Wee Waa is different to other towns, but the locals like it that way.
WHAT does a farmer look like?
How do you tell your kids where their meat comes from?
CRACKING on with anything that life throws at her, there isn't much that's going to hold this eight-year-old country kid back.
She is determined, well-spoken and has bucket loads of enthusiasm for the beef industry.
In her home she is surrounded by sweetly scented candles, but Shona Larkin's favourite aroma will always be the smell of rain.
It's water logged, dangerous and now has been seen by more than 100,000 people.
A wool classing aunty from Meandarra was just the ticket in giving this city kid an authentic rural experience.
PILBARA truck driver Jessica Edwards is fed up.
Twenty years ago Bill and his wife Rhonda decided to start a new chapter in their lives as redclaw farmers.
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.