DAY four of the class action claim for the Indonesian live cattle ban has seen defence argument focussed on various legal and departmental advice.
MDBA Chief Executive Phillip Glyde has moved to calm troubled waters following last night’s controversial Four Corners broadcast.
ONE of WA’s biggest egg producers has been slapped with a $750,000 fine for making false and misleading claims about ‘free range’ practices.
The National Farmers’ Federation has raised questions about the Opposition leader Bill Shorten’s potential changes to trust arrangements
Irrigators say two core points must be addressed in Murray Darling Basin Plan following serious allegations made in last night’s Four Corners program.
CALLS for various inquiries into the Murray Darling Basin Plan have emerged following a controversial episode of ABC Four Corners “Pumped” last night.
Commonwealth lawyers will continue arguing their legal case on day four of the class action claim court case, for the snap 2011 Indonesian live cattle export ban.
DAY three of the Indonesian live cattle ban class action trial was dominated by the defence presenting intimate details of animal cruelty.
Slade Brockman has been chosen to fill the casual vacancy created by WA Liberal Senator Chris Back’s retirement last month.