The National Museum of Australia has acquired one of the last vehicles to roll off the Holden production line before the Elizabeth factory closed on 20 October 2017, marking the end of Australian-made car manufacturing.
Fencing News and Stories
The expansion of a Mid North feedlot will create new jobs and boost production of top quality South Australian beef for export to markets in Australia and Europe – a project being backed by a SA Government grant.
The Australian Industry Group 2018 Business Prospects report released (Wednesday 24 January 2018) reveals that Australian CEOs are optimistic about the year ahead and keen to build on the stronger conditions experienced in 2017.
Wool enterprises have boomed in 2017 with sheep industry analysis showing gross margins for Merino fine wool enterprises have risen by 55 percent since 2016 to generate $554 per hectare.
Vineyard management in heatwaves is the focus of a new project to better understand vine stress during hot conditions.
AgForce is seeking two new Wild Dog Co-ordinators to work with councils, landholders and local communities to help reduce the impact of wild dogs on livestock in central and south-west Queensland.
Master Builders is calling on talented trades, apprentices and, of course, builders to showcase their best projects from the past year in the upcoming 2018 Master Builders-Bankwest Building Excellence Awards for the Kimberley/Pilbara region.