Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has promised to defend the interests of family farmers against threats from mining companies and supermarket giants, but has risked alienating some rural landowners with an ambitious dam-building program.
England batsman says although he had not yet read his book he remains a firm supporter of the out-of-favour Pietersen.
Portsiders could soon be dining out on cheap Swedish meat balls, with furniture retailer IKEA looking to set up shop after snapping up a large chunk of real estate in Fremantle.
The irony is obvious to Ben Dunk. Unwanted by Darren Lehmann in Queensland two years ago the wicketkeeper-batsman took the road less travelled to national selection, but found himself very much back in the Australian coach's thoughts.
Alanna Maclean finds Free Rain's production of August: Osage County to be a long but satisfying evening.
Labor frontbenchers have attacked Finance Minister Mathias Cormann over his use of the insult "economic girly man" against Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, with one accusing him of "sounding like a dickhead".
The controversial plan was put in place without any prior advice from security agencies.
Taxpayers are to pay for iPads and iPhones for up to 5500 ATO middle managers.
China is seeking the extradition and seizure of assets of corrupt officials who have fled to Australia with illicit funds running into the hundreds of millions of dollars.
Melbourne Cup favourite Admire Rakti has been allotted half a kilogram penalty for the $6.2m race, meaning he will carry 58.5 kilograms if he runs.
This weekend saw another hugely successful Wingham Akoostik Festival.
Mayo Hospital opening of Cath Lab
Manning River Agricultural and Horticultural Society president Milton Johnston was pleased that all the volunteers' hard work had ...
MAKING a good start will be vital to Mark Pennings' hopes of winning the President's Singles State championship ...