Rocky Rally a Success!

6th October 2005 300 rural and regional landholders from across Queensland marched with Property Rights Australia to converge on the regional sitting of parliament in Rockhampton this week. Armed with nothing more than placards, strong vocals and a belief in a strong cause the march took centre stage in the streets of Rockhampton. Prosting against … Read moreRocky Rally a Success!

Open Letter to Premier Beattie

3rd October 2005 Premier, It’s a pity you can not meet with the many hundreds of marchers at the Pilbeam theatre on Thursday 6th October, from 1.00pm. Thank you for your response and apology. This is better than no acknowledgement at all, of the last rally in Brisbane during Exhibition week when 500 Property Rights … Read moreOpen Letter to Premier Beattie

Rockhampton Rally- Thursday, 6th October

24th September 2005 Invites all PRA members, landholders & others in all primary production industries to attend a peaceful protest rally in Rockhampton on Thursday the 6th Oct 2005 to voice your objections to this Government’s approach to Vegetation Management Act, Water Act, Civil Rights etc. Following the success of the Brisbane Rally it is … Read moreRockhampton Rally- Thursday, 6th October

Rocky Rally- 6th October, Rockhampton

21st September 2005 Property Rights Australia Announces “The Rocky Rally” A peaceful rally is organized for Rockhampton to demonstrate landholders’ disgust at the Beattie  Government’s removal of basic Civil Liberties, by the introduction of the Vegetation Management Act 1999, the Water Act 2000, the loss of fee simple Freehold title rights and the uncertainty over … Read moreRocky Rally- 6th October, Rockhampton

Green benefits not worth pain of land clearing

20th September 2005 Queensland’s strict ban on tree clearing is severely damaging farmers and deliversing little in the way of environmental results, according to the nation’s chief commoditiies forecaster. In its latest report, the Australian Bureua of Agriculture and Resource Economics called for laws on native vegetation clearing in Queensland and NSW to be overhauled. … Read moreGreen benefits not worth pain of land clearing

Members News Letter

12th September 2005 Dear Property Rights Australia Member, Once more I call on you to stand up and be counted in your own interests and the interests of your mates and fellow Queensland landholders. The full Queensland Parliament is to sit in Rockhampton at the Pilbeam Theatre in the first week of October. Attached is … Read moreMembers News Letter

Who has control of your land?

15th June 2005 John Purcell, Chairman of “Property Rights Australia”, will be hosting a meeting with other board members to discuss issues relating to your rights as a property owner. If you own property large or small with the potential for development you need to attend this meeting.  Do you really own the rights to … Read moreWho has control of your land?