FEDERAL Labor will hold its National Country Labor Forum in Rockhampton in Queensland today as part of a rural voter blitzkrieg.
SOME politicians like to go out with a bang but Nick Xenophon’s potential Canberra swan-song could come with a bleat.
CATTLE Council of Australia President Howard Smith has hit back at recent, escalating and persistent pubic criticism of the peak national producer group.
The MDBA has responded to criticism of critical water reform measures, following revelations of moves this week to end water buybacks, in the southern Basin.
Senator John “Wacka” Williams says Nick Xenophon hasn’t always got the details right when it comes to protecting the interests of Australian farmers.
NICK Xenophon has announced he’ll be resigning from the federal Senate to pursue a career in the South Australian parliament via an election next year.
Seafood Industry Australia wants country of origin labelling on food service menus to help fill a “black hole” in consumer knowledge.
THE National Farmers’ Federation is merging two existing policies into one major energy policy statement.
Bill Shorten has downplayed suggestions about potential brand damage following revelations of an alleged scandal involving wool switching.
A NEW report into the NBN’s roll-out that has ignited a political war of words between leading rural factions in Canberra.