Australian Wool Innovation is reviewing ‘every single’ area of expenditure, after annual revenues collapsed by half following a wool price freefall.
Hundreds of jobs are set to go as JBS scales back operations at its Dinmore plant. Critics say JobKeeper has “tilted the playing field” and forced the company’s hand.
Ray Guadagnino has been growing apples for almost 50 years. Following a “heartbreaking” decision he is now pulling out more than 1,500 apple trees because he can’t get workers to harvest his fruit.
Some farmers in the Riverina take the unusual step of spraying winter crops or cutting them for stock feed so they can plant rice this season.
Renowned Santa Gertrudis stud Yulgilbar Station grosses $919,500 at its stud sale.
A huge pile of almond husks has spontaneously ignited in the Riverland, putting firefighters and farmers on alert.
‘We’ll all be tied up to jetties’: Fishers concerned about stall in reforms over vast fishing grounds
Queensland is on the verge of losing its export accreditation for several lucrative fish by-products after failing to meet its obligations to monitor and manage impacts on the Great Barrier Reef.
One of Australia’s biggest meat processors says the Federal Government’s JobSeeker program is such a good deal the unemployed are not applying for jobs.
A recently unearthed 170-year-old diary will fill a key gap in Adelaide’s weather history, and more importantly the gap in one of the longest continual records in the Southern Hemisphere.
As the seasonal worker shortage worsens, the National Farmers Federation welcomes the new national agricultural workers code but criticises the states that haven’t signed on.
Employment in Queensland’s mining industry has surpassed levels recorded at the height of the 2012 boom, a regional economic development expert says.
A strawberry grower has made a patriotic call on Australians to “pick for your country” to stem the labour shortage that’s already resulting in fruit being left to rot.