Growing demand for Australian premium wines has helped boost the total value of wine exports to its highest level in more than seven years, according to a new report...
A lift in demand for premium wines has helped boost Australia's wine exports for the first time since 2007.
The average value of wine exports continued to rise in the year ended June 2014, driven by an increase in exports of premium Australian wines in key markets.
Australian beef and veal shipments to the European Union (EU)last month recorded the highest volume for February since 1998, according to Meat and Livestock Australia.
Exports of Australian apples to SE Asia and the UK are expected to increase this year, providing a boost for local growers.
UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) is encouraging Australian and New Zealand businesses to launch in the UK with its new business plan competition, Go UK.
Scotland is today leading the way in the development of wind and marine power, despite the fact that it is best known as an oil and gas...