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Lies, secrets and the Coalition Agreement

Not only is the Coalition Agreement being kept secret from the Australian people, its contents now appear now a matter of subterfuge.

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Morrison Government continues to fail on delivering FHA

As thousands of farmers struggle through harsh and relentless drought conditions, news has emerged we will be waiting until mid-way through next year until a report from a review into the effectiveness of the Farm Household Allowance (FHA) is finally delivered.

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Transcript - Radio Interview - WA Country Hour - Tuesday, 25 September 2018

SUBJECT: Live Sheep Exports, trade, agriculture visa

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Labor's $20 million uni pledge to transform Western Sydney into a global food security powerhouse

A Shorten Labor Government will invest $20 million to transform Western Sydney into a global food security powerhouse, putting Australia at the cutting edge of research on hardier crops, nutrition, and biosafety.

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Nationals put their interests ahead of National interest

Revelations the Deputy Prime Minister kept legitimate foreign policy concerns from his Party Room shows divisions in the Coalition are now threatening to undermine Australia’s national interests.

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Australians have a right to know what's in the new Coalition Agreement

Scott Morrison must do the honourable thing and release the Coalition Agreement. 

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Speech - House of Representatives - Criminal Code Amendment (Food Contamination) Bill 2018 - Thursday, 20 September 2018

The strawberry contamination scandal has had, and will continue to have, a devastating impact on the sector, its growers and all those along the supply chain.

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Transcript - Radio Interview - ABC News Radio - Wednesday, 19 September 2018

SUBJECT: Strawberry contamination

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Sheep set to suffer as live export trade continues

It has been 13 weeks since Agriculture Minister David Littleproud brought the live sheep export trade to a temporary stop. The Turnbull Morrison Government has provided no assistance to sheep meat producers in that time.

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Wangi Bowling Club shines bright

The future of Wangi Bowling Club is brighter after a $3,000 Hunter Stronger Communities Grant was awarded to the organisation to refurbish its lighting system.

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