The Boarding Schools Expo will visit Griffith on June 14 and 15, showcasing leading schools from NSW, Victoria and Tasmania directly to families.
Bayer CropScience has recently appointed a new territory sales manager for north and central west NSW.
Condobolin’s agriculture sector has received a boost with the announcement of a new research and development officer in the area as part of the Department of Primary Industries’ (DPI) latest restructure.
The NSW government’s ‘All Aboard – A fresh start for rail heritage in NSW’ report has been welcomed with open arms by the states largest rail heritage volunteer organisation.
With recent rain following an extended period of hot and dry conditions across the southern NSW, livestock health authorities are reminding farmers of the dangers of footrot.
This year has already shaped up to be a year of change for Cranbrook as the School community said its goodbyes last year to Jeremy Madin who retired after more than 11 years as the school’s headmaster
The NSW County Women’s Association (CWA) has announced the its new president is Tanya Cameron at its recent AGM for 2013.
Two agricultural science students have been awarded a Rural Scholarship from the NSW Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) Foundation.
Fertiliser Company Charlie Carp has welcomed well-known Horticulturalist and Agronomist Phillip Knight as a consultant and reseller (Long Paddock Organic Solutions) of the Charlie Carp product range.
Gundagai’s James Derrick from the Karoola Downs Poll Merino Stud at Karoola Station has been elected as the new president of the NSW Stud Merino Breeders Association (SMBA).