An 85-year-old timber bridge carrying the D’Aguilar Highway over Kilcoy Creek will be replaced later in 2019 with a new 15-metre-long, two-lane concrete bridge.
A front entrance fencing project in Western Australia by Whiteline Fencing.
As temperatures soar Australians living in drought-affected communities are encouraged to speak up and seek support this holiday season.
Regional and rural businesses now have the opportunity of receiving support for the first three years of an Australian apprenticeship through a new trial.
Local Land Services have successfully carried out an extensive knockdown of the feral pig population in the western Riverina, following a targeted aerial shoot.
Invasive species and habitat loss are the biggest threats to Australian biodiversity, according to new research by the Threatened Species Recovery Hub in partnership with The University of Queensland.
Western Local Land Services is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from landholders that want to participate in an upcoming property planning program that will assist in making their properties more sustainable.
A loose ram wandering an outer suburb of Canberra may have captured the imaginations of local residents, but has prompted a reminder to sheep producers about the importance of a good fence.
Hunter Local Land Services Biosecurity team have removed nearly 2,000 more deer from the Upper Hunter, as the invasive species continues to impact farms and native habitats in the drought hit district.
The October 2018 edition of The Fence magazine is out now!