December 2012 Newsletter

10th December 2012 Dear Members The newly elected Queensland Government is more receptive to our concerns about the Vegetation Management Act and the prosecution of it and other environmental legislation than the previous government.  There have been quite a few press releases on the subject but not much detail.  We will need to keep abreast … Read moreDecember 2012 Newsletter

Newsletter 09-10-2012

Members’ Newsletter 9th October 2012 I apologise that I have not sent a newsletter for a while. Since my last letter Vice Chairman, Dale Stiller has arranged a series of public meetings in Wandoan, Condamine and Cecil Plains featuring Creevy Russell solicitor Tom Marland, and hydrologists Max Winders or John Hilliard. Author Sharyn Munroe, who … Read moreNewsletter 09-10-2012

Members’ Newsletter August 2012

Members’ Newsletter Rich Land Dewatered speaking tour Brought to you by Property Rights Australia, together with Gold Sponsor Creevey Russell, Toowoomba & local hosts in the towns of: Wandoan: Monday 13th August 6.30pm at Wandoan Cultural Centre   1pm Helicopter sightseeing flights, to book phone Cecilia 4627 4294 Condamine: Tuesday 14th August 6.30pm at Condamine    Sports Club.  Located … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter August 2012

Members newsletter July 31st 2012

PROPERTY RIGHTS AUSTRALIA Members’ Newsletter   Rich Land Dewatered speaking tour Brought to you by Property Rights Australia, together with Gold Sponsor Creevey Russell, Toowoomba & local hosts in the towns of: Wandoan: Monday 13th August 6.30pm at Wandoan Cultural Centre   1pm Sightseeing Flights, to book phone Cecilia 4627 4294 Condamine: Tuesday 14th August 6.30pm at Condamine    … Read moreMembers newsletter July 31st 2012

Newsletter 10th July 2012

Members’ Newsletter 10th July 2012 Tim Wilson from the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) was guest speaker at our recent conference in Rockhampton.  A summary of his address appears below. The Institute of Public Affairs is the oldest think tank in the world and one of the few presenting conservative ideals and independent science consistently … Read moreNewsletter 10th July 2012

Opinion 7th May 2012

Created in the cloud with Aspose.Words for Cloud. http://www.aspose.com/products/words/cloud Opinion: Can producers trust WWF to be accountable?                                                                                                                                               07 May 2012 Should Australia’s cattle industry be sitting at the negotiating table or fighting from the trenches when it comes to engaging in sustainability discussions with environmental group the World Wildlife Fund?Key players … Read moreOpinion 7th May 2012

Members’ Newsletter 03-05-2012 – PRA Beef Expo newsletter

  PRA Beef Expo Newsletter Beef producers this is what WWF really thinks of your industry. WWF Submission to the Federal Government’s mid term review of Caring for Our Country 20 May 2011 “Australia’s most important icon and marine biodiversity hotspot the Great Barrier Reef, the source of $6 billion a year tourism industry supporting … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 03-05-2012 – PRA Beef Expo newsletter

Media Release 10-04-2012

    The chairman of Property Rights Australia, Joanne Rea, today slammed our lead livestock organisations for being irresponsible from the outset in their dealings with WWF with respect to a sustainability programme. “By delegating the responsibility for formulating the definition for ‘sustainable beef’ to WWF they have turned over one of the pivotal functions … Read moreMedia Release 10-04-2012

Members’ Newsletter – PRA Beef Expo Newsletter

PROPERTY  RIGHTS  AUSTRALIA “The erosion of private property rights is the single biggest issue PRA Beef Expo Newsletter Beef producers this is what WWF really thinks of your industry. WWF Submission to the Federal Government’s mid term review of Caring for Our Country 20 May 2011 “Australia’s most important icon and marine biodiversity hotspot the … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter – PRA Beef Expo Newsletter

Members’ Newsletter 28th February 2012

PROPERTY RIGHTS AUSTRALIA “The erosion of private property rights is the single biggest issue facing the rural community.  It creates uncertainty, stifles investment, job creation and threatens incomes and service delivery.” Members’ Newsletter   28th February 2012   TRENT HINDMAN There have been a record number of charges for illegal clearing in the recent past … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 28th February 2012