Looking for wine leaders
Industry leaders in Australia’s grape and wine sector are being encouraged to apply for the 2019 Future Leaders program.
Locals will get a unique opportunity to dine with the birds this year, when North Central Catchment Management Authority throws its annual Breakfast with the Birds event next month.
Following a difficult growing season and more failed crops than usual being cut for hay, the CFA is reminding landowners to take additional care when storing and monitoring hay this season.
The NSW Government has drastically revised down the number of fish thought to have died near the NSW-Victorian border a week after another mass fish death event in the state’s far west caused outrage across the country.
Food and drink at the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo is always a foodie’s delight and 2019 will be no different.
Joe Vraca’s big hands reached out to many people in his lifetime, and last week the community returned his generosity with an embrace of its own.
Those who knew Rod Harmer would say he was a true gentleman who maintained respect, honesty and kindness wherever he went.
Deer numbers in north-east Victoria have exploded in recent years as humans and deer compete for space and resources in the region.
While 2018 will be remembered for below average rainfall, the smallest winter crop for a decade on the east coast, record high wool and lamb prices plus high feed costs, 2019’s main players will be rainfall, horticulture exports and milk production.
When you think of a blueberry farm, an off-the-grid, sustainably-powered operation isn’t usually what springs to mind.
HOLIDAY-MAKERS in Echuca-Moama have been left with a bad taste in their mouth as gastro continues to sweep through caravan and holiday parks along the Murray River.
A search has resumed for former Shepparton mother Felicity Shadbolt, who went missing while bushwalking in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
The principal of Shepparton’s new ‘‘super school’’ has been appointed.