The October 2018 edition of The Fence magazine is out now!
WA Transport Minister Rita Saffioti officially opened the new and improved Bow River Bridge, in the Kimberley region, alongside local community representatives and workers involved in the project.
Western Local Land Services is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from landholders that wish to receive funding to assist them implement control measures for invasive species.
There will be more opportunities to enjoy sport and recreation in regional Western Australia, with the latest round of the Country Sport Enrichment Scheme funding announced.
Western Local Land Services is calling for applications from landholders who wish to receive funding to carry out soil erosion control works that will have both positive environmental outcomes and lead to a more productive farming enterprise.
Senior Australians living in remote areas will benefit from a targeted new initiative to sustain, support and expand the aged care workforce in remote communities.
Several construction projects are underway at communities on Groote Eylandt and its neighbouring Bickerton Island.
Small building businesses in rural and regional communities around the country will take on more apprentices as a result of new apprentice wage subsidies announced by the Federal Government.
The Australian Government released new tropical cyclone data that will help build the resilience of communities in Northern Australia.
The Farm Household Allowance independent review panel will visit Tamworth, Dubbo and Bairnsdale to hear from farmers and stakeholders.