Agriculture

How Red Tape Makes Communities Less Safe In Times Of Fire
15 November 2023

How Red Tape Makes Communities Less Safe In Times Of Fire

In this article, Lachlan Clark contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into Australia’s level of red tape and how that affects Australia’s regional communities. For all the great activities we equate with the warmer months, the threat of bushfires lives deeply in the psyche of Australians, particularly in rural and regional communities. Yet again, we have witnessed
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Breaking Through Red Tape To Get The Crop In Once More
7 November 2023

Breaking Through Red Tape To Get The Crop In Once More

In this article, Lachlan Clark contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into Australia’s level of red tape and how that affects Australia’s regional communities. Just like some of the crops they grow, the grain farmers of the Goondiwindi region have proven themselves resilient in the face of unfavourable conditions. The conditions which determine how a particular crop
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Daniel Wild cross from Marnoo on the impact of net zero and transmission lines – 21 August 2023
22 August 2023

Daniel Wild cross from Marnoo on the impact of net zero and transmission lines – 21 August 2023

As part of the Institute of Public Affairs’ research tour of Victoria’s Central Highlands and Wimmera, Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild joined Amanda Stoker from Marnoo to highlight the impact proposed transmission lines will have on communities. These transmission lines are required to connect intermittent renewable energy sources demanded by net zero adherence. These projects will mean construction disruptions, environmental
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WA State Government Capitulation On Heritage Laws A Win For Common Sense And Fairness
5 August 2023

WA State Government Capitulation On Heritage Laws A Win For Common Sense And Fairness

“The decision to scrap the new, rushed cultural heritage laws is a win for West Australians who were completely ignored and bamboozled by inner-city elites who wanted to take control of private land by stealth,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. The Friday evening declaration by the Western Australian Government that its position on
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Daniel Wild On WA’s Cultural Heritage Laws And The Voice On Sky News Australia – 25 July 2023
25 July 2023

Daniel Wild On WA’s Cultural Heritage Laws And The Voice On Sky News Australia – 25 July 2023

Institute of Public Affairs’ Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild joined Peta Credlin to discuss the impact of Western Australia’s ill-conceived cultural heritage laws, red tape and the potential impact of the Voice to Parliament. WA Premier Roger Cook admitted in early July that “our Aboriginal cultural heritage laws do the same thing as the Voice.” These new laws mandate that
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WA Heritage Laws A Voice Warning To The Rest Of Australia
10 July 2023

WA Heritage Laws A Voice Warning To The Rest Of Australia

“Premier Cook’s admission his new cultural heritage laws only reflect what the Voice will do reinforces the community’s fear they are not being told about the repercussions of the proposed constitutional change,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. Over the weekend, Western Australia’s Premier, Roger Cook, made the startling admission that “our Aboriginal cultural
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Overregulation In Western Australia’s Agricultural Sector
29 June 2023

Overregulation In Western Australia’s Agricultural Sector

Farmers and agriculturalists have long been the backbone of Western Australia’s economy, history, and way of life. Some of Australia’s earliest and most significant pioneers, such as Sidney Kidman and the McDonald brothers, were key to the establishment of WA’s successful agricultural industries. Farmers in Western Australia are not immune to the economic challenges facing the nation today. These challenges
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West Australian Farmers Already Most Regulated – Heritage Laws To Make Bad Situation Worse
29 June 2023

West Australian Farmers Already Most Regulated – Heritage Laws To Make Bad Situation Worse

“Despite doing the heavy lifting on behalf of the nation, West Australian farmers are now the most heavily regulated in Australia, and, although now delayed, the new Aboriginal cultural heritage laws will only make a bad situation worse,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. Today, the Institute of Public Affairs has released new research
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Temporary Win For West Australian Farmers As Red Tape Assault Pushed Back
28 June 2023

Temporary Win For West Australian Farmers As Red Tape Assault Pushed Back

“The announcement today from the Western Australian Government that it will push back the implementation of sections of its new Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act is an admission of the substantial impact it will have on local communities,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. The IPA, which is continuing its research tour throughout the Great
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Daniel Wild Discussing Agricultural Tape From Katanning WA On Sky News Australia
26 June 2023

Daniel Wild Discussing Agricultural Tape From Katanning WA On Sky News Australia

On June 26, IPA Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild joined Peta Credlin to discuss agricultural red tape and regulation and how it affects the farming industry. All media appearances posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Peta Credlin: Well, that’s got a story that
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