ABC Rural News
December 18th
Authorities scramble to stem the spread of the deadly virus, which has already affected 22 provinces in a country that is home to more than half of the world's pig population.
December 17th
Tasmania's Environment Protection Authority is considering its "legal requirements" after the owners of an oil drilling rig moored in Hobart's River Derwent refused it access to inspect for marine pests.
December 17th
A Queensland grazier's multi-million-dollar bequest to the Royal Flying Doctor Service is thought to be one of the largest single donations made to the organisation in the state.
December 17th
Sage Metcalf was one of only 17 students at her Mallee school, and the only one over 10 years old, but today she will get her SACE results.
December 17th
Money might not grow on trees, but they are becoming more profitable. And it's not just about forestry and timber — the tree economy has many diverse branches.
December 17th
The closure of the historic flour mill at Oatlands, an hour north of Hobart, knocked the wind out of the tiny town's tourism sails. But locals are hoping a planned whisky distillery could provide a lifeline.