from - AUSTRALIAN farmers have more money stashed away in savings accounts designed exclusively for them - over $4.6b - than ever before.

from - ADELAIDE-based commodity manager Lachlan Allen has been awarded a unique grains industry scholarship by GTA and Nuffield Australia.commodity manager nuffield

from - GRASSFED beef represents a growing niche market for Aus exports into large US market, where lamb and beef sales have surged significantly.

from - THE stars are aligning for rural real estate right across NSW. Prices for premium properties are skyrocketing and experts tip that confidence will flow into all sectors of the market.

from - TRADE Minister Andrew Robb has been cautioned against delivering poor outcomes for Australian agriculture and farmers during TPP negotiations.australian agriculture andrew robb andrew robb

from - DEMAND for WA sheepmeat is growing faster than supply can meet it, according to Department of Agriculture and Food senior research officer Kimbal Curtis.sheepmeat department of agriculture and food

from - The AFL must address sickening and dehumanising abuse in the interests of justice, player safety and legacy.comment

from - The news that Adam Goodes may retire as a result of the racism he has had to endure is devastating ("Goodes considers retirement over booing", July ...adam goodes racism bruce spence alan jones lewis jetta racists war dance boos afl booing

from - Wood said the show creates enough controversy on it's own without him trying to add to it.the bachelor season two australian bachelor channel ten the bachelor sam wood bachelo new season bachelor bachie sam wood

from - One of Sydney's highest-profile nightspots, Hugos Lounge in Kings Cross, is set to close after being placed into voluntary administration on Wednesday.dave evans liquor laws sydney nightlife hugos lounge nightlife kings cross bars and pubs pete evans lockout laws lockouts

from - Sydney Swans champion Adam Goodes will not play this weekend against Adelaide, the club announced on Wednesday.adam goodes sydney swans afl goodes

from - The mother of the teenager who racially vilified Adam Goodes has called for fans not to boo the Sydney champion but claimed he is to blame for the negative ...adam goodes lewis jetta war dance ape indigenous race booing

from - It was billed as a showdown between two of Parliament's biggest warriors in the same-sex marriage debate. In the left corner was Penny Wong. In the right was ...penny wong press club cory bernardi same-sex marriage debate marriage equality national press club

from - Can you recall any player, in any code, being subjected to such a sustained campaign of intimidation in Australian sport?adam goodes booed adam goodes booing adam goodes adam goodes racism sam de brito sam de brito australian sport

from - ANGUS cattle have helped the Hunter Valley's Mackenzie family meet a range of domestic markets.

from - VICTORIAN slaughter cattle are expected to leave Australian shores within four months under the pioneering cattle deal with China.

from - GRAIN marketing, storage and logistics group Emerald Grain is rebranding its local grain accumulation businesses.

from - Labor senator and Olympic gold medallist Nova Peris says Swans star Adam Goodes is speaking up for Indigenous people by telling his story and condemned swans afl news political news peris

from - THE newly minted US-Iran nuclear deal will deliver an avalanche of trade for Western businesses, predicts the boss of Australian ag giant Sunrice.

from -  Bronwyn Bishop says she will not be resigning despite signs she is losing support within the cabinet.parliament sophie mirabella weddings resign entitlements bill shorten tony burke bronwyn bishop speaker choppergate

from - IT IS India's time to shine in world grain markets, according to Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) international guest speaker.agic

from - Radio presenter Alan Jones has unleashed on Sydney Swans star Adam Goodes on national television, saying the champion footballer always "plays the ...adam goodes booing crowd racist alan jones alan jones racicst adam goodes sunrise alan jones adam goodes get back to the zoo crowds boo adam goodes sydney swans radio presenter

from - VICTORIAN small producers have cautiously welcomed a review into the state's meat and seafood regulator, PrimeSafe.welcomed a meat producers

from - NFF president Brent Finlay wants Australian negotiators to aim high and enhance outcomes for ag exports when talks recommence on the TPP this week.

