The Darling River is more than just a river, it’s a representation of our history and the world that was made before us. Maintaining the ecological balance of our rivers is not just an act of good deed, it is a responsibility!Read more
Spread the word, put in your staff notice board, hand out to family and friends, up to you!
Independent Candidate for the Electorate of Tamworth, Mark Rodda, has said that without knowing the potential harmful impacts to groundwater aquifers, moments from an election and without critical scientific information, the NSW Liberal and National Coalition, acting as the consent authority, has issued a preliminary “building approval” for the Shenhua mine at Breeza.Read more
The NSW Sports Minister Stuart Ayres has announced that the NSW Government will knock down the 30-year-old Sydney Allianz stadium and rebuild it at a cost to the NSW taxpayer of over $730 million dollars. This from a Government which claims to be fiscally responsible.Read more
Thursday, December 13 2018
Anti-Nat campaigners raided: What a surprise!
NSW State Electoral Commission officers have raided the Mudgee home office of AnyoneButNats on the back of ‘unspecified’ complaints made by ‘unspecified complainants’.
That is, the Electoral Commission has acted on request from undisclosed person(s) whose interests appear to coincide with those of the Nats, who are under growing threat from a community that is enraged sufficiently to change the way they vote on March 23 next year, tipping some of the Nats out of office in the process.Read more
TAMWORTH’S state candidates have lined up to slam the governments latest Shenhua decision, however sitting Nationals MP Kevin Anderson has remained silent.
Just before Christmas, the NSW government quietly modify the development consent for the Liverpool Plains project, which allows the coal mining company to commence pre-construction works before it has submitted studies on the mine’s impacts on groundwater.
An NSW government minister has been accused of snubbing farmers and residents gathered in the state’s far-west to confront him over an environmental “disaster” that is believed to have killed up to a million fish.
Fisheries and Regional Water Minister Niall Blair traveled to Menindee, near Broken Hill, on Wednesday to investigate the algal blooms responsible for the mass fish deaths, including the large and critically-endangered Murray cod.Read more
Monday, January 14 2019
SECRET DOCUMENT: GOVERNMENT KNEW THEIR WATER POLICY WOULD CAUSE FISHKILL
The NSW Liberal-Nationals were warned in confidential documents written in 2012 that their changes to water usage rules could cause significant damage to the Murray Darling and kill fish.
This revelation comes after an environmental catastrophe that has seen up to one million fish –some now say more – which have died on the Darling River. This fish kill stands as the largest in Australian history.Read more
Monday, January 14 2019
REAL SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL GROWTH
Ensuring the Dubbo electorate has the support it needs for regional growth and investment is paramount in my endeavour to produce results as I campaign to become your independent representative. Several initiatives are currently in place to highlight the wonderful areas we have in this electorate; however, funding has been made scarce over time and we risk losing the full potential these organisations have to offer.Read more