PBR competition heats up

Troy Wilkinson, on Tough Task at the PBR Cairns Invitational in 2016, has been riding well this year.

Troy Wilkinson is a bull rider to watch.

Stop nut imports to protect our crops: LNP

PEANUTS: A farmer inspects his peanut crop.

"The last thing Queensland needs is another exotic disease or pest”

She's a really 'cool cow' - and she's a winner

Oakwood Zone Out with Lauren Kelly, Oakwood Black Sable with Paul Forman and 2017 Miss Gympie Showgirl Wendy Ward.

Bundy cow Oakwood Black Sable takes out top gong at Gympie Show.

Joyce wants more agricultural pride from Queenslanders

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce speaking at the Rural Press Club in Brisbane.

Deputy PM shrugs off concerns on lack of funding for internet.

New ear tags could be future of ag industry

Engineer David Smith developed the Ceres Tag system to help farmers manage livestock and is now looking for investors to get behind the product.

Solar-powered tags provide range of livestock information.

19-year-old Kleier takes out Rocky leg of PBR

Aaron Kleier on Tenacious at the PBR bull riding event at the Great Western Hotel in Rockhampton.

Clermont's Aaron Kleier shines bright in Rocky.

Stud breeders unite to better serve northern producers

Barlyne Yandicoogina sold to Warrambie Station for $7250 at the Fitzroy Crossing Bull Sale.

Queenslander Cattle Breed Society preparing for Kimberley sale.

Art proves an enduring testament to friendship

The crew at Docker River finish off a slab under the frame of the Nissan hut. Lindsay Paddy is kneeling and using the wood float at far right.

Part two: Lindsay Paddy and family

Riders go the distance at endurance equestrian event

Gwen Bartolo riding to the finish line in the 120km at the Australian Endurance Riders Association event at Stirling's Crossing Equestrian Complex, Imbil.

Endurance riders compete for top honours.

Farmers more likely to employ new staff

Agri Index sees positivity levels in Queensland agriculture rise

Custard apple grower gets to the heart of the matter

Paul Thorne, from Oakey Mountain Fruits, said his orchard wouldn't have survived the last 30 years if it wasn't for the property's dam.

Small Brisbane farm's custard apples sought on world market.

Mark Colvin: Legendary ABC newsman has died

Australian journalist Peter Greste and Mark Colvin addressed audiences at the Sydney Opera House as part of the Festival of Dangerous Ideas. Mark Colvin has died aged 65 after a 20-year battle with auto immune disease

"Today we lost our beloved Mark," Colvin's family said.

Budget 2017: $75b plan to create more than 60,000 jobs

Mr Morrison is expected to commit to a surplus by 2021

Budget 2017: Inland rail's $8.4bn funding injection

The 'Steel Mississippi' has long been a National Party priority.

Federal Budget 2017: The winners and losers

Don't worry - ultimately we're all going to be losers together

Breeding best in beef for 90 years

Cootharaba Beef Genetics owners Ian and Anne Galloway

Galloway family reaches 90-year milestone with Cootharaba herefords.

Darling Downs producers continue with their winning steak

Stockyard marketing executive Sophie Kennedy with the trophy for Australia's best steak.

Stockyard wagyu crowned best steak in Australia

Girl, 4, helps save mum's life after RTV rollover

Georgia Ritter, 4, is credited with saving her mum's life after her buggy was involved in an accident in Bundook. Picture: Facebook Source:Supplied

Little hero Georgia Ritter phoned 000 back at home to get help

FEATURE: The NT's 'most influential person' Tracey Hayes

Tracey Hayes will step down from her role as NTCA CEO later this year.

Highlights from the role include leading a $600 million class action against the...

'We've got the best product in the world'

BEEF WEEK BOUND: Hiroyuki Sakai is a well-known Japanese Chef who specializes in French Cuisine and will be at the Beef Australia 2018 event in Rockhampton.

World renowned chefs to attend country's biggest beef event

Huge new mine project to hire 450 workers

The latest concept design for the Styx Coal Project near Ogmore, about 130km north of Rockhampton.

Miners to be sourced from Rockhampton region

17 great events coming soon to Lismore

Save the date - the next two months will see a packed calendar of events for Lismore

$9.2 million to help turn dung into dollars

Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce and Member for Page, Kevin Hogan announce funding under the Rural R&D for Profit Programme to look at ways the farming industry can benefit from using dung beetles.

It's a stinky new project that won't financially stink

My Smoko Break: The day-before cheesecake

A simple cheesecake for dessert.

You can't get a much easier cheesecake to make for dessert.

Police want cattle kept off major roads in wake of accidents

Police were on the scene on the New England Highway.

Collisions between cattle and two vehicles near Nobby

Two roads meet in Alice Springs

Renowned author talk of bizarre sightings near the Red Centre

Northern Australia Food Futures Conference takes top gong

Events and marketing co-ordinator Katie Connolly, events and PR manager Natalie Bell, NT Farmers' Ian Baker, events and marketing co-ordinator Kamila Petreckova and director Claire Bell.

The annual MEA Industry Awards are the premier accolade.

13 station jobs available right now

Hucknall Horse Rescue 's Skye Scott and Ainsley Murdoch-Pannier.

Looking for work? Here's a list of station jobs you can apply for.

Tracey Hayes steps down from NTCA

NTCA CEO Tracey Hayes will step down in September.

NTCA CEO will not renew contract after September.