From sky-high water costs to prohibitively expensive livestock feed, new forecasts show how drought will impact Australia's exports and agricultural production.
One Nation senator Pauline Hanson is using the oft-rejected Bradfield Scheme as a condition of her support of the Government's tax cuts. Diverting floodwater from Queensland to drought affected areas sounds like a great idea, but is it all it's cracked up to be?
The Northern Territory cattle industry calls for freight subsidies as "emergency" destocking continues across the drought-stricken Barkly region.
Australia's new agriculture minister, Senator Bridget McKenzie, looks for practical ways to help farmers doing it tough during the drought.
As the water dries up in drought-affected Australia, so does the money that keeps many country towns afloat.
Major industrial operators in western NSW are being warned they will have their water allocations reduced within weeks as dam levels plummet.
Water levels in dams are dropping faster than they have in decades, according to new research by Sydney Water — edging Sydney closer to the re-introduction of water restrictions.
Asian demand for the humble yabby has boomed in the last decade, but a lack of dam-filling rainfall threatens to pull them from the menu.