ICPA 2020 virtual state conference.
Queensland farmers are set to receive financial gains in exchange for their efforts to improve water quality in Great Barrier Reef catchments.
North Queensland is shaping up to be a key political battle ground, with key marginal seats likely to determine who forms government following this weekend's state election.
A scholarship that gives university students the chance to complete work placements at several Australian sugar mills has given Kristen Nel a stepping stone into a career with the nation's largest sugar miller.
Leigh Creek Energy plans to turn hydrogen into urea using gas extracted from under a disused coal field.
The recent release of a new report into non-melanoma skin cancer rates in Australia serves as a reminder to farmers and other outdoor workers about the potential dangers of sun exposure.
They say necessity is the mother of invention. For Graeme Saunders, the driving force behind the Watershift Group, it's also about wanting to find better, more efficient ways of doing things, and making life easier and more productive for his customers.
These days it's not just farmers targeting organic or biodynamic certification for their crops who are moving away from synthetic chemical fertilisers.
The Hill family, Bulliac Angus, Miles, are readying 80 tough and hardy bulls for sale as they continue to focus on commercially-relevant cattle.
Representatives of the NSW Teachers Federation have welcomed the program's renewal, but say they are waiting for evidence of its success in keeping teachers in the bush.
Urgently needed farm machinery imports continue to be delayed by months because of a log jam of container freight in Sydney
An improved season will be a drag on some agricultural production earnings this year as producers rebuild after drought, withholding livestock from market
Australia's largest dairy show International Dairy Week is the latest event to be cancelled due to COVID-19.
Soldiers from Townsville's 3rd Brigade will deploy to Victoria and New South Wales this months to assist with the federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
It's often said that necessity is the mother of invention so it should come as no surprise that one of Queensland's most isolated shires has been awarded the 2020 Butch Lenton Bush Council Innovation Award.
After a tumultuous school year like no other, Charters Towers senior students finally had a chance to let their hair down at the combined school formal.
Graincast, a farm app developed by CSIRO to help farmers estimate anticipated yields, has taken out a prestigious award
After having a wretched run with drought, some NSW farmers have suffered the ultimate blow from Mother Nature, with hail ruining crops.
Leading machinery manufacturer, Claas, says Australian farmers are becoming aware of the value of telehandlers.
A Victorian tractor company, Agrison, is being hauled before the Federal Court by the national competition watchdog.
Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud says quad bike owners should take responsibility for their actions.
Hardi Australia will offer advanced H-Select nozzle control technology on its Commander trailed sprayers.
The Australian Dairy Plan's much-touted profitability goal misses the target, according to leading dairy business analyst and Dairy Australia board contender David Beca.
Farmer views played a key role in shaping Dairy Australia's new strategic plan, according to the organisation's managing director David Nation.