A year like never before sees AWI revenue fall to one of largest in 20 years.
Urgently needed farm machinery imports continue to be delayed by months because of a log jam of container freight in Sydney
A 'pandemic-busting cash injection' for shows and field day events forced to cancel because of COVID-19 is now available.
An improved season will be a drag on some agricultural production earnings this year as producers rebuild after drought, withholding livestock from market
Australia's largest dairy show International Dairy Week is the latest event to be cancelled due to COVID-19.
Soldiers from Townsville's 3rd Brigade will deploy to Victoria and New South Wales this months to assist with the federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
After weeks of mounting concern, interstate boarding school students and their families have received the news they'd been hoping for, that they will be exempt from being made to quarantine when they return for the final term of school in Queensland.
At their peak, sales of certified organic lines jumped more than 50 per cent above normal monthly trends, and remain solid.
Latest data from the Tractor and Machinery Association shows that new tractor sales are still strong across most of Australia.