LIFE on a million-acre cattle station in the remote East Kimberley has always come with its share of challenges and celebration for Jo Struber.
JIMMY Cuthers is a larrikin so when he tells you he learnt to shear in jail; you’re forgiven for wondering if he’s jesting.
IF YOU’VE noticed a slightly northern flavour to the Rural Weekly lately then it’s time I made a confession.
IF YOU have ever considered taking your degree and heading to the back of beyond there is something you must read first.
THIS is a Territory love story.
WHEN Veronica and Dan Laffy started turning their Dalby cultivation country back to organic to describe their business approach, they knew it was a gamble.
SMOKO, for those unfamiliar with the informal, outback Aussie term, is a noun defined as “a rest from work for a smoke, or tea break.
WHEN Ian Retallack lost his mum to cancer, he found himself on a journey – quite literally – in an emotive bid to save others from similar heartbreak.
IT STARTED tragically when a farmer from a drought-stricken property took his own life after shooting his starving cattle.
WHEN it comes to equality, 17-year-old Abbey Godwin- Smith believes women in agriculture rarely got the recognition they deserved.