Fireweed lives up to its name, as it ignites the passions of NSW landholders spending thousands of dollars a year to control the exotic weed that can kill livestock.
From the paddock to the beach - Western Australian dairy cows take a dip in the salty south-west sea.
African lovegrass is spreading through Canberra's suburbs. Your help is needed in controlling the weed.
While fencing remains one of the biggest concerns around central Queensland, graziers say in the long term pasture regrowth could take years.
Chickens, cows and gardens are just some of the diverse subjects for budding rural artists. Join the crowds at the annual show in Bega to see the talents and humour of photographers and painters of all ages.
Base metal copper is catching up to its precious metal cousins gold and silver as a currency hedge as prices hit all time highs.
Incoming chairman of the Murray Darling Basin Authority Craig Knowles says he has been very busy in recent weeks, meeting with ministers, environmental groups, irrigators and other stakeholders, to get a thorough understanding of the current situation.
Lucerne seed crops in the south east of SA could yield as low as half what they did last year.
Money stops a drought, not just rain. Green paddocks and rainy skies aren't the usual images of drought, but that is the reality in a cash drought and a green drought. Ironically farmers in south-east NSW are dealing with empty bank accounts and empty paddocks as their dams fill after a decade of drought.
Four German tourists got a bit closer to some Australian wildlife than they would have like when they found and then lost a snake in their car.
North Queensland graziers who have missed out on new cyclone relief measures say they're feeling more confident assistance may be extended to them.
Four-wheel-drives are being filled with toys, lots and lots of toys. These toys have a very special job: they belong to a group of remote childcare workers who visit kids on far away properties all across Australia.
The floodwaters that inundated so much of Queensland have also affected farmers further south in New South Wales. One inspiring program shows that there are many lessons that can be learned from natural disasters.
Farm lobby groups are gathering ammunition to fight the new travel allowance for shearers. Up to $100 a day extra before the shearer's picked up the handpiece?
Monaro is one of the more interesting seats in what could be an ugly election result for Labor in NSW. Meet the candidates.
Debt collectors and court action have been too much for some rural ratepayers. One hobby farmer has drawn up a petition against the Livestock Health and Pest Authority. Will it become an election issue in NSW?
Growers in the Sunraysia region have made a desperate plea for the state government to help them through what many say is the worst disaster they have faced.