WA-first for mining jobs a welcome step

Editorial content by WAN Editor-in-Chief Anthony De Ceglie courtesy of the West Australian

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Countdown on but space industry dragged back to Earth by bureaucratic delays

Article by Amos Aikman courtesy of the Australian Three, two, one, blast-off. That’s how it’s supposed to go. But instead, space industry regulators have been “dragging the chain” on critical approvals, endangering […]

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Red tape is costing jobs

Article by Staff Reporter courtesy of the West Australian Almost 400,000 additional businesses and 900,000 jobs would have been created in 2018-2019 if regulation and red tape were maintained at 2004 levels, […]

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Salt and potash project a boost to regional WA jobs

Joint media release with the Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia the Hon Keith Pitt MP BCI Minerals’ Mardie Salt and Potash Project, located about 100km south-west of Karratha, is expected […]

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Company tax cuts will spark post-Covid economy

Article by Jeff Bennett and Tony Markin courtesy of The Australian Government-imposed health restrictions have decimated the travel, tourism and entertainment sectors of the Australian economy. Logic suggests that recovery from the […]

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To lure Hong Kongers, let’s import their system

Article by Nicholas Tam Making Darwin a charter city ruled by Hong Kong’s pro-prosperity legal framework would eradicate at least some of the regulatory complexity stifling Australia’s economy. When Commodore Gordon Bremer […]

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This is how much overregulation costs your family each year

Article courtesy of The White House For years, the Swamp has interfered in the lives of private American citizens by piling regulations on nearly every form of economic activity. This “expert” rule […]

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National Farmers Federation’s blueprint for agriculture-led recovery

Article by Richard Ferguson courtesy of the Australian. Australia’s farmers want industrial relations rules simplified, export fees waived, cuts to green tape and millions poured into regional infrastructure in order to spark […]

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Coronavirus crisis: WA mining magnate Gina Rinehart calls for greater Australian self-sufficiency after COVID-19

Article by Daniel Newell courtesy of The West Australian The coronavirus pandemic has exposed weaknesses in Australia’s supply chains and emphasised the need for the country to become more self-sufficient, says WA […]

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Rinehart calls for tax reform, less red tape

Article by Ticky Fullerton courtesy of the Australian Major tax reform and cutting red tape is imperative if Australia is to attract the investment to help it recover from COVID-19. That’s the […]

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