THE state government and industry are working together to ensure the continual supply of juvenile Pacific oysters (spat) and help safeguard an industry worth $32million a year.
AUSTRALIAN agriculture — like all industries — is engaged in fierce competition for the best and brightest. Attracting and retaining great people is the key to ensuring a bright, profitable future for the sector.
WITH farmers and truck drivers working long hours to get this season’s crop off, it is a timely reminder to manage fatigue.
HIGH rainfall across South Australia in the past year has been a mixed blessing for the state’s farmers, according to the latest BankSA Rural Price Index.
I READ with interest the article about the closure of small schools (Sunday Mail 4-12-16).
THE recent round of reduced bag limits shows all too clearly the state government is not fit to govern. Especially infuriating is reducing the recreational bag limit for blue swimmer crabs but significantly upping the commercial take.
INTERNATIONAL Volunteer Day (December 5) was a time for us to reflect on the immense contribution volunteers make to our society and thank them for all they do.
WOW, the new Kadina playground sounds cool! I love the ideas being proposed.
Driver escapes after truck catches alight
A MAN has been treated for burns after the truck he was driving caught alight about 9.20am yesterday (Monday, December 12).