Applications are now open for the 2018 NSW Farmers Tertiary Scholarship, an initiative aimed at supporting students who plan to further contribute to the growth and prosperity of rural and regional Australia.
Following the success of our inaugural video Q&A session with the nbn™ local team at Orange Field Day, NSW Farmers President Derek Schoen sat down again with the Amber Dornbusch, Head of nbn™ local NSW/ACT before Christmas.
The decision by the Liberal National Government in Canberra to ignore community concerns about the preferred route of the Narromine to Narrabri inland rail route is a disappointing outcome.
Western Sydney could become the country’s new ‘Fresh Food Precinct’ creating 12,000 jobs for the region when the Western Sydney Airport is up and running.
NSW Farmers is calling for the new Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources to maintain the tough talk when he arrives in India next week to talk unfair tariffs on chickpeas.
Almost $1 million dollars has this week been distributed to the victims of the Sir Ivan Bushfire, which burned through 55,000 hectares of farming-land in the state’s central west earlier this year.
Following Monday’s Murray Darling Basin Plan Minister’s Meeting in Albury, NSW Farmers has reiterated the need for Basin Ministers to provide certainty for Basin communities, and to recognise and respond to the needs of farmers, communities and the e
NSW Farmers has today confirmed its support for retaining the current Australian definition for lamb.
The ACCC’s Dairy Inquiry- Interim Report has recognised the significant power imbalances within the industry and the damaging impact that this is having on dairy farmers.