Farmers are being urged to share their stories about negotiating with supermarkets, particularly if there was an abuse of power, with the competition watchdog.
The Nationals have made a public plead to state premiers, urging them to agree to a national code that will give ag workers an exemption to move between states.
Scott Morrison rejected the assertion that recent announcements were an attack on China, but didn't refute the suggestion the new laws were about China.
The small Great Australian Party founded by former maverick senator Rod Culleton has been highlighted by Pete Evans to his many followers.
Unredacted documents revealed the government paid nearly double the recommended amount for the controversial $80-million 'Watergate' buyback.
The competition watchdog will investigate if supermarkets are abusing their power when dealing with farmers.
All sides of politics have backed a mandatory export levy on dairy cattle, however MPs raised serious concerns about the many other issues plaguing the industry.
The $600-million sale of Lion Dairy to a Chinese company has fallen through, with many speculating the rising Australia-China tensions played a role in tanking the deal.