- Toobeah farmers say they are being flooded out of business as the direct result of what they say are illegal structures constructed across the floodplain.
- Around 600 people flocked to the newly-redeveloped Bulloo Park to take part in the Q100 welcome home dinner to kickstart Quilpie’s centenary weekend.
- An appetite for risk mixed with business adaptability has enabled Australia’s largest live exporter of Wagyu cattle to keep pace with changing Japanese beef consumer demands.
- Herefords Australia CEO Dr Alex Ball warned board directors he was about to quit last month due to confidentiality concerns.
- Rural landholders say the ongoing, devastating drought is likely to have resulted in an increase in the amount of vegetation managed in the past year.
- Friends and family have come together to celebrate the 70th wedding anniversary of Charlie and May Randell, formerly of Crinum, Capella.
- New vegetation laws are a moral obligation to future generations says deputy premier Jackie Trad.
- Some of the Productivity Commission’s core recommendations on agricultural regulations won’t be supported by the federal government.
- The Cotton Research and Development Corporation (CRDC) is calling on cotton industry participants to apply to become a Nuffield scholar.
- Bureaucratic red tape is threatening to undermine the Longreach Regional Council’s $18m cluster fencing scheme and the wider exclusion fencing program around Queensland.
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