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Download Text  SHORTEN CAN’T ANSWER HOW MUCH LABOR’S RET WILL COST
15 February 2017
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has refused to answer how much his 50 per cent Renewable Energy Target (RET) will cost consumers despite being asked four times on ABC Radio this morning.   1)           Sabra Lane: ...
Download Text  LABOR EXPOSED ON SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BLACKOUT
10 February 2017
Labor’s strategy to blame the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) for Wednesday night’s blackout in South Australia has backfired. Tonight AEMO has issued a press release explicitly rejecting Labor’s claim that Pelican Point could only ...
Download Text  EMERGENCY HERITAGE LISTING FOR ST KILDA ROAD AND SURROUNDS
10 February 2017
The Federal Government has granted emergency heritage protection to St Kilda Road, including its famous tree-lined boulevard and surrounding environment, by adding it to the National Heritage List. The decision will provide interim protection to this ...
Download Text  LABOR’S “ALTERNATIVE FACTS” DON’T STACK UP ACCORDING TO ITSELF
9 February 2017
Labor’s Mark Butler has been caught fudging the facts to suit his own political needs on the most recent blackout in South Australia.     Despite the South Australian Government being the only one ...
Download Text  WHY WON’T LABOR DEFEND ITS 50% RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGET?
5 February 2017
At the last election just seven months ago the Labor Party took to the Australian people a policy which said “a Shorten Labor Government will ensure that 50 per cent of the nation’s electricity will ...
Download Text  GOVERNMENT TO ENHANCE ENERGY SECURITY THROUGH SUPPORT FOR LARGE-SCALE ENERGY STORAGE
1 February 2017
The nation’s energy security is set to be boosted with the Turnbull Government to provide support for large-scale storage through the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA).   In ...
Download Text  EIGHT NEW PROJECTS TO HELP SAVE OUR THREATENED SPECIES
25 January 2017
Eight new projects worth more than $475,000 will deliver a welcome New Year boost for threatened species such as the bilby, matchstick banksia, eastern barred bandicoot and brush-tailed rabbit-rat.    The projects build on ...
Download Text  Preschoolers learn languages through Government’s innovative ELLA program
12 January 2017
The Turnbull Government is committed to supporting language study in preschools and child care centres with the Early Learning Languages Australia (ELLA) Program.  ELLA is a series of interactive applications (apps), aimed at making language ...
Download Text  CONSULTATION BEGINS ON FUEL EMISSIONS
20 December 2016
The Ministerial Forum on Vehicle Emissions is seeking input from consumers and industry on vehicle emissions.   The Ministerial Forum was established in 2015 to examine the regulatory framework for vehicle emissions in Australia. Consultation will ...
Download Text  $124m REEF AUTHORITY FUNDING BOOST FOR TOWNSVILLE
20 December 2016
Australia’s lead management agency for the Great Barrier Reef will receive a $124 million funding boost over the next 10 years from the Turnbull Government. The funding commitment for the Townsville-based Great Barrier Reef Marine Park ...
Download Text  BUDGET SUPPORT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
19 December 2016
The Turnbull Coalition Government has committed to a major funding boost for the Great Barrier Reef, Antarctic research and management of our land and water resources.   The Government is making a significant investment in ...
Download Text  SIGNIFICANT REFORMS AGREED BY COAG ENERGY COUNCIL
14 December 2016
The COAG Energy Council has agreed to significant reforms to put downward pressure on electricity prices, streamline the consideration of interconnectors and reduce costs for gas users.   While consensus was not reached on the ...
Download Text  Australia On Track To Find The World's Oldest Antarctic Ice
12 December 2016
Australian and international scientists have identified potential sites to drill for the world’s oldest ice core, beyond a million years, in the Australian Antarctic Territory. An area at Dome C, 1100 kilometres inland from ...
Download Text  New Antarctic Accommodation facility at Australia's Casey Research Station
12 December 2016
Australia’s Casey research station will be able to support more scientists undertaking globally significant research with the opening of a new accommodation facility in Antarctica.  The East Wing is an extension to the main ...
Download Text  Next Generation to Name Antarctic Ship of the Future
7 December 2016
Children across the country will get the chance to be part of Australia’s Antarctic future, with a school competition to name the nation’s new state-of-the-art icebreaker to be held in term one of 2017. The competition ...
Download Text  Climate change review 2017
5 December 2016
The Turnbull Government is today releasing terms of reference for its review of climate change policies to be led by the Department of Environment and Energy in 2017.  It delivers on a commitment by ...
Download Text  Labor Shows its True Colour in Greens Alliance
29 November 2016
Labor’s sell-out of blue-collar workers in regional Australia in exchange for Green votes is now complete.Last month, Labor joined with the Greens in the Senate to establish an inquiry into policies that would “encourage retirement ...
Download Text  New Underwater Heritage Law Will Protect Even More of Our History
29 November 2016
Protection of Australia’s unique underwater heritage will be strengthened under new legislation to be introduced to Parliament next year.The Underwater Cultural Heritage Act will extend the protection currently afforded only to shipwrecks, plane wrecks, Indigenous ...
Download Text  World Heritage Centre update on Great Barrier Reef protection
25 November 2016
The Australian and Queensland Governments will next month update the World Heritage Centre on the significant progress being made through joint measures to protect and improve the Great Barrier Reef.Providing a status update to the ...
Download Text  $45 million to bolster protection of the Reef
25 November 2016
The Australian and Queensland Governments are investing $45 million in an Australian first to improve water quality and reduce sediment run-off across the Great Barrier Reef.The $45 million Great Barrier Reef Gully and Streambank Joint ...

 

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