Aussie Farmers Embracing Solar And Smart Tech, Pleading With Parties To Do The Same

The Agriculture Industries Energy Taskforce, comprised of 13 farming and irrigator groups, has noted the popularity of many a solar panel installation on the Gold Coast and across the country, especially in the agriculture industry, as farmers try to fight back against the rising energy costs, which the AG Energy Taskforce notes has put the […]


Parrtjima’s Economic Effects Discussed

There’s a bit of cost in handling an event, including, among others, having to get chair hire in Melbourne or wherever the event is, as the government of the Northern Territory was made aware of, with penny-pinching that’s estimated will cost Alice Springs $2m in lost earnings for 2020. Tim Watsford of Major Events Australia […]


Consumer Warnings Against Locksmiths With No License

According to a locksmith association, many consumers and businesses are currently falling victim to unlicensed locksmiths. They use a number of strategies to trick their clients from fake invoices to unnecessary lock replacement, phoney businesses and even credit card scheming. There are many reputable service providers like the locksmiths in Northside but it cannot be […]


South Australia Government Commits $7.5m For Reforming The Red Meat Supply Chain

Good news for the South Australian meat industry, commercial meat slicer producers included, as the  government will be injecting $7.5 million into the state’s red meat sector in order to help it improve productivity and biosecurity. The investment will come from the state’s Economic and Business Growth Fund, and will be focused on adopting the […]