Red Tape

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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IPA Tour Of South-West Western Australia To Discuss Impact Of Red Tape On Farming Communities
26 June 2023

IPA Tour Of South-West Western Australia To Discuss Impact Of Red Tape On Farming Communities

“Western Australia does the heavy lifting on behalf of the nation when it comes to agriculture and resources, yet is increasingly burdened with productivity killing red tape, which is set to be made worse with the commencement of cultural heritage laws,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. This week, the IPA will visit Katanning,
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John Story Discussing Victoria’s SEC on Sky News Australia
24 June 2023

John Story Discussing Victoria’s SEC on Sky News Australia

On June 23, IPA Deputy Director of Legal Rights John Storey joined Peta Credlin to discuss Victoria’s SEC on unreliable energy. 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: Joining me now to discuss that and more, the Director of
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POLL: Australians Call For Migration Pause; Infrastructure Must Come First
1 May 2023

POLL: Australians Call For Migration Pause; Infrastructure Must Come First

“Australians pride themselves as welcoming and tolerant, however they recognise infrastructure and housing has not kept pace with a rapid and unsustainable expansion to migration,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. The Federal Government’s migration review, recently released by Minister for Home Affairs Clare O’Neil, failed to address key issues, such as migration growth
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Australians Are Ready, Willing, and Able to Work – Let Them!
11 April 2023

Australians Are Ready, Willing, and Able to Work – Let Them!

In this article, Daniel Wild contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into Australia’s worker shortage crisis and how that affects Australia’s economic freedom and prosperity. The IPA has been dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of economic freedom through research and analysis since its inception in 1943. Australian families are feeling the pinch of the cost-of-living
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Federal Government Makes Bad Policy Worse With Safeguard Mechanism Concessions
27 March 2023

Federal Government Makes Bad Policy Worse With Safeguard Mechanism Concessions

“The Federal Government’s deal with the Greens to pass its safeguard mechanism reform through parliament will only put further upward pressure on energy prices, risk gas supplies, and destroy jobs in regional Australia,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. The radical concessions agreed to today by the Federal Government from the Greens include a
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Failure on the Horizon
21 March 2023

Failure on the Horizon

In this article, Saxon Davidson contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into energy security conducted as part of the IPA’s Net Zero Program. The IPA’s Net Zero Program aims to research the various ways net zero policies negatively affect Australia’s energy security, national security capabilities, and household electricity prices. The consequence of Daniel Andrews’ constitutional ban on
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Queensland’s Green Tape Crisis – An Analysis Of The Growth Of Queensland’s Environmental Bureaucracy And Agricultural Sector
12 December 2022

Queensland’s Green Tape Crisis – An Analysis Of The Growth Of Queensland’s Environmental Bureaucracy And Agricultural Sector

Agriculture is the backbone of Queensland’s economy. Along with resources and tourism, the agricultural sector is critical in supporting the development of the fastest growing state in Australia. Agriculture embodies the values of hard work, risk-taking and entrepreneurship: the values which are central to the Australian way of life. Farmers, graziers and stockmen are an inextricable part of the Australian
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