Qld vegetation assistance funding must be extended: Nats

12th January 2007The Queensland Nationals are demanding the State Government extend its native vegetation compensation scheme.With only six weeks left before applications close, The Nationals say more than half of the State Government’s $130 million vegetation management assistance package has not been spent.Opposition natural resources spokesman, Ray Hopper, says the assistance package eligibility criteria should … Read moreQld vegetation assistance funding must be extended: Nats

Howard Hobbs – Rural and Regional Industry Champion to lead Senate Ticket

4th December 2006 Queensland Rural and Regional Industry Champion Senator Ron Boswell has been given the green light by the Queensland Nationals on the weekend to continue his work representing Queensland in the Senate. Member for Warrego, Howard Hobbs said the National’s Senator Boswell has made an outstanding contribution on behalf of all Queenslanders and … Read moreHoward Hobbs – Rural and Regional Industry Champion to lead Senate Ticket

Farmers call for seat at table in crisis talks

16th November 2006Farmers want a seat at the table in the crisis talks about the future of river water allocations, arising from this month’s Water Summit in Canberra.The summit agreed to establish a team of bureaucrats from various Federal and State Government departments to examine contingency planning for town and urban water.But there’s no mention … Read moreFarmers call for seat at table in crisis talks

Farmers call for seat at table in crisis talks

16th November 2006Farmers want a seat at the table in the crisis talks about the future of river water allocations, arising from this month’s Water Summit in Canberra.The summit agreed to establish a team of bureaucrats from various Federal and State Government departments to examine contingency planning for town and urban water.But there’s no mention … Read moreFarmers call for seat at table in crisis talks

Farmers call for seat at table in crisis talks

16th November 2006Farmers want a seat at the table in the crisis talks about the future of river water allocations, arising from this month’s Water Summit in Canberra.The summit agreed to establish a team of bureaucrats from various Federal and State Government departments to examine contingency planning for town and urban water.But there’s no mention … Read moreFarmers call for seat at table in crisis talks

Ashley McKay’s case upheld in the Queensland District Court

27th September 2006 After 6 long years and over a dozen court proceedings Ashley and Doris McKay of Torres Park Augathella have had their appeal against a conviction for illegally clearing commercial cypress pine in 1999 upheld in the Queensland Court of Appeal. Judge Alan Wilson SC handed down his verdict on the 28th of … Read moreAshley McKay’s case upheld in the Queensland District Court

Property rights Australia- AGM agenda

30th May 2006 FRIDAY, 9 June 2006 6.30pm Meet & Greet Evening The Leichhardt Hotel, Corner Denham & Bolsover Streets,  Rockhampton  Signage in the foyer up to the function SATURDAY, 10 June 2006 8.00am Registrations Open and Morning Tea will be served Paradise Lagoons, Rockhampton 9.00am Welcoming Address: Mr John Purcell, Chairman, Property Rights Australia … Read moreProperty rights Australia- AGM agenda

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