Olivia Borden’s 1998 model Hilux ute has taken her to places in Australia many of us have never even heard of, let alone experienced.
Childhood for Olivia Borden was never boring – a detail that has carried through into her later life.Continue reading From Mallee Girl to Territory Woman
By Hugh Dawson
If it doesn’t seem right, chances are it isn’t. As a civilisation, we’re currently living through the largest disruption to humankind since the Second World War. Most of our nation has been locked down within the confides of four walls and we have been stripped of the freedom we so
cherish as Australians.
Wowee! I think a BIG thank you is in order. I’m usually the type of person that ticks something off, then is flat out running towards the next thing, but I thought I’d take a minute to acknowledge this milestone and say a quick thank you! But 50,000 downloads is so cool, thanks for coming on this journey!Continue reading 50,000 Downloads!!
Corrina Wrights family have been growing vines at the family property in South Australia’s McLaren Vale for more than 175 years. From her childhood armed with an ice cream container on her head to protect her from swooping birds to nowadays with her kids now helping out on their school holidays.Continue reading Traditions: when they help and when they harm
When I drive into Walgett, into Bourke, into Enngonia, I almost want to be stopped by the police. I want them to ask to look at my ID, to see the letter from the news organisation that has sent me there, I want them to question where I have come from and why my reason to be travelling is essential.Continue reading Ignorance is no longer an excuse: an open letter on the state of regional healthcare
Emma Germano is a household name in Australian agriculture. Her involvement in industry is as diverse as the road to how she got here, she’s the current president of the Victorian Farmers Federation, owner of the family farm and even has a startup AgTech company!
A little lesser known side of Emma is the journey and learnings along the way, from a restaurant on Bridge Road, buying out the family farm on the brink of losing it all, she’s lived on the edge and sometimes it’s found her a little too close for comfort!Continue reading Finding the balance in change
Many would say that the 641 kilometre distance between Sydney and Walgett is not the biggest factor that separates the two places.
This divide is made up of vastly different career opportunities, or the ability or lack thereof to access things like healthcare services, coffee shops, beaches, apartment blocks, more than one grocery store within a 100 kilometre radius – that kind of thing.Continue reading Coming Home
When Randall Wilksch was awarded a Nuffield Scholarship, his attention shifted to the lack of women in the grain industry.
Randall’s project took him across the globe looking at the role women play in farming businesses and how increasing the number of women in the Grains industry in Australia could transform how we think, how we speak and how we progress.Continue reading Championing Women in the Grains Industry