EDITORIAL THE latest allegations of foreign workers being underpaid is evidence the problem has spread.
ALEX SAMPSON MOST suppliers would have imagined hell would freeze over before Coles admitted to bullying them.
ROB HARRIS YOU can’t blame the public for being sceptical.
CHRIS McLENNAN JOHN Watson supporters believe Campaspe Shire councillors declared their voting intentions yesterday.
EDITORIAL AGRICULTURE education in schools must be revived if Victoria wants to double food and fibre production by 2030.
DALE WEBSTER IT MAY well be a case of be careful what you wish for.
IT’S not all so grim.
Nicolle Flint Meat eaters happier than vegetarians
NICOLLE FLINT THERE’S only one thing better than Christmas ham, and that’s reminding vegetarians and vegans how good Christmas ham tastes.
Ed Gannon THE election was disastrous for the Nationals, which lost its once solid seat of Shepparton.
ROB HARRIS IT’S telling those outside Shepparton are stunned another seemingly safe northern Victorian seat has fallen from Coalition hands.
DAN TEHAN IT IS not news to farmers that the drought policy is in a state of flux.
CIMARA DOUTRÉ SUZANNA Sheed’s victory in Shepparton will send a shiver down the spine of every “safe seat” MP in the country.
EDITORIAL DANIEL Andrews and his party deserve congratulations for their win in Saturday’s Victorian election.
ROB HARRIS SHOULD we be shocked a northern Victorian seat has fallen out of the Coalition’s hands?
IT’S time to stop being un-Australian, according to one irate reader who spoke to XAVIER DUFF
EDITORIAL IT IS truly bizarre that it has come to this.
ANDREW ROBB THE conclusion of the historic China-Australia FTA opens up unprecedented opportunities for farmers.
Free trade China deal sweet, but may sour
Ed Gannon LET'S get this straight. Australia did not sign a free trade agreement with China this week. It signed a trade agreement.
Timbercorp collapse Greed was Timbercorp’s friend
CHRIS McLENNAN THE accountant had a white board set up on a easel next to his desk.
TRADE Asian boom is calling
ALAN OXLEY FARMERS must seriously explore more highly valued products, writes ALAN OXLEY
EDITORIAL THE trade deal with China is the mother of all agricultural free-trade deals.
SIMON TALBOT THERE is no denying that with both our mineral and agricultural wealth we are a fortunate country.
ALLAN OXLEY TODAY the terms of the free-trade agreement with China will be released.
John Durie TREASURY Wine boss Michael Clarke is pursuing a potential up-market wine purchase in the US.
Rowan Callick AUSTRALIA stands on the brink of an extraordinary diplomatic achievement regarding free-trade agreements.
Water fears Daniel Andrew's political will melts
Ed Gannon NO matter where you are today, chances are it is hot and dry. And it is still spring.
MARK POYNTER VICTORIAN environmentalists have been campaigning for the Great Forest National Park for years.
EDITORIAL DANIEL Andrews has sounded the death knell for the controversial North-South Pipeline.
ROB HARRIS National affairs writer AS CONDITIONS worsen, the policy vacuum is putting farmers at risk, writes ROB HARRIS
Nicolle Flint Charities who want to play politics
NICOLLE FLINT THE Federal Government must review which groups are granted the privilege of charitable status.
AN extra one million tonnes of grain in GrainCorp storages has been transported by rail during the past year.