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Communist China Waging ‘Shadow Trade War’ on Australia

Breitbart London | breitbart.com Biting new Chinese trade tariffs have stoked fears that Australia’s virus-weakened economy is being targeted for political retribution and the two countries may be sliding into a shadow trade war. Since Canberra pointedly demanded an investigation … Continue reading

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Alan Jones – Coal Seam Gas – National Press Club Address

On October 19, 2011 at the National Press Club in Canberra Australia, Alan Jones delivered this address; “Australia’s national Interest — Food security and the protection of the Australian regional way of life.”

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Taxing Termites, Wetlands, Volcanoes and Sacred Cows?

Anthony Watts WUWT UPDATE: The image previously displayed has been replaced with a more accurate representation – previous pinnacle image was misidentified as a termite mound in the Zemanta suggested images offered by WordPress.com to bloggers. Letter to the Editor … Continue reading

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The impact of CSG

Alan Watt 2GB Alan Jones speaks with Debbie Orr from Queensland about the impact of coal seam gas mining. Listen to the podcast

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The fight against coal seam gas mining continues

Alan Jones 2GB Alan Jones speaks with anti-CSG mining activist Drew Hutton about the fight to preserve farming land. Listen to the podcast

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Not just big firms to pay carbon tax

Ben Packham The Australian CITY councils, water authorities, a university and Melbourne’s glitzy Crown Casino are among at least 250 entities to pay the carbon tax from July 1. The list of liable companies, released today, is dominated by big … Continue reading

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Farmer Anne Bridle on coal seam gas mining

Alan Jones 2GB Alan Jones speaks with farmer Anne Bridle about coal seam gas mining. Listen to the podcast

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Palmer says green groups funded by CIA

Malcolm Farr The West Mining magnate Clive Palmer has accused the United States government of funding environmental group Greenpeace via the CIA to undermine Australia’s coal mining sector. Mr Palmer made the extraordinary claim over Greenpeace’s plan to use the … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season of fulminant fruitiness

BioEdge Newspapers have their “silly season” of shock-horror absurdities in the slow news summer months. How about bioethics journals? When two very loopy articles surface in peer-reviewed journals in as many weeks, it’s clearly February and March. First there was … Continue reading

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Qlders get first crack at Indian mine

Stirling Hinchliffe Morning Bulletin BREAKING 2pm: Mines Minister Stirling Hinchliffe says he has  sent a clear message to an Indian billionaire that as many Queenslanders as possible should work on his proposed $10b mine near Clermont. A $10.1 billion Carmichael … Continue reading

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