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Toowoomba manufacturing jobs for international workers

It’s been 14 years since Xiong Xue left his home land to pursue a career in a new country. After landing in Australia, Mr Xue...

Rabobank support measures for flood-affected farmers

Rabobank has offered support measures to its farming clients adversely impacted by floods and extreme rainfall in Queensland’s south east and NSW Northern Rivers...

Sharks pool of talent

Superior facilities and a full-time coach has helped shine the spotlight on the Chinchilla “Sharks” Swimming Club, with 15 of its members this year...

Exporting local produce to the UK

Business leaders and local exporters were excited to hear from leading government representatives about the future of trade with United Kingdom at a breakfast...

Little school’s big results

The athletically-blessed gene pool that has swirled through North Star Public School for generations has once again left others in its wake. Boasting just 20...

Toowoomba flood engineer wins national award

Toowoomba flood modelling engineer Bill Syme of BMT (TUFLOW) has won the prestigious Allan Ezzy Flood Risk Manager of the Year award. Floodplain Management...

Innovation node delivering for Central West

The SQNNSW Innovation Hub launched its Longreach Node this week, with runs already on the scoreboard for the Longreach region. SQNNSW Innovation Hub director...

Official livestock slaughter and production figures released for Q1

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released its official livestock slaughter and production figures for the first quarter of 2022. In the three months...

Game-based learning no child’s play for grower training project

Australian grain growers are not commonly known as online gamers. But, a new University of Southern Queensland (USQ) research project is attempting to use the...

Southern Queensland farmland values hit fresh highs

FACT FILE * Queensland farmland values recorded strong growth, accelerating in 2021 as the median price per hectare increased 31.3 per cent to a record...

New School to emphasise agriculture in the classroom

The University of Southern Queensland has unveiled a new school dedicated to the study of agriculture and environmental science. Officially opened by Minister for Agricultural...

Collaboration key to unlocking strong ag solutions

Author and advocate Hellen Keller once said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” It’s a quote that perfectly underpins...

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Winter planting on levelled paddocks at Meandarra

GPS levelled paddocks have allowed Chris Cook of “Trenmore”, Meandarra to sow half his wheat crop this year despite receiving record rainfall. In all, 400...

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