Broken Hill, in outback New South Wales, could become home to one of the world’s largest mini-grids supplied by renewable energy within three years.
A cattle trader and producer warns farmers against restocking properties too quickly despite above-average rainfall and lush conditions persisting across New South Wales.
A new self-reporting electricity meter installed on Tasmanian farms by Aurora has sidelined irrigators for months on end and cost farmers hundreds of thousands in costs.
After more than 70 years, the new owner of the Adelong gold mine is confident it will make a profit this time.
Graziers around Cobar are enjoying vastly improved conditions after an extremely dry three years, but the rain is yet to come for some.
North Queensland farmers use a subscription vegetable box service to give them an extra revenue stream during the coronavirus and a chance to experiment with produce.
The NT Farmers Association has unveiled ambitious plans to expand farming by 60,000 hectares in the Douglas Daly region.
‘We are stuck here’: Stephanie is helping put food on your plate and hasn’t seen her kids in nearly a year
The sweet potatoes you place in your shopping trolley may have been grown by a person who has not seen their children in nearly a year.
In the race to find a vaccine against COVID-19, researchers have turned to an animal known for its spitting and surly attitude — the alpaca.
Distraught residents of Victorian border towns say a decision by South Australian authorities to stop them heading into SA will have devastating impacts on local morale, and could also increase the risk of coronavirus transmission.
A passion for helping lambs survive the cold has reignited a Perth resident’s love of knitting, and saved her from “going nuts” during coronavirus restrictions.
One of the main economic drivers in regional New South Wales, horse racing plays an integral role in sporting and cultural life — but this was not always the case.