The shearing industry is being forced to defend its use of New Zealand shearers, amid calls seasonal workers are robbing young Australians of a chance to take up the trade.
Smaller offering in Australia's wool market takes figures out of the red, but the commodity is still amidst a major downturn.
The proportion of Australian wool offered for sale that is non-mulesed is increasing but is it enough to satisfy consumer demand?
As wool prices continue to plummet, growers have been forced to make difficult decisions about whether they hold onto their wool or accept the prices and sell.
Growers holding on, but low wool prices relative to other fibres may start to spark some buyer interest.
The wool market can't seem to catch a break, with prices continuing on their downward trend last week, this time to their lowest levels since 2002.
A Western Europe wool manager believes that the buying of wool products may not return to normal until 2023.
A former Australian Wool Innovation board member is calling on the industry body to slash its personnel spending by reducing the income of board members and cutting jobs.
A young fashion designer from rural Victoria is flying the flag of Australian wool as she kick starts a career in the industry.