new chairman has apologised for the live-baiting scandal.
POLICE have charged another three people in relation to allegations of live baiting in the Greyhound racing industry.
RETIRED and delisted AFL players are looking to country football as a place to hone their coaching skills.
IT HAPPENS every autumn, especially in the vegetable garden.
IF YOU’RE growing your own backyard tucker, it’s gloriously satisfying but a never-ending job.
THERE’S a special reason why lime is best applied in autumn and early winter.
THIS recipe for lamb shanks will warm you up as the weather gets cooler.
I AM a great believer in not making things harder than they need to be in the kitchen.
AS WE say goodbye to another summer, we also say goodbye to an abundance of some of the best seasonal produce.
PHILLIP Island is synonymous with penguins.
HIKING through Wilsons Promontory National Park is just one of the lures which pull visitors to Gippsland.
A TRIP into the surrounds of England’s most famous university town is a real treat, writes IAN GILBERT