Article – NT Labor leader Michael Gunner unveils new-look front bench with Lynne Walker as deputy leader, after resignation of Delia Lawrie

23 April 2015 ABC News The Northern Territory Opposition has dumped former leader Delia Lawrie from its front bench and installed Lynne Walker as the new deputy leader. After the first Caucus […]

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Article – Entsch lands barra as focus turns to aquaculture

April 2015 Boyd Robertson Newsport Member for Leichhardt Warren Entsch stopped in at Wonga Beach on Wednesday to open Daintree Barramundi Fish Farms as focus turns toward aquaculture in Far North Queensland.  […]

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Sydney Parliament House Speech for Book Launch, Friday 24 April 2015

24 April 2015 Mrs. Gina Rinehart Members of Parliament, distinguished guests, friends, It’s lovely to see so many friends and smiling faces here at Parliament House – especially terrific after such a […]

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Sydney Book Launch Address and Presentation

24 April 2015 To view the presentation from the Sydney launch of Mrs. Rinehart’s book, “From Red Tape to Red Carpet…And Then Some”, click SYDNEY From Red Tape to Red Carpet Book […]

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Mrs Rinehart’s address for the launch of her second book “From Red Tape to Red Carpet and Then Some” Friday 24th April 2015, NSW Parliament House

24 April 2015 Mrs. Gina Rinehart Members of Parliament, distinguished guests, friends, It’s lovely to see so many friends, and smiling faces here at Parliament House – especially terrific after such a […]

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Article – Joyce defends white paper delay

16 April 2015 Laura Griffin Farm Weekly AGRICULTURE Minister Barnaby Joyce has defended the delay in releasing the agriculture white paper, saying he would rather it be robust than rushed. “We could […]

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Article – Former treasurer DeLacy says north must be developed

16 April 2015 Eric Johnston The Australian The development of northern Australia presents a “great opportunity” for Australia to help feed growing demand for food globally, according to Keith DeLacy, a former […]

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Article – Northern Australian food bowl dream a risky fantasy: John Foss

13 April 2015 Damon Kitney The Australian One of the nation’s most successful international agricultural entrepreneurs, the New York-based John Foss, has warned that the development of broadacre commodity crops in northern […]

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Article – Western Australia seeks Singapore tie-up on LNG

12 April 2015 Jonathan Pearlman The Straits Times Western Australia wants to expand ties with Singapore by using it as a trading hub for the state’s massive supply of liquefied natural gas […]

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Article – Big week of budget announcements for NT

10 April 2015 AAP The Northern Territory government has made six budget announcements this week, including funding for a new special-needs school, more police and a boost to tourism. The Country Liberals’ […]

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