Toddler Dies At Holiday Park In Coonawarra

Police are investigating how a toddler died at a holiday park in South Australia's Coonawarra region.


Coronavirus Likely To Wipe $389m Off Australian Seafood Industry’s Bottom Line

Australian seafood prices are falling and fishers are pleading for help as major international markets shut down due to the spread of coronavirus.

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‘tomatoes Are Having A Lovely Renaissance’ As New Deep Purple Variety Trialled In Australia

A "very striking" purple variety of tomato is being trialled in greenhouses around Australia and could be available in supermarkets next year.


Black Humour And Silver Linings: How Sa’s Bushfire Communities Are Bouncing Back

Bushfires have caused widespread destruction in parts of SA, but communities are using black humour to look for silver linings in the blackened landscapes around them.


New Facility Opens Up Opportunities For A New Winemaking Region In Sa

Port Lincoln is well known for its fishing and aquaculture, but could it soon be better known for its wine?


Maggie Beer’s Daughter Saskia Beer Dies ‘unexpectedly’ In Her Sleep Aged 46

Maggie Beer said her daughter died peacefully in her sleep on Friday night.


How This Winery Is Using Automated Technology — And Saving Power

Wine makers in Tasmania are going solar and high tech to increase sustainability.


Mud Crabs A Delicacy For Those Heralding In Year Of The Rat

A fourth-generation professional mud crabber hauls in his bounty on the Macleay River for the Lunar New Year market.

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Fire-affected Breweries In Australia Call On Cities For Support By Having A Beer

Fire-affected breweries in Victoria’s high country have jumped aboard a national campaign to support the country’s firefighters and fire-ravaged communities, as the area grapples with millions of dollars in economic losses this summer.


New Tech To Detect Smoke Taint Will Ensure The Quality Of Your Next Glass Of Wine

Winemakers across the country are worried about smoke taint, but new technology could help ease their anxiety and their businesses.

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