Items filtered by date: November 2019
YORKE Peninsula artists Marie Parsons, Allyson Parsons, and Henry Cockington have opened their Three Generations exhibition in the heart of Adelaide at Centennial Park.
AROUND the country, farmers were recognised for their important contributions to the economy and society on National Agriculture Day last Thursday, November 21.
THE Charities and Not-for-profits Commission to strip Aussie Farms — the group helping animal rights activists harass farmers via an online map — of its charitable status.
FARMERS have welcomed the endorsement by Australia’s agriculture ministers of a national strategy for climate change and agriculture.
Advertising Promotion: Vater Machinery
THE RoGator C Series from Croplands has changed the game in professional-grade spray application.
USUALLY when a bushfire starts, our journalists call the local CFS group officer and ask how we can attend safely, and without impeding the firefighting effort.
LAST week, Rhiannon Koch discussed Days of Our Lives, as the iconic soap opera faced possible cancellation.
THANKS to the CFS, SES and all the volunteers who have been fighting these awful bushfires in the Yorke Peninsula and other fires in those horrendous weather conditions.