30th April 201030th April 2010 Good Afternoon Members When Fiona attempted to book the Emerald Town Hall for this years AGM on June 19th the booking clerk told her if there was any chance our meeting during the day would interfere with the evening function it might be better to book a fortnight earlier June … Read moreProperty Rights Australia 2010 AGM Details
29th April 201029th April 2010 Good Morning MembersLast week a memo was sent out reporting that this years AGM would be held on the 5th of June. It has since come to our attention that world class speaker Anthony Watts from the USA will be in Emerald on the 19th of June for a public … Read moreChanges to Property Rights Australia AGM 2010
13th April 2010 13th April 2010 Funeral Lady Shirley McCamley’s funeral on Saturday in Rockhampton was a great testament to the high regard felt by all who knew her. I would like with all our members, with the twelve hundred people who attended St Pauls Cathedral to offer our sincerest condolences to Sir Graham and … Read moreLady McCamleys Funeral, The Senate Enquiry, Coal Seam Gas
8th April 20108th April 2010Good AfternoonIt is with deepest sadness I have to report the death of Lady Shirley McCamley on Sunday afternoon in an ultralight aircraft accident on Tartrus Station Marlborough.Sir Graham was honoured by a knighthood for services to the cattle industry in 1986 and Lady Shirley was ever his gracious and loyal … Read moreDeath of Lady Shirley McCamley
25th March 201024th March 2010 The cyclone’s gone. Today we have clear skies and brilliant sunshine with the water draining away. We mercifully got 4 to 6 inches with the heavy area of 10 to 12 inches from Yaamba, just north of Rockhampton to Dingo, within sight.Our sympathy goes out to those suffering flood, wind … Read moreThe cyclone’s gone. Today we have clear skies and brilliant sunshine with the water draining away.
19th February 2010 URGENT -SENATE ENQUIRY 18th February, 2010 As I write it is teeming. I hope this is general. If this is the El Nino our weather forecasters promised us, bring it on. I believe that this simply proves once again that weather and climate are controlled by chaotic influences, presently and probably permanently … Read moreSubmissions To Senate Enquiry
19th February 2010 Information about the Inquiry On 04 February 2010 the Senate referred the following matters to the Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee for inquiry and report. (1) The impact of native vegetation laws and legislated greenhouse gas abatement measures on landholders, including: (a) any diminution of land asset value and productivity as … Read moreNative Vegetation Laws, Greenhouse Gas Abatement and Climate Change Measures
19th February 2010 How to make a submission to a Senate Committee inquiry Download this document (PDF 104KB) 1. A submission may be as short or as long as you like. It may contain facts, opinions, arguments or recommendations. It may cover all the points in the terms of reference or only some of them, … Read moreHow to make a submission to a Senate Committee inquiry
9th February 2010 Media Release Property Rights Australia has backed the announcement of a Senate Inquiry into land clearing laws following the success of a mass rally in Canberra attended by more than 3,000 farmers last Tuesday. PRA president Ron Bahnisch, who led a Queensland contingent, said yesterday the organisation welcomed the inquiry and would … Read moreProperty Rights Australia Backs the announcement of a Senate Enquiry into Land Clearing Laws
Property Rights Australia has backed the announcement of a Senate Inquiry into land clearing laws following the success of a mass rally in Canberra attended by more than 3,000 farmers last Tuesday. PRA president Ron Bahnisch, who led a Queensland contingent, said yesterday the organisation welcomed the inquiry and would be making a … Read moreMedia Release 08-02-10
8th February 2010 Members’ Newsletter 8th February 2010 The Canberra “TOWER OF HOPE PROPERTY RIGHTS RALLY” on 2nd February was a resounding success. NSW Farmers Association must ne congratulated on using the publicity generated by Peter Spencer’s Tower Of Hope protest to highlight the injustice of expropriation without adequate compensation of property rights that organisations … Read moreSenate Enquiry & Tower Of Hope Property Rights Rally
25th January 2010PROPERTY RIGHTS AUSTRALIA25th January 2010 Dear MembersProperty Rights Australia supports the Peter Spencer’s “Tower of Hope” Canberra Rally on the morning of Tuesday the 2nd of February at 10.00am moving from Magna Carter Place, Canberra to march on Parliament House. NSW Farmers Association is calling on their 10, 000 memberships to attend, and … Read moreProperty Rights Australia supports Peter Spencers Canberra Rally 2nd February 2010
14th January 2010 14th January 2010 I have had to defend the Property Rights position on the Agmates site and Peter Spencer Hunger Strike blog. This has been posted on the PRA group site in Agmates. First, let me apologise for our website. It is a disgrace and we have been trying for six months to get it … Read moreDefending Property Rights Australias Position on the Agmates site.
13th January 2010 13th January 2010 Dear Members The following is information regarding the upcoming “Peter Spencer Property Rights Justice Meeting” to be held at Goondiwindi. Subject: Goondiwindi – “Peter Spencer” Property Rights Justice Meeting Location: Goondiwindi Cultural Centre Start: Mon 18/01/2010 3:00 PM End: Mon 18/01/2010 5:00 PM Recurrence: (none) Categories: community, meeting It … Read moreGoondiwindi Peter Spencer Property Rights Justice Meeting
8th January 2010 8th January 2010 Dear Members In following Peter Spencer’s cause, a couple of unhelpful and even dangerous diversions have developed today, namely Mention of the Brigalow Corporation The ad hominem attack in The Australian this morning The Land Administration Commission preceding the Brigalow Corporation was set up in 1962 to oversee the … Read moreWhat see you in court means in Queensland