Strategic Cropping Land-Mitigation Arrangements

18th October 2011 Strategic Cropping Land-Mitigation Arrangements Property Rights Australia is not and has never been opposed to the protection of strategic cropping land against the excesses of mining and coal seam gas. However the recently released SCL SPP 1/92 does not relate to mining or coal seam gas. It is specifically aimed at agriculture … Read moreStrategic Cropping Land-Mitigation Arrangements

Reply to Queensland Country Life article 16/12/10 CSG groups should note PRA example

21st December 2010 Media Release As Chairman and the only authorised spokesman for the Property Rights Australia Board, I am mystified at Shadow Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, Jeff Seeney bringing PRA into his debate on his differences with his colleagues and constituents as reported in QCL, 16th Dec, “CSG Groups should note … Read moreReply to Queensland Country Life article 16/12/10 CSG groups should note PRA example

Lock The Gate campaign, Gasland Movie, Land Access Agreements, Forests and Court

29th November 2010 PROPERTY RIGHTS AUSTRALIA Sunday, 28th November. At the time of writing Sunday 28th, there is a chance another state Labor government has fallen in Victoria. Meanwhile, in Qld, we have had the most extraordinary ten days in politics. With the threat of radical action by farmers in the coal seam gas areas … Read moreLock The Gate campaign, Gasland Movie, Land Access Agreements, Forests and Court

Regulation Outrage

22nd October 2010 PROPERTY RIGHTS AUSTRALIA22nd October 2010Regulation OutrageAs mentioned in a previous newsletter civil unrest is occurring all the way from Cape York to Perth fuelled by government policies pandering to the extreme environmental agenda.A one billion dollar bauxite mine has been put on hold by Minister Robertson’s arbitrary decision to extend a 200m … Read moreRegulation Outrage

Beef Crisis Meeting at Paradise Lagoon

19th July 2010 PROPERTY RIGHTS AUSTRALIA19th July 2010 Beef Crisis meetingFirst of all, a few comments on the Beef Crisis meeting at Paradise Lagoons on Friday, 16th July attended by some estimates by up to 700 people.A comprehensive cross section of industry participants put a very compelling case for a change of direction.There were calls … Read moreBeef Crisis Meeting at Paradise Lagoon

Submissions To Senate Enquiry

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

Prof. Bob Carter advocate of natural climate change Rockhampton Meeting

27th October 2009    27th October Dear PRA member,                                                                                                                                                The following is a copy of a Media Release released this afternoon: _____________________________________________________________________________________________  There were about 130 in attendance at a meeting with Professor Bob Carter, an advocate of natural climate change, held in Rockhampton on Friday evening.  We had several well known climate alarmists … Read moreProf. Bob Carter advocate of natural climate change Rockhampton Meeting

Review of meetings with Prof. Bob Carter and new Vegetation Laws

16th October 2009Members’ Newsletter 15th October 2009  Emissions Trading Scheme – bad for rural Australia The meetings sponsored by PRA, the Australian Climate Science Coalition and Agmates, held at Roma and Clermont were reassuringly successful -160 attendees at Roma and 80 at Clermont.  The 4 Corners production team filmed the whole event at Roma and … Read moreReview of meetings with Prof. Bob Carter and new Vegetation Laws

Professor Bob Carter on Emissions Trading Scheme

8th October 2009 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 8th October 2009 Vegetation Management The tabled new Vegetation Management Plan has to be treated with extreme caution. Property Rights … Read moreProfessor Bob Carter on Emissions Trading Scheme

Vegetation Management and Australian Emissions Trading Meetings

8th October 2009PROPERTY RIGHTS AUSTRALIA8th October 2009  Vegetation Management The tabled new Vegetation Management Plan has to be treated with extreme caution.  PRA endorses everything said by Jeff Seeney in an interview on the Qld Country Hour yesterday.  You can hear this at http://www.abc.net.au/rural/qld/content/2009/10/s2707397.htm Results of the moratorium -the emotional trauma imposed, the economic dislocation … Read moreVegetation Management and Australian Emissions Trading Meetings

Noel Pearson opposes Wild Rivers Act

3rd August 2009 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 3rd August 2009 Dear Members There have never been so many angry people about. From one end of the … Read moreNoel Pearson opposes Wild Rivers Act

Members’ Newsletter 17-04-09

17th April 2009PROPERTY RIGHTS AUSTRALIA17th April 2009Dear PRA Member,You should have received numerous media releases from our office.  Please feel free to circulate copies to your families and friends.  The more people who join our fight the better.Thanks to Ron and Lorna Bahnisch (Ron—PRA Vice Chairman) who are doing a great job  representing PRA at … Read moreMembers’ Newsletter 17-04-09

LANDHOLDERS MUST ACT ON VALUATIONS

3rd April 2008 Landholders must act in responsee to the recent and ongoing land valuations put out by the Department of Natural Resources and Water.   Department spokesmen make glib remarks in an endeavour to divert critisism and pressure.  Such statements include “We only value the land – it is a matter for local government shires … Read moreLANDHOLDERS MUST ACT ON VALUATIONS

Amalgamations cost ratepayers

3rd April 2008 Ratepayers should be aware that the majority of costs associated with the forced amalgamations of councils has not been funded by the State Labour Government.  The state set aside only $27.1 million for these amalgamations.  The costs are so far estimated to be in excess of $200m and climbing. The difference, $170m … Read moreAmalgamations cost ratepayers

Brave New World Begins

17th March 2008 Councils’ old guard voted out Thirty new mayors will become the 73 leaders responsible for delivering local government to the four million residents of Queensland after the weekend’s historic council elections. Long-standing mayors were dumped and little-known candidates claimed clear victories as many of the state’s voters were forced to choose between … Read moreBrave New World Begins