Eleven young innovators across Australia's primary industries, including one young researcher whose ideas could have a global impact on honeybee populations, each received a share in grant funding to help them continue their cutting edge work.
Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Anne Ruston has welcomed the upgrade of the Adelaide Hills Hawks Football Club facilities thanks to a $150,000 funding promise fulfilled by the Turnbull Government.
The 2017-18 season for Australia’s Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery (ETBF) starts today, with increased catch limits.
Tectonic geography of the world's oldest petroleum play, the McArthur Basin, is among 11 ground-breaking
research projects now possible across the country after the Turnbull Government announced an additional
$4.9 million of funding today.
Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Senator Anne Ruston, today met with Australian Sustainable Hardwoods and Australian Paper to re-affirm the Turnbull Government's strong support for jobs and Regional Forest Agreements (RFAs).
Media Release: Australian and Queensland governments working together to respond to white spot outbreak
The Commonwealth and Queensland governments today reaffirmed their shared commitment to support prawn farmers impacted by White Spot virus and pledged to continue to work together to eradicate the disease.
The Australian Government has today announced its response to the independent review of the Horticulture Code of Conduct, which will see a range of improvements put in place to address key concerns and ensure the ongoing sustainability and productivity of Australian horticulture.
A new bycatch device has delivered impressive results that will improve the sustainability of fishing operations of wild catch prawns in Australia’s Northern Prawn Fishery.
Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Senator Anne Ruston, toured the Logan River area, recently affected by the outbreak of white spot disease in prawns in Queensland today.
The East Gippsland Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) has been extended until 27 March 2018, allowing existing protections to continue while the RFA five-yearly reviews are underway.