Horticulture will need to exert vigilance over the HARPS scheme to ensure it remains fit-for-purpose.
When Tom Martel set up his butcher shop to cater for the gold rush in the Gilberton region in 1869, he could hardly have imagined his descendants still living there 150 years later.
The livelihood of cane growers in the Lower Herbert is taking a hit with floodwater unable to escape due to drainage maintenance issues.
Foreign buyers no longer need every purchase ticked by FIRB, but new fees and national security rules could be frustrating.
Workers who have found themselves unexpectedly unemployed amid the coronavirus crisis in North Queensland should try their hand at farming.
Dan Tehan has a big challenge as our new trade minister to restore our badly fractured relationship with China.
Biodynamic producers on the Atherton Tablelands harvest their most successful garlic crop in over 20 years.