Barnaby Joyce’s non-Haka is no joking matter

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.

8/24/2017 6:30:00 AM Read more

http://www.stockandland.com.au/news/

Barnaby Joyce’s non-Haka is no joking matter

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.

8/24/2017 6:30:00 AM Read more

http://www.theland.com.au/news/

Farmers: Government’s rural crime crackdown needs beef

Boosting penalties and trespass laws a good start - but producers want more detail

8/24/2017 5:30:00 AM Read more

http://www.theland.com.au/news/

Poll Boonoke’s NSW junior ‘hat-trick’

Three big days for the Merino breed began at Dubbo showground on Tuesday at the 2017 Rabobank National Merino Show and Sale.

8/24/2017 5:30:00 AM Read more

http://www.theland.com.au/news/

Government chips in extra $1.5m for weed battle

Bad news for the likes of serrated tussock, alligator weed, and tropical soda apple

8/24/2017 5:00:00 AM Read more

http://www.theland.com.au/news/

Native veg go-live: New clearing rules a balance, or limbo?

Needle of public reaction lurching from ‘biodiversity apocalypse’ to ‘still not good enough’

8/24/2017 5:00:00 AM Read more

http://www.theland.com.au/news/

'Bullying': Council accused of trying to sell residents' backyards

A fierce battle over disused laneways in Melbourne's northern suburbs has led to residents accusing Darebin council of trying to sell off their backyards, pitting pensioners against cashed-up developers.

8/24/2017 2:18:42 AM Read more

http://www.stockandland.com.au/news/

Law Council voices alarm at 'unprecedented' citizenship changes

Australia's peak legal body has criticised the government's proposed citizenship crackdown, arguing some elements of the package are unnecessary, threaten the nation's social cohesion and hand the immigration minister a concerning amount of power.

8/24/2017 12:51:47 AM Read more

http://www.stockandland.com.au/news/

Mr Bra's home the latest in $350m spending spree by Chinese buyer

The son of one of China's richest men "Jeremy" Jianmin Song has ramped up his push to buy Australian assets.

8/23/2017 11:59:53 PM Read more

http://www.stockandland.com.au/news/

Gillian Triggs labels Turnbull government 'disgraceful'

Gillian Triggs has unloaded on the Turnbull government, accusing it of abusing executive power and manipulating the truth.

8/23/2017 10:23:30 PM Read more

http://www.stockandland.com.au/news/

GrainCorp closes NSW's Ariah Park, Boorowa and Matong silos

GrainCorp has announced it will not open grain receival sites at Ariah Park, Matong and Boorowa this harvest.

8/23/2017 5:06:39 PM Read more

http://www.abc.net.au/news/topic/rural

Curtin vice chancellor Deborah Terry talks about the university's return to Muresk

Curtin vice chancellor Deborah Terry talks about the university's return to the Northam-based Muresk campus in Western Australia.

8/23/2017 3:33:30 PM Read more

http://www.abc.net.au/news/topic/rural

Agricultural industry consultation to occur before Curtin returns to campus

Curtin University is set to teach agribusiness at its Northam-based Muresk campus in WA for first time since 2012.

8/23/2017 3:33:30 PM Read more

http://www.abc.net.au/news/topic/rural

WA Minister for Education Sue Ellery talks about changes at Muresk

Western Australia's Minister for Education and Training Sue Ellery talks about changes at the Northam based Muresk campus.

8/23/2017 3:33:30 PM Read more

http://www.abc.net.au/news/topic/rural

New techniques hope to make avocado shortages a thing of the past

They are two words that may panic hipsters, but Queensland researchers say a technique to grow more fruit faster may make 'avocado shortages' a thing of the past.

8/23/2017 2:56:19 PM Read more

http://www.abc.net.au/news/topic/rural