Exploited Bundaberg workers 'at soup kitchens'

DESPERATE backpackers in Bundaberg are being forced to line up at soup kitchens to get a meal because dodgy labour hire companies are ripping them off.

Saleyard stalemate has been broken

Richmond Valley Council is proposing to halve the new agents business usage fee in order to resume cattle sales at the Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange, Casino.

Casino saleyards will start trading again tomorrow

JOBS CRISIS: 'We won't be propped up'

TEAM EFFORT: Jim Madden MP, with Minister Grace Grace, Churchill Abattoir director Barry Moule, Jen Howard MP and Mayor Antoniolli .

'We won't be propped up'

'Devastating': $20m worth of contracts cancelled in Ipswich

Ipswich Steggles poultry processing facility at Wulkuraka will be closing.

Additional job losses will also come further down the supply chain

$1.8M move signals future of Rocky agricultural hub

BIG MOVE: Elders will be moving into the complex currently under construction on the corner of Stanley and Alma Streets.

Steel skeleton of massive new warehouse springs up in prominent spot

Dangerous military actions have CQ graziers fearing fatality

GROWING CONCERN: Neil Farmer (pictured with wife Clare and daughter Annabelle on their property outside Yaamba) is one of a number of graziers concerned with the low-level flying planned as part of Operation Wallaby. ABOVE: This map shows the number of properties that have lodged a no-fly application.

Dozens of graziers take on Aus Defence Force over dangerous flights

Record week for Bundaberg Sugar Mills

TOP SHOT: Tanya Cefai submitted this amazing cane fire shot the same week the Bundaberg Sugar mills hit a weekly record.

Sugar records broken at mills