Victoria has recorded no new local COVID-19 cases overnight despite dozens of close contacts being ordered to isolate.
The federal government has secured a deal for 25 million doses of the Moderna vaccine, with the first shipment set to arrive in Australia later this year.
Israeli planes have destroyed another high-rise building in Gaza that was said to have been used by Palestinian militants as hostilities escalate.
Nidal al-Mughrabi and Jeffrey Heller
But at a total cost nearing six figures, she is concerned they will not be able to afford to bring them back for next harvest.
It will be another seven weeks before growers who lost critical labour when a flight of 140 farm workers was cancelled have the help they were banking on for harvest.
A stalwart of WA’s dairy industry will lend his voice to an upcoming review of the nation’s dairy service levy, off the back of a turbulent few years for farmers.
EXCLUSIVE, Shannon Verhagen
WA beef producers have proven they are a force to be reckoned with, taking top honours and a suite of top-five spots in a national competition showcasing the best beef in Australia.
WA’s biggest pork producer has been given the green light to build an artificial insemination centre at Bullsbrook, but animal activists are putting up a fight.
The State Government laid the charges against an Aboriginal corporation and its former chief executive after hundreds of cattle perished on Noonkanbah Station in late 2018.
Ord Valley farmers have formalised their bid to expand the region’s cotton industry through the establishment of a new private company to lead the construction and operation of a Kununurra cotton gin.
A 4000km journey to buy seeding gear has ended and the cropping season has started for father and son Paul and Connor Baker, who are farming together for the first time.
At just 28 years of age, Andrew Cosgrove is continuing a family tradition as he dedicates energy and commitment to the task of organising the 2021 McIntosh & Son Mingenew Midwest Expo.
Tractors are red, the sky is blue, subsoil moisture levels are sweet and there’s a good crew of Year 12s seeding crops at WA College of Agriculture — Morawa this year.
Australian feed barley is finding favour with Thai feedlots with new figures showing the country imported a record 800,102 tonnes from Aussie farmers last marketing year.
A Wheatbelt cardiologist with hundreds of farming patients across the region has been named the Joint Specialist of the Year at the WA Rural Health Awards.
The State Government has denied access to a quarantine bin near Laverton was ever blocked by roadworks after concerns were raised the State’s $10 billion agriculture industry was being put at risk.
A $2.6 billion outbreak of African swine fever has prompted the declaration of a 12-month nationwide 'state of calamity' in the Philippines.
The charges are understood to involve cattle that arrived at the Kimberley Meat Co abattoir — owned by Yeeda — with ingrown horns.
Two people at the centre of an alleged cattle rustling syndicate face further charges.
As the Treasurer heads to the dispatch box in the House of Representatives chamber this afternoon, there will be a hopeful message to sell about the future.
Lanai ScarrFederal Political Editor
A $1.2 billion provision for Roe 8 and 9 will remain in the Budget despite the McGowan Government’s landslide election victory handing WA Labor the power to permanently delete the road reserve.
After six days of deliberating, the jury in Jack de Belin’s trial has come to a unanimous verdict on one of the six charges the NRL star is facing.
Carnamah council unanimously voted to fund paints and to allow Carnamah District High School and Eneabba Primary School students to create a mural which will be digitally displayed in Yagan Square.
Elise Van Aken
Canola plantings have increased by more than a third this year, as farmers rejoice in an excellent start to the growing season.
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