Taiwan claims it would be a more sensible trading partner than mainland China.
Colour-coded lists were used by government MPs in a controversial $1.38 billion million regional grants program
Regional councils already feeling the effects of climate change have joined a nationwide call for ambitious federal government targets ahead of the United Nations climate summit.
Jackie Jarvis spoke to Farm Weekly journalist Bree Swift about her journey so far, which is testament to the fact that, sometimes if you work hard enough, you can have it all.
The pandemic has been a tough time for ag field day organisers, with hundreds of shows worth billions of dollars cancelled.
Discontent is brewing in the southern branches of the Nationals, which may work in the favour of independent candidates come election time.
Farmers made a major contribution to meeting the Kyoto target, but in doing so were the victims of land clearing legislation that removed their property rights without compensation.
It gives farmers the opportunity to turn a totally unproductive area into a conservation area and get paid for doing so.
Farmers have warned the government not to scrap the 88-day rural requirement for working holiday makers in its trade negotiations with the European Union.