Toyota's head-turning C-HR - an SUV with striking coupe-like styling, engaging driving dynamics and advanced cabin quality - will be launched in Australia in late February 2017.
The Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors (AIPC) specialises in providing high quality counsellor education, with a particular focus on highly supported external education.
The University of Queensland (UQ) has introduced an online study option for 2017 in the Bachelor of Equine Science and the Bachelor of Wildlife Science to enable students wherever they are located to study at their own pace.
With a rural family background and a strong interest in livestock and crop genetics, Emerald’s Meg McCosker was eager to undertake an agricultural education after high school, and felt a scholarship would give her the boost she needed to make the most of her studies.
The Australian Agricultural Company is a world leading producer of grass fed, grain fed and Wagyu beef, supplying high quality brands to premium Australian restaurants and to more than 20 countries around the world.
In 2002 Peter Hayes and his family decided to run their own privately owned company from the Churchill saleyards know as Hayes & Co Harrisville Pty Ltd. Peter had a vision to expand his business and ideas and make it a reality.
Brian Dawson Auctions Livestock and Property Marketing (BDA) is a family owned and operated business based in Rockhampton and have been offering their services to the CQ region and beyond for over a decade.
Central Queensland Livestock Exchange (CQLX), has seen another outstanding year of sales, with redevelopment continuing throughout the year and increasing the ease of use for producers, vendors, agents and staff.
Cattle producers in the Central Highlands and north-western Queensland contributed to a bumper year for the Emerald Saleyards.
While most global beef price indicators are easing as a result of growing global beef (and meat) production, Australian beef cattle prices, have been getting higher and higher, simply because the number of cattle available has fallen to a 20-year low.