SARAH HUDSON DURING this season’s series of MasterChef, she was known as “the farmer from Korumburra”.
RIAHN SMITH THEY say you can’t teach old dogs new tricks.
ED GANNON I KNOW it’s a long shot, but if you are ever in central China, might I suggest a visit to the desert?
SHADOW and Sal run across the paddock, sniffing the cold ground under trees.
WHEN Ted Ripper became a licensed beekeeper at the age of six, he was most likely the youngest apiarist in Victoria — if not Australia.
DURING this season’s series of MasterChef, she was known as “the farmer from Korumburra”.
WHILE some farmers focus on paddock to plate, Tim Derham is into paddock to pitch.
At first glance, the town of Port Albert bears no resemblance to a Greek island.12
They’re up there with Vegemite and the Hills hoist.12
If Sally Everett had her time again she’d be a fashion designer.25
Beechworth Honey creates education centre to show the importance of bees.33
IT’S a sticky situation, but one that Warrnambool’s Becky Nevin Berger is relishing.
THE mere thought of holding your breath for five minutes is enough to make most hyperventilate.
BEING a carer isn’t easy, but if you’ve got the commitment and passion to help others it’s worth it.
Mail madness Australians know a good letterbox
It’s not unusual to find bulls on hay plains or tractors at Inverell but microwaves in paddocks at Yass? That’s what’s happening in the bush where farmers turned mailboxes into quirky pieces of art.
LOOKS like Barnaby Joyce prefers good old mud maps to Google Maps when it comes to directing people.
CRAIG Jones created a wooden version of his 1965 Chrysler Valiant ute.
WAS Ned Kelly the quintessential Australian Robin Hood, a larrikin who ended up on the wrong side of the law, or a thug?
AUSTRALIA’S first bible museum — and the world’s only bible museum to be run by women — was off to a rocky start.
WHEN Sue Wilson found a 1972 Morris Marina TC Coupe Automatic for sale, she knew it was a good buy.
FEW in farming and agriculture would recognise the name Meredith Hayes.
WEDNESDAY is community lunch day at the Hopetoun Senior Citizens Rooms.
AS A child, I was dragged along to Catholic Mass every Sunday.
THE Country Women’s Association in Victoria is gaining two members a day.
RURAL romance. It’s the genre that has swept the nation’s women off their feet.
TOM Trumble first learnt about Australian World War II prisoner of war Ian Busst on Anzac Day 2013.
LUCA Lorusso spent his youth running around his Italian hometown of Puglia — the land of olive oil.
IN OPERA, there’s always debate about whether the words and plot, or the music itself, is more important.
WHILE you might not think twice about the humble pizza delivery guy who comes to your door, they think about you. Five Aussie pizza delivery guys spill the beans.
IF YOU have lost in love online, and also lost a whole lot of cash, you’re not alone. Survivors of web dating scams tell us how to get through it.
THE wife of a British MP who became famous for her cleavage-revealing selfies on social media has split from her husband, claiming he got jealous.
MEET the Geelong region couple who stumbled on a disused gold mine in their backyard when they bought a bush block a few years back.
Buyers are turning to apartments to afford to buy in Melbourne’s most expensive suburbs as new figures show the massive price gap between houses and units.
THE property market was supposed to slow down at the start of this year, but it’s defied predictions. Here’s what’s in store for the year ahead... and beyond.
ONCE you’ve ticked the most famed tourist sites in Amsterdam, head to De Pijp and enjoy the art, markets, cafes and bars, write Jennifer Ennion.
“WHAT do they expect me to wear?” A perplexed passenger has taken to Twitter to ask the airline to please explain why she was denied entry over her outfit.
What Aussies are really doing at work on Mondays, Sydney’s cheapest CBD holiday accommodation and why our biggest airline is going green.
UPDATE: THE National Farmers’ Federation has given theAgriculture White Paper a “seven or eight out of 10”.
ALEX SAMPSON A DECREASE in the number of horticulture students has been described as “horrific.”