A live export ship turned back from the Middle East has returned to port to offload thousands of sheep and cattle on board for five-and-a-half weeks.
A live-export ship turned back from the Middle East has returned to port to offload thousands of sheep and cattle on board for five-and-a-half weeks.
The Albanese government announced $91.8 million in funding for disaster resilience support in the region but it won't help those affected by recent cyclones.
The federal government has rejected an application to send a stranded live export ship with thousands of sheep and cattle on board back to the Middle East.
A former federal minister will lead a review into the supermarket sector as claims intensify of price gouging by big chains during a cost-of-living crisis.
The world's largest meat processor's local subsidiary has been fined $300,000 after a worker was struck by falling hay bales.
The new chief of Qantas has apologised to Australians for poor service as a Senate inquiry was told the airline had acted like it was "above the law".
High farmgate prices are driving positivity in the dairy industry but not all farmers share the optimism.
The leaders of two outback Queensland towns will meet with the prime minister over help to repair their flood-ravaged far north communities.
An independent panel will review how and when live sheep exports should be phased out, as questions linger over compensation for farmers.
Farmers in flood-affected regions are rebuilding infrastructure, despite weak harvests, lost pastures and rapidly deteriorating roads.
A report by two conservation groups says Queensland beef farmers cleared about 1.53 million hectares of land to create pastures between 2014 and 2019.
Residents in four states have been put on alert for wild weather, which could cause more problems in flood-affected communities.
The federal government has proposed new limits to protect Australian farms from being further contaminated with so-called forever chemicals.
A study of unintentional farm deaths across Australia shows older men are more likely to have fatal accidents, with vehicles and machines the biggest risks.
The state will recruit biosecurity officers to prepare the livestock industry for disease risks as Australia strives to remain foot and mouth disease-free.
Tiny nano-particles are providing a promising new method to protect sheep against deadly flystrike, according to University of Queensland researchers.
The latest quarterly consumer price index shows food prices have experienced their largest inflation rise in more than 10 years.
Cattle tagging research is being used to help lessen the impact of calf mortality rates, a significant issue across northern Australia.
Many in flooded communities in NSW and Queensland are choosing to count their blessings and look for ways to help their neighbours
Warrnambool-based meat processor Midfield Meats has been fined $400,000 in connection with the death of stockman Patrick Smith in December 2017.