UPDATE: The Victorian Government today insisted it would proceed with the Energy for the Regions program.
SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Thirteen fertiliser distributors are demanding that NAB pays back $13m.
MURRAY Goulburn could be just three months away from a partial listing on the Australian Securities Exchange.
FORMER ABC journalist Libby Price was targeted by the Nationals as a candidate to help win back the federal seat of Indi.
UPDATE: SPC has moved ahead of the current labelling debate by unveiling its new look through social media.
A PRIMARY school in Victoria’s North East is the latest school to be “de-staffed” by the state’s Education Department.
CREDITORS of failed grain trader Sapphire (SA) Pty Ltd are crying foul.
ALMOST 700 koalas have been secretly killed by lethal injection in Victoria.
MALCOLM Turnbull has publicly backed PM Tony Abbott.
FARMERS’ incomes are rising, and it is has happened since the Abbott government came to power, Barnaby Joyce claimed yesterday.
ABOUT 1000kms have been clocked up over the past two days during the 2015 Peppin-shaw Riverina Ewe Flock.
THOUSANDS of fish have died at Lake Cooper in the Goulburn Valley.
ACCORDING to the modern business mantra, greed is good.
AFTER years of frustration over falling price returns and selling system, producers have found a voice to complain.
PUMPING cheap Bass Strait gas into country towns and cities has been a government plan for 20 years.
IF THE National Party isn’t already worried about the Gippsland South by-election, it should be.
THE loss of a community school is the most heartbreaking, soul destroying and devastating blow.
The Wimmera Machinery Field Days showcased a huge range of equipment.42
Blade shearing demonstrations proved popular at the Loddon Valley Stud Merino Field Days.13
Southwest Victorian dairy farmers Brad and Becc Couch have been named The Weekly Times Coles 2014 Farmer of the Year.28
Destruction of her work led prop maker, Olivia O’Connor, to discover a more fulfilling trade, making rocking horses.11
A HEATWAVE is searing western Queensland and Birdsville is a chance of smashing the record for its hottest ever March day.
Climate change Proof Australia is getting hotter
THERE’S no point in denying it: Australia is getting hotter, and it’s not going to stop. And here’s the proof.
EXCLUSIVE: A BOTTLENECK in swapping over to new NVD forms has cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
AUSTRALIA’S commodity forecast body has defended its error margin, saying forecasting does have limitations.
BULLS sold to $40,000 and average records were broken across southern Australia last week.
TE MANIA Angus increased their average by almost $2000 at their annual autumn bull sale at Mortlake today.
THIS week’s cattle and dairy sale dates.
STEER prices were at least 20c/kg up on a week ago at Landmark Ballarat’s annual weaner calf sale today.
THE Claas Disco 9200 front-and-rear mower combination has been named Machine of the Year.
A NEW model compact disc harrow has its first public showing at the Elmore Tillage and Cropping Day.
ONE alternative to no-till seeding or complete tillage is strip tilling, where only the seed rows are cultivated.
PROMINENT Queensland greyhound trainer Greg Stella insists he has done nothing wrong amid the live baiting scandal.
A LANDMARK report out today has found the benefits of community football extend beyond the physical health of players.
UPDATE: THE Lalbert community has been plunged into mourning after the death of a Mallee Eagles footballer.
MOST plants with large, soft leaves rapidly lose enormous amounts of moisture during hot sunny days.
SOME garden pests have a distinctly weird appearance. Scales are a good example.
IT PROBABLY seems a bit weird, but most sweetcorn patches should occasionally become a bog garden at this maturing stage.
FRITTATAS are easy food all year round, and are especially suited to the warm summer nights.
THIS iced coconut slab is simple to make and tastes delicious.
NEVER tried game before? Perhaps you thought it was too difficult to cook, but it’s not.
IT’S probably fair to say that until recently not too many Australians had heard of Flagstaff, Arizona.
IT WAS one of my more surreal travel moments.
HISTORIC Europe beckons, with The Weekly Times Travel Club’s Grand European river cruising tour