NEW research has caught the attention of NASA with a technology development that could potentially heal wounds in days rather than weeks.
The Chronicle is still determined to provide a platform for these people who are still proud of their produce, products and performances.
The spirit of the show is still alive thanks to some creative Plan Bs
With nobody to sell their fresh produce to, one northern Tasmanian business decided to grow seedlings for people affected by the pandemic instead.
The sudden blast of cold weather has come at exactly the wrong time for one gardener eagerly awaiting World Naked Gardening Day.
PEACE, unity and healing is needed in the world more than ever and one special event aims to provide all three.
A decade in the making, Andrew Mead is just starting to reap the benefits from planting hundreds of frangipanis almost 10 years ago.
Being stuck in isolation may have you flexing your green thumb but here’s what you need to know before you head out to your local garden centre.
The spike in sales has helped keep the business going, and keep people employed.
GROWERS have been advised to apply extra caution to their crops, after an exotic pest was detected in Bundaberg.
‘It was almost like a popping noise inside my ear and the pain was so excruciating’
Old ways can provide positive outcomes and build mental as well as physical health during times of crisis.
An army of grubby pests have turned a new park on Brisbane’s northside brown, as residents are warned their lawns could be next. SEE WHICH AREAS ARE AT RISK.
You can make a number of changes to beat the mosquito.
AFTER working and living on a rural sheep station, a Bundaberg woman has started her own photography business.
83-year-old farmer has a problem with a weed of a different kind, with dozens of marijuana plantations
Aussie blogger and mum-of-seven Constance Hall has mums up in arms over a $530 DIY backyard spa.
TV bosses want to unearth an unknown talent to replace Charlie Albone on Selling Houses Australia — and become a star writer as well.
LEMON myrtle is the ingredient taking Bundaberg by storm and with a new range of products on the horizon, the capabilities of the natural plant are endless.
It’s going to take a lot of work and money to get their devastated lychee farm back online.