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Daniel Wild

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Four Year Terms Are A Bad Idea

Ideas & Liberty The Spectator Australia 24th February, 2017

The election of Donald Trump, the vote for Brexit, and the return of One Nation have all threatened the centre-right status quo, while on the left,...

Strip Greens of pointless funding

Energy | Daniel Wild
Courier Mail 5th October, 2016

After years of litigation, environmental activists have been dealt a terrible intellectual and legal blow by the Queensland Supreme Court:...

WA Labor's uranium ban sells the state short

Energy | Daniel Wild
The Spectator Australia 14th September, 2016

According to WA Labor's Plan for Jobs, ‘a McGowan Labor Government will free business from the burden of poor regulations'. Yet if elected WA...

Red tape is strangling Australia's primary resources industries

Economics & Deregulation | Daniel Wild
The Australian 15th August, 2016

The Palaszczuk government's proposed changes to native vegetation laws demonstrate how Australia's economic growth and prosperity is being held...

As a rule, bureaucracy is smothering agriculture

Economics & Deregulation | Daniel Wild
Weekly Times 10th August, 2016

The Productivity Commission's call to slash red tape across the agricultural sector is exactly what our farmers need. The recently released draft...

Local farmers, not distant regulators, are best placed to protect our environment

Food & Environment | Daniel Wild
Goondiwindi Argus 2nd August, 2016

Toobeah farmer John Norman's nightmare experience with red tape and excessive bureaucracy illustrates an issue many farmers face. It shouldn't have...

Tape tangle

Economics & Deregulation | Daniel Wild
Land 28th July, 2016

Cutting red-tape by adding red-tape: failed ecological central planning continues as the NSW government changes its native vegetation laws. Under...

Red tape strangling opportunity

Economics & Deregulation | Daniel Wild
Daily Telegraph 25th July, 2016

Australia is supposed to be the land of the fair go. When someone wants to take on a new challenge, most of us cheer them on. This spirit is one of...

The minimum wage is holding prisoners back when they leave jail

Economics & Deregulation | Daniel Wild
Sydney Morning Herald 27th May, 2016

Former prisoners have some of the worst health, economic and social outcomes of all Australians. Sixty-five per cent of former prisoners are still...

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