Ed Gannon TWO visitors to our shores in the past week have been spreading the word on farming.
THE alpine grazing trial submission is badly flawed, writes PHIL INGAMELLS
FALLING productivity and how to arrest it will be a focus of the ABARES conference, writes KAREN SCHNEIDER
Editorial THE Asian century.
Rob Harris National affairs reporter SHARMAN Stone’s political legacy may well be “the MP who saved SPC Ardmona”, writes ROB HARRIS
SONIA SMITH THIS week the World Food Security Summit is taking place is Dubai.
THE sheep industry has won vital backing, writes FIONA MYERS
VICTORIAN ELECTION Libs get political lesson
Editorial THE Liberal Party has been outsmarted at its own game.
Farmer help Drought aid is a natural
ED GANNON IS DROUGHT a natural disaster? Does it deserve to rank alongside fire, flood and even cyclones?
KATE DOWLER Statewide DECLINING terms of trade are one of the biggest threats to farm viability.
Editorial THE Prime Minister and colleague Barnaby Joyce went to great lengths to roll up their sleeves and appear compassionate over the past few days.
THE Goulburn Valley community and the workers and growers of SPC Ardmona fully deserved the support they received from the Victorian Government.
THIS year marks the 100th anniversary of the River Murray Agreement — a historic management deal between state governments.
COLES' sponsorship of the dairy farmers' summit has raised eyebrows, writes NOEL CAMPBELL
WE NEED a new approach, writes LINDA BOTTERILL
NZ CO-OP eyes future, writes SIMONE SMITH
Editorial THE Federal Government's stance on manufacturing is proving to be a defining one.
Cimara Pearce THE Victorian election was already shaping up to be a tough and interesting contest.
Kate Dowler A NEW study has shown many who grew up in regional areas tend to move back from cities in their 20s, 30s and 40s.
Editorial THE mountains surrounding Woods Point were logged and bare when a massive bushfire roared through in 1939.
MURRAY Goulburn is determined to deliver a stronger co-operative, writes PHILIP TRACY
SPC is a pawn in a dangerous game, writes ROB HARRIS
Opinion SPC decision will have big toll
Ed Gannon THANKS for nothing, Holden. That's the message from the Goulburn Valley after the Government announced it was rejecting SPC's $25m application.
Simone Smith SAPUTO'S claim on WCB should make for an interesting opening milk-price tussle this year.
Cimara Pearce IT has been hard to split the State Opposition and Coalition as we head towards the November election.
Jenny Kelly THERE'S something of a "lotto" feel about this year's supply and demand forecasts for the cattle industry.
Editorial HEALTH fears over imported foods are nothing new but continually raise questions about the standards we demand and expect.
BARNABY JOYCE: AUSTRALIA has been at the forefront of improving animal husbandry practices in our region.
Ed Gannon THE market, like God, moves in mysterious ways.
Safety breakthrough Move over ATV, here comes the CTV
COMMENT: Ed Gannon WE'VE had the ATV and the UTV, now it's time for the CTV - the caged terrain vehicle.
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A PLAN to allow cattle to graze in Victoria’s Alpine National Park has been slammed as scientifically flawed.