Pip Courtney and a team of reporters around the country bring you up to date with the issues affecting rural and regional Australia. From farming, agriculture, food, economics, innovation, climate, infrastructure and more.
The Abalone Rancher A former wild catch abalone diver develops the world's first abalone sea ranch.
Sparkling Success Liquid waste from the production of juice concentrate is turned into designer drinking water.
Harry's Ark : Paddleboat With some scrap metal and plenty of ingenuity Harry builds a 100 foot paddleboat.
Grief and Glory : World War One Photographs The photographic project showing rural Victorians at war.
Markets Report A look at the current markets with Kerry Lonergan.
Rabbit Virus: A new virus to eradicate pest rabbits has been given the all clear for release.
Bureau of Meteorology : Climate and Water Outlook A look at Australia's weather prospects by experts from the Bureau of Meteorology.
Stuck in the Middle : Gold Coast Cane Farmers in Australia's oldest sugarcane growing region want to sell up for development.
Markets Report : Current market prices and trends with Kerry Lonergan
BUSH MAGAZINE : GRAZIHER
A new magazine featuring rural women finds a welcome market both here and overseas.
Current market prices and analysis with Kerry Lonergan. This week Kerry also speaks with Shane Condon about Project Iron Boomerang.
Measures are put in place by the beef industry to help improve the welfare of Australian live exports.
Some of the country's most established winemakers head south to cooler climates.
Food producers in Queensland's Scenic Rim have thrown open the farm gates to visitors for the annual Eat Local Week
LIME CAVIAR: FINGER LIMES
Australia's native finger limes are in high demand around the world.
Scientists in Tasmania find a way to enrich lamb meat with heart protecting Omega threes.
15 year old Anna Cannard hopes to become a pro in the niche sport of camel racing.
Current market prices and analysis with Kerry Lonergan.
Wild deer are proving costly to farmers and the environment and there are calls to declare the animal a feral pest.
The residents of the small South Australian town of Coonalpyn are attempting to reinvigorate their community through art. An ambitious project to change the face of their grain silos is attracting much wanted tourist attention. And artist Guido van Helten's work is already helping to revitalise the town by stimulating business and restoring civic pride.
A look at rural issues making the news this week.
Cotton picking is underway with growers counting the cost of a record hot summer followed by rain - just as the big machinery is revving up.