The Prime Minister has welcomed the release of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority’s “Basin-wide Review of Compliance with State and Federal water laws”.
A critical step towards delivering a key element of the Coalition Government's Dairy Support Package was taken today, with a provider engaged to implement the Commodity Milk Price Index.
Australia’s single most important industry is today getting the recognition it deserves with the establishment and celebration of National Agriculture Day.
Australia’s growing native food sector has been supported in its push to export more of its produce overseas, with an almost $400,000 investment from the Australian Government.
Rural research and development has delivered Australia’s tree crop industry a new online tool which will enable quicker and more targeted biosecurity and disaster planning and responses.
The Australian Government has today tabled a legislative amendment to the Murray–Darling Basin Plan as recommended by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority, to strike a better balance between social, economic and environmental outcomes in the Northern Basin.
The national table grape, citrus and dried fruit industries are set to benefit from the Australian Government’s $5 million Leadership in Agricultural Industries Fund.
Riverland fruit growers are set to cash in on exports following China’s agreement to a range of protocols enabling greater market access, including recognition of the region’s fruit fly free status.
Record wood product exports worth $3.4 billion and a record log harvest of 33 million cubic metres valued at $2.5 billion were the highlights of a great year for Australia’s forestry sector in 2016-17.
Students and staff at King’s Baptist Grammar School in South Australia will have full use of Friendship House, a new two storey building for the Junior Primary School which houses nine general learning areas, a visual arts area, a computing area, a music room and administration area thanks to funding from the Turnbull Government.