Items filtered by date: July 2019
WITH ram sale season just around the corner, the time is right for commercial Merino breeders to complete a DNA Flock Profile.
FARMERS, agronomists and crop producers are encouraged to enter the National Grain and Fodder Innovation Awards as part of this year’s Royal Adelaide Show.
IT’S official. The 2019 Kernewek Lowender Cornish Festival has been confirmed as another great success.
WHILST not everyone appreciated Tom Gleeson’s foot-in-mouth jokes after he won the Gold Logie on Sunday night, a very popular and deserving winner was the Logie for Most Popular Children’s Program – Bluey.
A PUBLIC meeting was convened by the Coobowie Progress Association to hammer out the framework of a 10-year strategic plan for the town and to ensure its continued relevance in the future on June 24.
THE Marshall government is scheduled to reintroduce the flawed Mining Bill this week.
TO be or not to be? This is the question vexing the local Maitland Scout leaders at the moment.
URANIUM, as reports suggest, may be a renewable source as it can be extracted from sea water. Uranium extracted is continuously replenished through geological processes apparently.