ABC Rural News
November 16th
Australian woolgrowers have gone against their research body's recommendation, ushering in a 1.5 per cent levy in what was the closest vote in the poll's history.
November 16th
An industry analyst says a decision by China to stop accepting Australian coal ships until at least the new year is sending a tidal wave of concern through the Hunter Valley.
November 15th
Thunderstorms and lightning 'striking all over the place' roll through the Wheatbelt, sparking fires that tore through grain crops — and locals say it could have been even worse.
November 15th
Fly fisher Greg French has been coming to Lake Malbena in Tasmania's World Heritage Area for 40 years, now a friend he introduced to the spot is proposing to build a luxury fly-in-fly-out retreat on the site.
November 15th
With farmers and sugar millers facing financial ruin, the Australian Government is pursuing India over export subsidies that have led to a plunge in global sugar prices.
November 15th
A Norwegian company that plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight has prompted fisheries to renew calls for a probe into a practice they say could damage their businesses.