Many metropolitan business have got cooperatives down to a fine art, but it's in the bush that the business model can have a real and lasting impact.
The Federal Court has approved a settlement reached between Murray Goulburn and the ACCC which will see its former managing director hit with a $200,000 fine.
A Chinese investment company buys two of the Northern Territory's biggest watermelon farms in what is one of the NT's most significant horticultural property transactions.
Commercial fishers say it is a case of 'Big Brother gone too far' as the Queensland Government pushes ahead with plans to implement 'real time' tracking devices.
An African sheep breed which calls the Kalahari desert home is proving its worth to a growing number of Australia's drought-stricken graziers.
Hundreds of people, including dozens of protestors, turn out to a meeting in Mudgee to have their say on the Kepco mine, which is expected to generate more than 6.5 million tonnes of coal per year.
The new owner of a Northern Territory station is looking to sow pastures and run more cattle, but growing cotton is another possibility.
Low prices and exorbitant production costs have sent many Australian piggeries to the wall. Those remaining are in survival mode, and most growers say it has never been tougher.
Indian sandalwood company Quintis emerges from administration as a private company after a $145 million cash injection from its creditors.
Chinese nationals are buying Australian vineyards and wineries at unprecedented levels, with up to 10 per cent of the iconic Barossa Valley now in Chinese hands.