Barnaby Joyce plans to protect his farm legacy and will seek to attack the APBC Act, in his new political life on the backbench.
Julie Bishop has launched the 10-year strategic plan for the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research saying more people need to know about it.
MICHAEL McCormack grew up on a farm in the NSW Riverina near Wagga Wagga and has never forgotten his agricultural grounding.
Michael McCormack won’t try to “out-Barnaby Barnaby” but he’ll be a strong leader with his own unique character, says Mark Coulton.
Fiona Nash has started a new position with Charles Sturt University as their strategic adviser, regional development, launching life beyond politics.
A WAR of words has erupted between Australian egg producers and RSPCA Australia over political manoeuvring to enhance industry’s animal welfare standards.
LABOR deputy leader Tanya Plibersek has launched a stern warning about the “shocking” error in disclosing the complainant’s identity in the sexual harassment complaint against Barnaby Joyce.
THE federal government has come under renewed external pressure to settle the multi-million dollar class action claim over the 2011 snap ban on trade to Indonesia.
David Littleproud has revealed Australian Wool Innovation’s performance and governance processes will examined via a new independent investigation.
Michael McCormack opened his attack on the opposition after taking over from Barnaby Joyce as party leader following a meeting in Canberra.