from - A CURRENT bill before the New South Wales Parliament proposes to end the use of sow stalls, and if passed will become Australia's second ban.

from - It was about time someone called the booing of the brilliant indigenous footballer, Adam Goodes, what it is – an act of racism ("Booing of Goodes ...adam goodes racism swans racist lewis jetta louis nowra aboriginal boos pridham opposition fans

from - A senior British peer said on Tuesday he was leaving the House of Lords after a newspaper published a video which it said showed him using cocaine and ...lord sewel john sewel house of lords britain

from - It is now necessary for the presidents, coaches and captains of all 18 AFL clubs to condemn the booing of Adam Goodes and demand that it stop.goodes booing adam goodes booing adam goodes sydney swans

from - A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush ...saif gaddafi libya gaddafi

from - "My wife and I have lived in Australia for 50 and 45 years respectively, both having migrated from UK," writes Mike Flavell, of Blaxland.column 8 blaxland blaxland

from - Cat owners who live near areas containing threatened species could be banned from allowing their pets outdoors as the federal government sets its sights on ...rspca native animals domestic cats feral cats cat confinement threatened species cat containment

from - Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has been accused of crying "crocodile tears" over the approval of the giant Shenhua coal project planned for the ...shenhua nsw barnaby joyce abbott government watermark coal crocodile tears

from - Hopes of a breakthrough on same-sex marriage before Christmas appear to have dimmed as Liberals line up to deny a free vote because granting it would amount to ...political news

from - BULLS sold to a top of $10,000 and averaged $5125 at the annual on-property Eastern Plains Angus sale at Eastern Plains, Guyra, on Tuesday.

from - If Premier Daniel Andrews thinks his troubles are over with the sacking of Adem Somyurek, he is wrong.victoria if premier daniel andrews

from - In a coup for the dairy industry, senior farmhands have been recognised as skilled workers and are now, for the first time, eligible for 457 visas.457 visa

from - More than 100 customers of a cash-strapped travel agency have reported losses totalling $409,000, WA's Consumer Protection says.consumer protection sky air services losses fremantle

from - We've barely had a chance to properly digest last night's MasterChef finale, and we're already about to be bombarded with two new cooking and radio hotplate

from - A NEW report published by the Garvan Institute of Medical Research aims to better understand the health issues facing rural and regional populations.agic garvan institute of medical research

from - AUSTRALIAN grain stocks are extremely tight, particularly on the east coast, which means local prices could remain volatile until harvest.agic local prices

from - THE Viterra grains handling group, owned by Swiss commodities and mining giant Glencore, is rationalising its property holdings in Adelaide.

from - NEW YORK. It is the toughest diplomatic test Julie Bishop has faced as Foreign Minister - and the next chapter is about to get under way at United Nations ...julie bishop vladimir putin un mh17 new york united nations

from - GETTING 58 shareholders on board for the sale of 11 million hectares of cattle stations was never going to be easy.

from - BIDDING reached a top of $15,000 at the Dulverton Angus bull sale at Shannon Vale Station, Glen Innes, on Monday.glen innes sales reports angus bull sale angus bull angus bull glen innes dulverton

from - A young woman who went into cardiac arrest during a cosmetic surgery procedure in Sydney appears likely to have been given an overdose of local ...breast enhancement cosmetic surgery cosmetic institute plastic surgery breast enlargement

from - CHINA will be able to apply tariffs on some imported fresh and frozen beef when imports reach a trigger point embedded in the China-Australia FTA.

from - RESISTANCE from a stubborn Canada and protectionist Malaysia is emerging as the biggest hurdle ahead of a crucial Trans-Pacific Partnership meeting starting in Hawaii today.tpp deal

from - REDUCING feed costs is the backbone of Paul and Jo Judge's pasture-based dairying operation, located in a traditional mixed rations region.pasture based

from - CUMMINS graingrower Jarrod Phelps supports the proposed EP infrastructure fund because it accounts for those who participate.

