AT FIRST blush, Barry O’Sullivan does not appear to be your average politician.
ONE of the highest priorities for some of agriculture’s big hitters for next year is something they can’t deliver – rain.
LAST week I had what has become an annual check up for skin cancer.
DESPITE some industry concerns over a diplomatic wrangle between Australia and Indonesia, it is business as usual for the Australian Livestock Exporters Council.
BRENT Finlay was never prepared to sit back and whinge about how bad things were on the land.
FOR Andreas Glanznig, one man’s poison is another man’s antidote.
RESILIENT infrastructure and biosecurity systems are two of the key ingredients needed if Australia is to meet its potential as a global food supplier.
FARMERS and other rural residents pride themselves on helping each other out in a crisis.
THE bus driver was waiting for another couple of passengers when he spotted a young bloke with a “Red & Ready” backpack and took off up the escalator after him.
THE horticulture industry hopes moves by the supermarket giants has signalled an end to the race to the bottom on prices and a new emphasis on fresh produce.