Tuesday, October 15, was a day that probably didn't have much significance to many people, but for about half of those working and living in rural and regional Western Australia and Australia, it was a special and important day.
A hairdresser from Manildra in central West NSW is also shearing some quality wool from the family's Merino flock.
For ten children who have had a loved one become an organ donor, an outback camp with peers who had gone through similar situations proved to be a truly unforgettable experience.
One of the greatest racehorses the bush, and Australia, has ever seen has now been recognised with a sculpture in her hometown of Blackall.
Telling the stories of rural and remote families is taking a step forward with the launch of a new podcast.