News Down Under: Chinese buying vast land areas need to be stopped

Calls have been made to implement harsher foreign ownership rules, as China continue to increase its stakes in Australia.

Memo leak from Juncker suggests an All-ireland Agri-food trade post brexit

A memo from the EU commission has suggested All-Ireland trade for agri-food products.

Major Food Investigation exposes UK meat supplier lying about kill dates, unsafe hygiene and repacking returned portions

The investigation has exposed unsafe hygiene practices, altering kill dates and repackaging returned meat.

TF Podcast: Peter Geoghegan on Brexit, the customs union and whats really going on

There's been big movement in the UK this week as Brexit moves closer to reality. Peter Geoghegan joins us to discuss the proposed customs union and what it all means.

Opinion: The UK's customs union is the start of a reality check for the Brits

Stuart shares his thoughts on the proposed UK Customs union and why the customs union is just the beginning of the reality check and back tracking.

Farmer in Shock, as sheep killers escape charge

A farmer has been left bitterly disappointed after police failed to prosecute the people who stole and killed his sheep.