‘Anger growing’ over Fraser Island bushfire bungle | Red tape hits fireys

Article by Tobias Jurss-Lewis, Chris Clarke and Tahni Turpin courtesy of the Courier Mail Anger is growing between tourism operators, environmentalists and emergency crews about a crippling amount of red tape they […]

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Denham renewable hydrogen microgrid an Australian-first

27 November 2020 The Hon Angus Taylor MPMinister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Joint media release with WA Minister for Energy Bill Johnston Australia’s first remote microgrid using renewable hydrogen generation is […]

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Rinehart roasts big-spending, high-taxing MPs

Article by Brad Thompson courtesy Australian Financial Review

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‘Cut the red & green tape’

Article by Josh Zimmerman courtesy of the Sunday Times, Perth AUSTRALIA’S richest woman has warned the nation’s vital resources and agriculture industries are being strangled by red and green tape, threatening the future […]

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Do not squander recession recovery

Article by Tom Dusevic courtesy of The Australian COMMISSION ISSUES WAKE-UP CALL The Morrison government’s key adviser on economic reform says Australian living standards will fall unless policymakers find new ways to […]

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Beetaloo Basin a key element of the gas-fired recovery

Media release courtesy of The Hon Angus Taylor MPMinister for Energy and Emissions Reduction 16 October 2020 Joint media release with Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt Minister for Energy […]

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Budget invests more than $4 billion into northern Australia

Article courtesy of the Hon Keith Pitt MP Joint media release with Assistant Minister for Northern Australia Michelle Landry The Coalition Government is investing more than $4 billion in northern Australia to […]

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Integration roadmap for Top End grain

Article by Karla Keith courtesy of Grains research development Corporation   Key points A situational analysis on broadacre cropping by the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) has recently been […]

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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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Could Western Australia SECEDE from the rest of the nation? How nearly all of Australia’s $100BILLION iron ore exports come from WA – $38,000 per resident – and the state could easily pay its own way

Article by Stephen Johnson courtesy of the Daily Mail Online Two-thirds of Western Australians in 1933 voted to secede to form a new nation The British Parliament didn’t accept the result and […]

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