Local Government NSW (LGNSW) welcomes an initial $60 million in Australian government funding for 42 of the most severely bushfire affected local government areas, 33 of which are in NSW.
As the bushfire crisis deepens across Australia, Minister for Agriculture Bridget McKenzie urged regional communities to continue to prioritise personal safety as concern for livestock grows.
The December 2019 edition of THE FENCE magazine is out now!
South Australia’s kangaroo commercial harvest zone will be expanded, and the 2020 quota has been set to help manage kangaroos, as well as support primary producers.
Communities affected by the NSW bush fires are encouraged to access available mental health and counselling services.
The November 2019 edition of THE FENCE magazine is out now!
Australia Post outlets across Australia will be accepting donations for the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund to support bushfire affected communities.
On Friday 6 September 2019, the licensing requirement in NSW for feral deer on private land changed under the Game and Feral Animal Control Act 2002.
Coles will donate $1 million to drought-affected farmers to kick off a national fundraising campaign at more than 1500 supermarkets & Liquorland stores.
In an Australian first, the CEFC and the National Farmers Federation have collaborated to back ready-made clean energy solutions for Australian farmers, with the twin goals of increasing on-farm efficiency and cutting greenhouse gas emissions.