Top award for Toowoomba cotton researcher

Toowoomba-based QDAF researcher, Dr Paul Grundy, was named CSD Researcher of the Year at the 2017 Australian Cotton Industry Awards.

Toowoomba-based researcher wins prestigious award

Cowboy, 21, wakes from coma after horror hwy crash

Sophie said this photo best describes Angus Rigney as this was him in the NT.

Angus Rigney was involved in a crash after leaving Paradise Lagoons

Riders off to Richmond Rodeo this weekend

ROUGH RIDE: National Saddle Bronc Champion John McNamee will head to North Queensland to compete at the Richmond Rodeo on Saturday.

242 nominations for Richmond Rodeo, the third on the Northern Run

El Nino could be on the way to bring in a dry winter

In the meantime, rain is predicted on the Fraser Coast in the coming days.

'Blessing and a curse': 130 sugar cane farms inundated

Sugar cane growers on the Northern Rivers are moving staff and equipment to high ground.

Northern NSW sugar mills are evacuating staff and moving equipment.

Kalbar farms destroyed, cars washed off road

Emergency services spent the morning rescuing cars from flooded waterways.

Scenic Rim community counting losses as creeks burst banks

Veggie, grain producers preparing for crops to be destroyed

Farmers warn the aftermath 'may not be very pretty'

“It just looks like a bomb has hit this place.”

 Dave Mcinnerney inspects the damage to his motel at Shute Harbour, Airlie Beach on Wednesday (AAP Image/Dan Peled)

"The streets are flowing with water

Heaven sent: Dams fill up in days

Will Wilson and Jason Polzin.

GLADSTONE farmer would have left if deluge didn't arrive.

Family blessed with first decent rain in two years

Another 19mm at Clancella Downs, 20km south of Charters Towers, puts the March total above 100mm. They haven't cracked the triple digit monthly rainfall for two years.

Bring her down Huey: Family welcomes 100mm total.

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"Landmark" laws to protect NSW's biosecurity kick in

Laws call for community to tip-off authorities on biosecurity threats.

Do cows hang out with their best mates?

Do cows need more mates? Kym Patison, from CQUniversity, landed a $20,000 grant through a CSIRO Health and Biosecurity award to research the impacts of socialisation in cattle.

$20,000 to research socialisation in cattle.

Feeder and weaner show sale yards 4030 head

Values were well above prevailing rates of recent weeks at Emerald's Feeder and Weaner Show Sale.

Emerald sale successful for another year.

Shane's trading the car yard for the cattle yards

Abby, Shane and Narelle Edmistone.

Shane ready to run 4800ha property full-time

Meet the farmers supplying Coles with a new vegie

Growers are providing Coles with the goods

New fertiliser pellets a game changer

John Webster developed a revolutionary way of turning biosolids into dry pellets for fertiliser.

Asbestos technology re-purposed to improve fertiliser.

Competition watchdog takes dairy war past the farm gates

Murray Goulburn is facing a battle against the ACCC in the Federal Court.

Murray Goulburn is being taken to the Federal Court.

Former premier builds army of robots to help farmers

Former Premier Campbell Newman.

Robots could change the fabric of rural communities

Oakey Beef Exports

Tour of Oakey Beef Exports.

Labour licensing bill

Growcom chief advocate Rachel Mackenzie explaining the Queensland Government's...

Farmer From Down Under

Farmer From Down Under finds a new way to look at sewing.

Thieves caught having sex on boat

Caught on camera.

Amorous thieves steal moment of passion inside Cairns man’s boat.

Truck driver prevents schoolbus tragedy

Smoke from the braking truck engulfs the motorway as the school coach calmly drives away. Picture: Facebook. Source:Supplied

The truck and coach were inches from disaster on the M5 in Sydney.

Schapelle Corby on way back home

Schapelle Corby leaves the Prosecutors office in Denpasar a free woman. Picture: Nathan EdwardsSource:News Corp Australia

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has been freed by Bali authorities.