Sunday Mar 2
Nut grower questions free trade deal snub
Australia's biggest walnut producer will have to wait seven years before it can export to South Korea after walnuts were excluded from a new free trade agreement.
New front in war on CSG opens in NSW Riverina
Farmers in the richly fertile irrigation areas of the Riverina in New South Wales have become the latest landholders to rally against coal seam gas mining.
Juice strike puts the squeeze on growers
Workers at Heinz' Golden Circle juice plant at Mill Park, in Melbourne's northern suburbs, walked off the job last Thursday causing a shutdown of production.
Fruit fly coordinator urges vigilance among growers as autumn approaches
Riverina Biosecurity says the only way to control the region's fruit fly epidemic is through commercial and backyard growers.
Star Canadian reinsman to drive in NSW
Henry struck up a good friendship with Goulburn trainer when the two represented their respective countries in the World Driving Championships in France last year and when Day knew Henry would be holidaying in Australia he offered him the chance to drive at a couple of meetings.
Leeton Council to lobby for Murrumbidgee College of Agriculture's reopening
The Leeton Shire Council wants to speak with Education Minister and Murrumbidgee MP, Adrian Piccoli, to push ahead with the proposed reopening of the Murrumbidgee College of Agriculture.