“There are a lot of swerve balls in politics and you never know what’s around the corner,” so says former Nationals deputy-leader and NSW Senator Fiona Nash.
Fiona Nash says she’s taken “absolute responsibility” for the dual citizenship scandal that triggered her controversial disqualification from parliament.
Grain Producers chairman Australia Pete Mailler has thrown his hat into the ring to take on Barnaby Joyce in the New England by-election.
NEW farm levy-payer databases are “moving along in a positive direction” says Grains Research and Development Corporation Managing Director Dr Steve Jefferies.
Dr David Gillespie has welcomed a telehealth initiative commencing which allows improved access to psychological services, for regional Australians.
Richard Goyder has fired a parting warning shot at the federal government while defending his monster company’s involvement in selling $1 per litre milk.
A new Fresh Food Precinct proposed for development at the new Western Sydney Airport (WSA) needs political commitment.
SA Water Minister Ian Hunter has been embarrassingly kicked out of a federal Senate committee inquiry hearing by a fellow federal Labor colleague.
BARNABY Joyce has written to Australian meat exporters reading the riot act about further failure to comply legally with foreign import standards.
LABOR leader Bill Shorten may visit New England to campaign for Labor’s candidate David Ewings leading up to the December 2 by-election.