The 2017-18 Budget continues initiatives focused on supporting NSW exporters, who account for 42 per cent of all Australia’s services exports, attracting international investment into NSW, and developing strategic industries such as defence.
A global supplier of organically-certified dried vine fruit will create 75 new jobs and establish its headquarters in Victoria, as the Victorian Government lures more investment to our great State.
Research examining how Australian farmers can capitalise on opportunities to supply overseas markets will take centre stage at the Food Geographical Indications (GIs), Agriculture and Free Trade Agreements forum at Bond University, Friday 16 June 2017.
The revelation of a commercial bailout relationship between Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) and the Graziers’ Investment Company (GIC) during recent Senate estimates has prompted WAFarmers to support a call for the funds to go back to the wool grower shareholders.
Ten businesses from the Latrobe Valley and broader Gippsland area recently met face-to-face with some of China’s biggest companies as part of a Victorian Government trade mission that will help the region’s economy to diversify and grow.
Higher than average rainfall across much of Australia has boosted restocker demand for cattle and set up good planting conditions for grain growers according to the latest Rural Commodities Wrap from NAB Agribusiness.
Australia’s new Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) changes were on display at a cooking demonstration at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
More than a decade on, farmers who have graduated from one of agriculture’s premier education programs, the Rabobank Executive Development Program, continue to reap the benefits from implementing long-lasting changes to the management of their farming business.