Anne Ruston has taken a swipe at the SA government for playing "stupid political games" with farmers’ lives and says they should be called out for it.
Barry O’Sullivan will copy tactics used by Liberal colleague Dean Smith on same sex marriage, to instigate a Royal Commission into the banking sector.
NSW rural Liberal Senate hopeful Hollie Hughes must now be wondering when her run of political misfortune and mistiming is ever going to end.
MICK Keogh has delivered a comprehensive update of the competition watch-dog's oversight and enforcement activities in agricultural supply chains.
Brad Hogg has discovered a renewed zest for life that’s helped revive his insatiable passion for the game.
Barnaby Joyce says several candidates entering the New England by-election race come from outside the electorate and have alternative motivation.
Live exports has a “bright” future but can’t afford to be complacent, says Assistant Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Luke Hartsuyker.
Terry Enright is the new Chairman of LiveCorp and has two priority items in the sights of his new leadership agenda.
Lisa Chesters says politicians are become “a bit savvier” in acting on pressure from “keyboard warriors” over animal welfare standards.
Fresh calls have been made for the animal rights and welfare groups to end their long-running and at times bitter public campaigns against the live animal trade.