Centre Alliance Senator Rex Patrick says the Federal Government's legal advice that disputes a royal commission finding that parts of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan were unlawful should not be "cloak and dagger stuff" and calls for its release.
Environmentalists frequently talk about deforestation in terms of how many "soccer pitches" are logged. But what if you measure it by MCGs?
There are only a few weeks left to buy mangoes at the supermarket before the bumper national harvest ends, with growers producing in excess of 10 million trays.
The Australian Government's commodity forecaster has confirmed what eastern seaboard farmers know all too well — that grain production in 2018 was disastrous.
Australian woolgrowers are set to benefit from the suspension of wool exports from South Africa to China due to an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease.
"Excess" upstream irrigation, drought and water releases from the Menindee Lakes created the perfect storm that led to the ecologically disastrous fish kills over summer, a review by the Academy of Science finds.
As Queenslanders continue to deal with the fallout of unprecedented flooding, we take a look at the stories of resilience to emerge from the state's natural disaster.
Shrinking herds, online auctions and the centralisation of farms mean many small saleyards, such as the loss-making Millicent venue, face dwindling visitors and sales.
Parts of flood-ravaged Queensland will take years to rebuild, Scott Morrison warns as the state's Deputy Premier declares all insurance claims will be assessed.