Producers describe plans for a new abattoir near Port Pirie as a "complete game changer" for pastoralists, saving them thousands in freight costs.
The Country Women's Association wants politicians to be better behaved in the wake of sex scandals that have engulfed the political year.
The head of a rural women's group warns remote workplaces are producing "horrific" cases of sexual harassment and assault — but corporations aren't paying attention to the issue.
Controversial Australian Wool Innovation chairman Wal Merriman resigns, saying he is proud of what has been achieved during his tenure.
How female-friendly are informal networking events, during one of the world's largest mining conferences, where the wine and beer is served by topless waitresses?
It's a a small plot but a big scheme — welcome to Engonnia, where an outback horticultural venture is changing lives.
The beef sector's contribution to Farm Management Deposits has skyrocketed by 50 per cent in the last three years in anticipation for tough times.
The first female chief executive of the Northern Territory Cattleman's Association steps down today having spent four years in the pivotal role.
There is a shake-up going on in the north Australian cattle industry, with the masculine image of cowboys and stockmen fast being replaced by young ambitious and talented women.