9 year old Beau Beissel nearly died after a hospital failed to order a PCR test for Q fever, despite the urging of his rural GP.
NSW Farmers talk to the Minister and Shadow Minister of Primary Industries about how they will help farmers and improve agricultural infrastructure.
Boggabilla farmer Peter Mailler says that the federal government needs to refocus in order to help farmers suffering through droughts influenced by climate change.
Wool prices are strong thanks to the China-fuelled boom, but farmers are finding it increasingly difficult to find good shearers. What is the solution?
The federal government refuses to subsidise Q fever vaccinations that will give lifetime protection. As the drought worsens rural communities face an increased risk of Q fever. NSW Farmers is lobbying for change.
NSW Farmers is lobbying for the entire NSW rail network to be upgraded to the same TAL, which would save farmers in excess of $10 per tonne to transport grains to port.
Regional kids of Western NSW have gone without access to preschool education for far too long. The opening of the Weilmoringle community preschool marks the horizon for better days to come.
Piney Range farmer and NSW Farmers local branch chair Harvey Matthews questions why farmers feel they have to take responsibility for weeds that aren't on their land.
Right-to-farm issues are causing concern for many farmers. NSW Farmers is lobbying for new legislation to protect them.
The drought declaration policy was scrapped by the NSW government in 2013 but not everyone is convinced. Two Central West farmers weigh in but not everyone thinks this was the right decision.