Article – Central Petroleum starts work toward Dingo field development

21 July 2014 Rick Wilkinson Oil & Gas Journal Central Petroleum Ltd., Brisbane, has begun clearing works for the Dingo gas field development in central Australia’s Amadeus basin 65 km south of […]

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Book Release – Beyond the North-South Culture Wars

21 July 2014 A new book, Beyond the North–South Culture Wars: Reconciling Northern Australia’s Recent Past With Its Future by Allan Dale, explores the conflicts which exist between northern and southern Australia. […]

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Article – Live ex confidence surging in NT

24 July 2014 Matt Sherrington North Queensland Register RECENTLY released figures from the Northern Territory Livestock Exporters Association (NTLEA) have painted a surprisingly positive picture of live export from the Top End. […]

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Article – Aquaculture report recommends regulatory reform

23 July 2014 Eliza Rogers/Craig Zonca ABC Rural New aquaculture ‘development areas’ could be set up in central and northern Queensland if a report by the state’s competition authority is adopted. The […]

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Article – NSW catching up to west and north in state economic race

21 July 2014 Alicia Barry ABC News New research shows growth across Australia’s states and territories is levelling out as the economy moves away from its reliance on mining. CommSec’s State of […]

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Article – Broken Hill miner to save millions with carbon tax scrapping

21 July 2014 Vicky Validakis Australian Mining Perilya has welcomed the abolishment of the mining tax stating the measure will save the company more than $3.5 million a year. Managing director Paul […]

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Repeal of the Minerals Resource Rent Tax

18 July 2014 The Government committed to repeal the Minerals Resource Rent Tax (mining tax) and its associated spending measures in an entirely transparent manner at both the 2010 and 2013 Federal […]

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Article – NT must diversify as miners suffer: Giles

11 July 2014 Nine News Depressed iron ore prices have dealt the Northern Territory mining industry a double blow, as Sherwin Iron goes into voluntary administration and Territory Iron tells Pine Creek […]

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Article – Growth needs sturdier base

11 July 2014 NT News THE closure of the Frances Creek iron ore mine at Pine Creek is a sobering reality check as politicians of all colours wax on about the development […]

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Article – North needs insurance rethink

15 July 2014 Matthew Cranston The Australian Dairyfarmer INSURANCE Council of Australia president Mark Milliner has warned the expected boom in insurance and ­investment in developing Australia’s north will never happen unless […]

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