AFTER riding a horse more than 1000km - from her home at remote cattle station Supplejack Downs to Darwin - Tiani Cook realised she still had a way to go.
BY the time you are reading this, Don Chandler will be psyching himself up for the last leg of his 1237km bike ride from Brisbane to Longreach.
YOU could call these youngsters the von Trapps of whip cracking.
Because of our farming families are so expert at their jobs, most of the population to do other occupations, such as being activists and vegans
THIS YOUNG man hit the deck twice before he mastered the art of standing on a pony and cracking a whip.
ZOE Carter is not your average jillaroo.
REFLECTING on almost forty years working in health sector, Chris Dodd admitted it was an "odd choice for a bloke to become a nurse in the 70s”.
DAVID Thomson will walk into the job as Growcom chief executive officer as a man with no "baggage” or "preconceived ideas” about the horticulture industry.
THE Chinese can't get enough of Aussie wine.
Rural family needs community help to give bright son best shot at life
I come from a family of proud stockmen and when I was younger my weekends and school holidays where always filled with riding horses and mustering cattle. There isn’t a job I would rather be doing. There are not too many jobs where you learn something new every day. I have struck a good balance in Mackay and I love that I can work at the busy newspaper and I still have time to compete at Campdrafts on the weekends. I am still a country girl at heart and I think Mackay still feels that little bit country as well.