Members newsletter 7th December 2016

7th December 2016 Breaking News-Zero Deforestation in Beef Production-Beef Sustainability PRA has campaigned since about 2011 against the WWF inspired Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef which has Cattle Council of Australia and a Natural Resource Management Group, Fitzroy Basin Association, as members. At their Conference in Alberta Canada on 6th October, 2016 one of their … Read moreMembers newsletter 7th December 2016

2016.11.23 Governments need to reassess approach in wake of farm defense acquisitions

  23rd November 2016   Media Release – Governments need to reassess approach in wake of farm defence acquisitions   Property Rights Australia (PRA) asks that the government reconsider all options before proceeding with its current proposal to compulsory acquire productive agricultural land to meet obligations to the Singapore Government under the Singapore Australia Comprehensive … Read more2016.11.23 Governments need to reassess approach in wake of farm defense acquisitions

Members newsletter 27th September 2016

  Tuesday 27th September 2016 Opt-Out Agreements From tomorrow, 27/9/16, it will be possible to sign an opt-out agreement with a resources company.  PRA and all of our sponsoring solicitors have campaigned to have them removed from the legislation.  They are a travesty. We strongly urge landowners, no matter how much CCA negotiation fatigue you … Read moreMembers newsletter 27th September 2016

Members’ Newsletter 23rd August 2016

“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 23rd August 2016  Vegetation Management Reinstatement Bill voted down. It was a hard fought campaign.  Some long hours were put into this by the PRA … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 23rd August 2016

2016.08.19 Statement – defeat of VM Reinstatement Bill

      Property Rights Australia Chairman, Dale Stiller welcomed the defeat of the government’s proposed harsh amendments to the Vegetation Management Act.   From the tip of Cape York to the southern border, land custodians, food producers and all Queenslanders have good reason to celebrate with a victory over opponents from the radical end … Read more2016.08.19 Statement – defeat of VM Reinstatement Bill

2016.08.17 Throw out Reinstatement amendments

Media Release   Petition to Throw out Proposed Amendments to Vegetation Laws   Property Rights Australia chairman, Dale Stiller, has received considerable support for a petition calling for the Queensland Parliament to throw out proposed amendments to vegetation laws. A number of key individuals and organisations have signed the petition which calls on the Honourable … Read more2016.08.17 Throw out Reinstatement amendments

2016 Aug 4 – Vegetation Laws unworthy of support

  Media Release Available for publication Thursday August 4, 2016   Environment Minister Steven Miles as reported[1] on Monday, made the accusation that farmers this year were going to politicise the EKKA, in today’s rally (Thursday August 4) at Parliament House. Property Rights Australia (PRA) chairman, Dale Stiller, believes that Mr Miles has scored an … Read more2016 Aug 4 – Vegetation Laws unworthy of support

Members’ Newsletter 28th July 2016

28th July 2016 Dear Members Comment on Self Assessable Thinning Code All of our members are deeply interested in vegetation managements and as well as submissions by PRA and members to the Vegetation Management (Reinstatement) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill there was a good turnout at all the parliamentary hearings. Our job is not finished.  … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 28th July 2016

Members newsletter 28th June 2016

“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 June 2016 CSG public meeting Chinchilla I would encourage members who can to attend a public meeting – CSG Power, the Good the Bad … Read moreMembers newsletter 28th June 2016

Members’ Newsletter 28th June 2016

“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 June 2016 CSG public meeting Chinchilla I would encourage members who can to attend a public meeting – CSG Power, the Good the Bad … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 28th June 2016

Members’ Newsletter 2nd June 2016

“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 2nd June 2016  Early Bird Discount for PRA Conference A reminder for you that the early bird discount to the Conference ends on Friday evening.  … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 2nd June 2016

Members’ Newsletter 27th May 2016

27th May 2016 2016 Conference Charters Towers Please make an effort to get to the Conference at the World Theatre, Charters Towers on June 10.  There are some important current issues that will be addressed at this year’s conference.  PRA is very much a grassroots organisation that responds to our members concerns and seeks answers … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 27th May 2016

Members’ Newsletter 26th April 2016

26th April 2016 **Date Claimer – 2016 PRA Conference ** Date – Friday June 10th; Meet & Greet on the evening before Venue – Charters Towers More details to come, in the meantime – mark your calendars; book a room; plan to be there. Accommodation –  http://www.charterstowers.qld.gov.au/accommodation-guide-by-location#CT Introducing new board member – Mrs Annie Clarke … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 26th April 2016