Following receipt of information from the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) about inland rail route selection, it is now time for the Coalition Government to take responsibility and be accountable for the selection of their preferred inland ra
The Board of NSW Farmers has appointed Pete Arkle as the Association’s new chief executive officer.
NSW Farmers’ Association welcomes the federal government’s additional financial support of $190 million to help drought affected farmers.
NSW Farmers’ Association welcomes the Emergency Drought Relief Package announced by the NSW Government today.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Opposition Leader Luke Foley will address this month’s NSW Farmers’ Annual Conference in Sydney.
The NSW Farmers’ Association commends the NSW Government for a budget that has delivered for regional and rural communities, in challenging times due to drought conditions across most of the state.
CEO of NSW Farmers, Matt Brand, has today announced he is resigning from his role and will leave the Association later in the year.
NSW Farmers is extremely pleased additional support is on its way for farmers facing significant challenges with worsening drought conditions.
NSW Farmers is calling for ongoing funding to support the Fixing Country Rail program, following the positive announcement this week of $137 million in funding to address 11 projects across the state.
The first edition of The Farmer magazine is reaching the mail boxes of NSW Farmers members from this week.
NSW Farmers is deeply concerned that the environmental movement is seeking to misrepresent land management laws in New South Wales with a thinly-veiled attempt to hoodwink urban communities about the benefits of active land management in regional New
Dear Editor, Claims by your reporter, Peter Hannam, that biodiversity legislation reforms have resulted in ‘killing 10m animals yearly’ are as sensational as they are wrong.
NSW Farmers notes the media-reported outcomes of a review by the New South Wales Government’s Environment Protection Authority (EPA) of the use of mixed waste organic material (MWOM) in agriculture. We note, too, that this information is contained o
Speaking with a united voice has delivered a big win for horticulture, following today’s announcement to changes to visa arrangements for backpackers and seasonal labour.
NSW Farmers’ Association has today welcomed the federal government’s drought announcements which focus on a long term approach to drought management in Australia.