He's not about to give up his day job of breeding top quality Droughtmaster bulls and Merino sheep but Winton's Luke Carrington can now add photographer to his resume.
Cameraderie, mateship, call it what you will - it's the ingredient that keeps men like Steve Eussen and Greg Hefferan coming back for more torture at the wheels of their bicycles every two years.
For someone who proclaims happily that she walks her dog by driving beside her, the sum of 128 kilometres beside Nicole Morris's name on The Long run webpage speaks volumes.
The planting of six desert quandong trees marks a big step forward for the St George Bush Tucker Garden.
The Southport School has named an old boy with links to Emerald in central Queensland as its ninth headmaster.
For the town of Einasleigh, five hours south west of Cairns, having mobile service will be a game-changer.
Listen to Episode 2 of the Voice of Real Australia podcast: Business in Canberra's Majura Valley is tough for ACT farmers with short term leases, lapses and a lack of security for bank loans
A 'VIRTUAL classroom' has been a mainstay of Meat & Livestock Australia's school education program for a number of years but its use has spiked in recent months
Each episode Voice of Real Australia the podcast brings you people, places and perspectives from beyond the big cities. This week: Coal-ash opportunities in Lake Macquarie, a tour of Dimboola and a COVID-19 children's book.