Commonwealth lawyers will continue arguing their legal case on day four of the class action claim court case, for the snap 2011 Indonesian live cattle export ban.
DAY three of the Indonesian live cattle ban class action trial was dominated by the defence presenting intimate details of animal cruelty.
Slade Brockman has been chosen to fill the casual vacancy created by WA Liberal Senator Chris Back’s retirement last month.
Day three of the class action claim against the Commonwealth over the snap ban of live cattle trade to Indonesia resumes today with defence argument.
TWO key industry leaders have testified on day two of the class action claim against the commonwealth over the 2011 Indonesian live cattle export ban.
SYDNEY radio broadcaster Alan Jones has delivered a brutal assessment of the Nationals if they choose to betray their rural voter base when choosing political candidates.
Lawyers representing plaintiffs in the class action claim over the Indonesian live cattle ban have delivered evidence on the opening day.
Joyce, a farm kid turned accountant, turned leader of the Nationals, recommends all aspiring pollies try their hand at crowd control.
Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association's Tracey Hayes faced a death threat via email only a few hours before opening arguments were due.