Countrywide - 2nd May 201504/30/15
From high unemployment, to patchy access to childcare and health services, Countrywide looks at some of the challenges of living in regional Australia this week.
Countrywide - 25th April 2015
On the centenary of the Gallipoli landings, Countrywide looks at what happened to the soldiers who returned to take up settler farm blocks after the war.
Countrywide - 18th April 2015
Countrywide looks at how some farmers earn carbon credits, and the first auction to sell them to the government.
Countrywide April 11, 2015
The historic Kidman Pastoral empire is for sale including cattle stations the size of small European countries, A second case of the Banana disease Panama has turned up, The world's largest trade deal could collapse metres before the finish line as...
Countrywide April 4, 2015
Farmers to have greater power under recommendations in the Harper Competition Policy Review, Adelaide Hills vineyards test positive to wine taint after bushfires, Climate modelling needs input from farmers, A farmer with cancer calls for an inquiry...
Countrywide March 28, 2015
Farmers disappointed by Coalition push back at their message on impact of Climate Change, Beef producers have improved sustainability over 30 years, Target 100 helps beef or lamb producers to manage their environment, GM farmer ordered to show funding...
Countrywide, March 21, 2015
Countrywide looks at damage to farms in Vanuatu from tropical cyclone Pam, dire warnings for Australian food production under climate change, and the onion industry seizes on the marketing opportunity of the Prime Minister biting into a raw, unpeeled...
Countrywide, March 14, 2015
Countrywide looks at changes expected to country of origin labelling for food, the latest on a banana disease in Queensland, foreign investment in agriculture and a training program for female truckies.
Countrywide, March 7, 2015
Countrywide looks at new testing measures for imported tinned fruit, a suspected banana disease outbreak in northern Queensland, a buoyant outlook for farm profitability, the latest drought statement and research on what really influences shoppers'...
Countrywide, February 28, 2015
The politics of food and farming and the latest news from regional Australia.
Countrywide - 21st February 2015
After 13 cases of hepatitis A are linked to imported Chinese berries, Countrywide looks at whether free trade means compromising on biosecurity. Also, SPC recovers from a horror year to almost break even in 2014, New Zealand's horticulture industry on...
Countrywide - 7th February, 2015
Countrywide comes to you this week from Parliament House in Canberra.
Countrywide - 31st January 2015
Countrywide looks at falling prices for dairy, rising prices for beef, and the next great hope for potato farmers.
Countrywide January 24, 2015
Stories from ABC Rural including welfare of dairy cows and livestock, concerns over Hendra vaccine, stopping cheap imported tomatoes and pigs as pets
Countrywide January 17, 2015
Some of the news from rural Australia this week, where your food and drink comes from
Countrywide January 10, 2015
Stories from regional Australia this week brought to you by ABC Rural reporters
Countrywide December 20, 2014
The food you eat, how it's produced, and what the latest rural news means for the Australian economy.
Countrywide Saturday December 13, 2014
The food we eat and the issues affecting production
Countrywide for December 6, 2014
Food and the forces impacting on agricultural production.
Countrywide November 29, 2014
Countrywide is the food you eat and the policies affecting production
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