Article by Miranda Devine, courtesy of the Daily Telegraph
Photographs by Jose Luis Magana
It was a festival of deplorables at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference. And the Aussies in attendance took copious notes on how to bring the populist revolution back home, writes Miranda Devine.
When Aussie deplorables hit CPAC, America’s biggest conservative confab, last week, they came away with lessons from the Trump revolution which should put the wind up [...]
Article by Jenne Brammer courtesy of the Weekend West.
Dry climate, China’s health, activists, red tape cloud future
WA agriculture pumps almost $9 billion into the economy each year and is the State’s biggest industry after minerals and energy. But challenges ranging from a drying climate to activists and red tape are limiting its potential.
Contributing most are the 3500 WA grain farmers who produce about $5 billion-$6 billion worth of wheat, barley, oats and other grains [...]
Article courtesy of the Estevan Mercury.
Each year the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has its Red Tape Awareness Week.
It highlights the governments that CFIB says are doing the right thing by making life easier for businesses. These governments are awarded the Golden Scissors Award. CFIB also rags on those that make life tougher for businesses with unnecessary red tape by giving them the Golden Paperweight Awards. They also grade provinces for their [...]
Article by Daniel Wild courtesy of the West Australian
Momentum is building for bi-partisan reform between the WA State Labor Government and the Federal Coalition Government to cut red tape and boost economic growth. As reported in these pages on November 27, the McGowan Government has reached out to the Federal Government to establish a “one-stop shop” for environment approvals. This means that WA would be able to conduct the environmental assessment on [...]
Article by Salomae Haselgrove courtesy of Australian Mining
Gina Rinehart has praised Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s plan to cut green tape for mining projects.
The Hancock Prospecting chairperson, speaking at the National Mining and Related Industries Day (NMRID), urged the industry to pressure the Western Australian Government to follow the Australian Government’s lead.
Rinehart said she had been “actively waiting a long time” to hear an Australian Prime Minister make an announcement of this sort.
November the 22nd signifies National Mining and Related Industries Day 2019, an important annual day that will be celebrated this year at Kings Park in Perth, Western Australia.
A time to reflect, consider, appreciate & champion the mining community and the myriad of benefits to all Australians that result.
Co-sponsored by Roy Hill, Rio Tinto and BHP, this year, as prior years events, will be truly remarkable.
Aside from enjoying world-class entertainment throughout, [...]
Article courtesy of CEO Magazine
Australia’s top executives gathered to celebrate another remarkable business year at The Palladium at Crown, Melbourne for The CEO Magazine’s Executive of the Year Awards. Dressed in their finest black-tie attire, hundreds of industry leaders trickled into the country’s largest ballroom to recognise the 22 inspiring category winners (plus the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award), as well as the striking success of the many finalists. As soon as guests [...]