A major WA agribusiness has started legal proceedings against a former employee over allegations he misused confidential information to get a head start on a new rival business.
Upper Gascoyne pastoralists Richard Arends and his partner Rachel Third, of Edmund Station, have been charged as part of an alleged elaborate cattle rustling network in the State’s north.
Carnamah calls itself a ‘rock solid’ town. Now plans are on track to have the town also home to the world’s biggest Chamberlain tractor as part of a project to boost tourism in the Mid West.
Billionaire Gina Rinehart is offloading almost a million hectares of pastoral land in the State’s north as part of a wider plan to sell a suite of agricultural properties across WA and the NT.
WA’s grain farmers won’t start planting their crops until next month, but heavy widespread rains have delivered a major confidence boost for the season ahead.
COVID regulations have forced the cancellation of the NullarborMuster for the second year in a row.
Australian Potash is the latest aspiring potash player to secure a big lick of cash from the Federal Government to fund its Lake Wells project near Laverton.
Harvey Shire president Paul Gillett has slammed Commonwealth Bank’s decision to pull out of Harvey.
Police are investigating whether a fallen tree branch contributed to the death of a man in Harvey last week — the second time in a year a branch has caused a serious crash in the area.
The two farms were once part of the prestigious Cantabilling Springs aggregation, whose ownership history includes Australian business woman Janet Holmes-a-Court, and failed coal tycoon Ric Stowe.
While property prices across the country were growing at their fastest pace in 17 years, regional WA is the best place to find a bargain.
Two people have been charged after police busted an alleged cattle rustling network worth hundreds of thousands of dollars operating in the State’s north.
The WA company says costly, time-consuming crew changes because of the virus, and the docking of one of its vessels contributed to a bigger interim loss.
Grain growers controlling Australia’s biggest co-operative have voted against improvements to its governance structure, which would have led to the biggest board shake-up in its 88-year history.
Communities that were affected by the devastating Wooroloo bushfires are set to receive an $18.1 million recovery support package to aid the ongoing rebuilds.
The CWA of WA has launched a quick grants program offering $500 to individuals and families affected by the Wooroloo bushfire and the Carnarvon floods.
Pingelly farmer John Hassell is expected to be crowned WAFarmers’ next president at the advocacy group’s annual general meeting on March 12.
A Waroona winery has suffered more than $100,000 of damage after a fire swept through the vineyard on Wednesday afternoon — just three weeks before the grapes would have been harvested.
We cannot prevent bushfires but landowners and the appropriate authorities can minimise the risks and impact bushfires pose to life, property, infrastructure, and the environment.
Growers undertaking water infrastructure work on-farm could get a 25 per cent rebate up to $25,000 under a $26 million scheme pledged by the Liberal Government.
A suite of “strategic upgrades” under a $200 million pledge by the Nationals WA to the freight network underpinning WA’s $6 billion grain industry would boost efficiency and cut transport costs.
WA’s $10.7 billion agriculture industry is in “really good hands”, if you ask the newest vice-president of the State’s leading agricultural youth advocacy group.
Australia’s $15 billion grains industry has been warned that reducing emissions is now about ensuring market access rather than enhancing it.
Cally Dupe & Jenne Brammer
Former Emanuel Exports boss Graham Daws continued to work in the company’s building, talk to clients, and use the company logo and letterhead after stepping down from the company.
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