GLADSTONE – MORE ABOUT MONEY THAN ANYTHING SUBSTANTIAL

Council settles with fraction of claim for Arrow LNG plant Comments (13) »  GLADSTONE OBSERVER James McGrath 31st Oct 2013 5:00 AM   Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt with Western Basin Dredging and Disposal Project Leader Peter O’Sullivan and GPC … Continue reading

GREAT BARRIER REEF BOARD AND ITS CURIOUS LINKS ABC TRANSCRIPT

THE GREAT BARRIER REEF BOARD AND FOUNDATION SHOULD BE SUBJECTED TO A ROYAL COMMISSION Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 29/10/2013 Reporter: Conor Duffy As the Great Barrier Reef battles to keep its World Heritage listing, evidence suggests its board hasn’t followed … Continue reading

GREAT BARRIER REEF – PROBE INTO BOARD MEMBERS WILL NOT DELAY PROJECT DECISIONS

Project decisions will be made before board probe is done 30th Oct 2013 11:35 AM James Mcgrath, GLADSTONE OBSERVER Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt and Flynn MP Ken O’Dowd speak to journalists in Gladstone. Mike Richards FEDERAL Environment Minister Greg … Continue reading

GREAT BARRIER REEF – 30 million cubic metres on the line for ADANI/Abbot Point

North Queensland Bulk Ports in swipe at environmentalists Comments (1) » Owen Jacques 30th Oct 2013 10:23 AM ON A map, it is a tiny sliver of brown against a sea of blue. But this tiny dash represents 30 million cubic … Continue reading

GREAT BARRIER REEF MARINE PARK AUTHORITY BOARD – OBEID LINKS

Inquiry ordered into agency charged with protecting reef Comments (1) » 30th Oct 2013 8:08 AM AN inquiry has been ordered into the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority after revelations that board members held interests in companies that could … Continue reading

Conservation groups hold crisis meeting to stop handover of approvals

Aerial view of sand mining

Conservation crisis meeting to stop Abbott Government moves to hand over environmental decision making to the states. Lenore Taylor, political editor theguardian.com, Monday 28 October 2013 14.16 AEST Environment groups are holding an emergency meeting in Sydney on Monday to plan … Continue reading