IF Barnaby Joyce holds any regrets about the way he handled his dual NZ citizenship drama it may be that he didn't announce it, using an adaptation of the Haka.
LEGISLATION to reshape the Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) rebate, seeking to rid the system of rorting while enhancing integrity, has passed federal parliament.
A protracted Senate inquiry into Australia’s dairy industry has made 12 recommendations for federal parliament to consider.
SHOULD Barnaby Joyce stay or go from his cabinet roles – that’s the question being posed following his dual NZ citizenship revelation and now Fiona Nash.
Joel Fitzgibbon has unleashed an extraordinary, extended invective, attacking the credibility of his counterpart Barnaby Joyce’s farm portfolio work.
A political war of words over the future of the sugar industry’s hard fought code of conduct has intensified.
Glenn Sterle is championing the dream-building John Lennon Educational Tour Bus coming to Australia and couldn't resist asking Yoko Ono for help.
PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has deflected criticism of his government, amid the latest citizenship scandal to strike the Nationals
David Leyonhjelm says the policy aim underpinning long argued changes to Section 46 of the Competition Act is “irredeemably flawed”.
George Christensen has taken a major swipe at David Leyonhjelm's attempt to remove the federal government’s sugar marketing code of conduct.