from - The singer-songwriter is adding the mantle of actor to his growing and radio music

from - BUSINESS profitability and success is not just based on favourable seasons and commodity prices – it’s about strategically focusing on the core business and identifying the key opportunities...key opportunities

from - Speaker Bronwyn Bishop is resisting mounting pressure to explain a taxpayer-funded trip to a colleague's wedding, despite some fellow Liberal MPs privately ...entitlements bronwyn bishop choppergate expenses speaker bronwyn bishop

from - Crew and participants in the SBS documentary Go Back To Where You Came From were ill-equipped and placed attv and radio sbs documentary

from - Australian basketball great and Canberra Capitals player Lauren Jackson is baffled by Liz Cambage's decision to skip a national team camp in favour of a lauren jackson australian opals liz cambage canberra capitals

from - A man has been car-jacked with a weapon in western Melbourne.victoria car jacked

from - A Canberra woman attacked by a wild pig while walking her parents' dog in Jerrabomberra has described the incident as "like something out of a horror ...nsw attack queanbeyan council jerrabomberra pig dog queanbeyan queanbeyan city council feral pig wild pig

from - With all the curing, spheres and jus on display in Sunday night's MasterChef semi-final, it's difficult to believe just six years ago some chicken skewers and tzatziki won the and radio

from - What would an England series be without conversations on the elemental and the elements? Tony Greig, his key and his weather wall were no more sadly missed ...darren lehmann edgbaston pitch ashes alastair cook tony greig

from - The Jehovah's Witness Church in Australia hid allegations of child sexual abuse involving more than 1000 of its members over a 60 year period, a royal ...royal commission jehovah's witnesses child sexual abuse

from - LAMB slaughter has kept pace with last year's record supply, forcing MLA to revise it's forecast to match the 2014 record.sheep markets

from - Scientists have successfully altered the neural networks of laboratory mice using a wireless controller.sci-tech neural networks wireless controller neural networks

from - WESTERN District stud principal Tom Silcock is undergoing dramatic trials on the family's property in a bid to lift production of their Merino flock while producing a premium wool product.

from - THERE is an iconic scene in the hit movie The Devil Wears Prada and has been used as the explanation behind Australian Wool Innovation's high-end marketing campaign.

from - A horror crash in the north of France has left six people seriously injured when the bus in which they were travelling slammed into a low

from - It was the most emotional moment of a momentous day at the Labor Party national conference and Senator Penny Wong fought back tears.marriage equality labor party national conference penny wong senator penny wong same sex marriage debate the labor party the labor party

from - A theory that communist rule in China has started to collapse is wrong, former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd said.south china sea kevin rudd china communist communist rule in china australian prime minister kevin rudd

from - Chris Bath's public farewell from Channel Seven on Sunday was, as these things go, a fairly low key and radio celebrity channel seven chris bath channel seven low-key affair

from - PLANS are under way to boost pork production in the Northern Rivers, capitalising on the region's clean and green image.

from - AUSTRALIAN value-adding businesses have a new leg-up into domestic and export markets with an 'online dating' system for system dating system

from - THE theme for this year’s national farm safety week was “safe farms equal better productivity”.agriculture machinery national farm safety

from - Police have arrested 11 villagers over the murder of a 10-year-old boy in southwestern Nepal, in what authorities are calling a case of human sacrifice.shaman healer jivan kohar shaman nawalparasi nal prasad upadhyaya jeevan kohar human sacrifice kudiya nepal

from - Sydney chairman Andrew Pridham says the booing by rival supporters of Adam Goodes is "100 per cent racist", and anyone who allows the jeering to ...adam goodes sydney swans west coast round 17 lewis jetta indigenous war dance afl

from - A surfer who watched her friend bleed to death after being bitten by a shark says she is "scared shitless" to paddle out into the surf, following an ...shark attack ballina nsw north coast shark great white sharks ballina sharks ballina beach closed angie takanami tadashi nakahara great white shark attacks nsw scared shitless