Coulton's Country: Ekka highlights
WHAT event in the year triggers you to think how quickly the past twelve months have gone by?
Coulton's Country: animal joy
I READ a quote this week that said, “I never lose. Either I win or I learn”.
Coulton's Country: meet the team
AS I approach my six-year anniversary at QCL, I've taken a moment to pause and reflect on the dedicated staff I work with.
Coulton's Country: smiles at Beef
BEEF Australia 2015 is done and dusted for another three years and has left those who attended with plenty of memories.
Meeting people and being inspired
THROUGHOUT Queensland I have travelled along many rural and remote roads and ventured up and down countless highways.
Coulton's Country: Marcia's devastation
SARAH Coulton reflects on the devastation Tropical Cyclone Marcia has left behind and how it will affect producers.
Coulton's Country: Reflections
SARAH COULTON reflects on her five and a half years working as a photographer for Queensland Country Life.
Coulton's Country: Merry Christmas
I WOULD like to take a moment to wish all my friends, followers and visitors to Coulton’s Country a very Merry Christmas.
Coulton's Country: Maleny Dairies
HAVE you driven through the Sunshine Coast Hinterland? What a glorious place it is.
Coulton's Country: St Mary's Crackers
IF you have been to any agricultural shows this year then chances are you have seen The Crack Up Sisters.
Coulton's Country: Ekka
THE Brisbane Royal Show is one of our main events that we cover each year and compared with many I am still a spring chicken when it comes to the Ekka.
Showing the brighter side
THESE days it seems that everyone knows someone who has had or is in the midst of some kind of cancer battle.
The kids of the bush
THEY say you can take the girl out of the country but you can’t take the country out of the girl - and I for one can vouch for that.
Little rays of sunshine
CHILDREN have an ability to make people smile and bush kids especially have a knack of always brightening up my day.
A CQ state of mind
WHO wouldn’t want my job? A trip around Central Queensland to photograph the people and places was such a highlight for me.
An amazing Endeavour
FROM an early age I have had the mindset that people with special needs have more love in their little finger than we do in our whole bodies.
Putting a name to the face
WHILE travelling around this great big state I have met some characters - these are are some of those memorable pics which turn total strangers into something more.
Behind the scenes up north
QUEENSLAND Country Life photographer Sarah Coulton invites you to take a look at the countryside with her from behind the lens.

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The Minister of Ag can use WA's Gene Technology Act 2006 to manage GM & GM-free crops for market
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