New Umpire to Sort Resources Disputes


Landholders and resources companies are a step closer to having a new independent umpire to help resolve disputes over their negotiated agreements following legislation introduced into State Parliament. Minister Natural Resources and Mines Anthony Lynham told Parliament that the new Land Access … [Read more...]

Animal Movement Records Reminder

camp draft

Event time has rolled around in the South West regions and Police are reminding those attending events (camp drafts, rodeos, barrel races etc.) that they must ensure that movements forms are completed and lodged correctly. Sergeant Glen Arrold says every time a horse (or other designated animal) … [Read more...]

Ackland Mine Extension a Step Closer


The Acland open-cut coal mine has now been granted Federal Government approval. Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg has given the $900 million Project the all clear, however developers New Hope say they still are waiting on state approvals and the outcome of a legal challenge in the Land Court … [Read more...]

Charges Laid over Linc


Former chief executive and Linc Energy company founder Peter Bond, is one of five executives today charged by the Queensland Government with environmental offences over the contamination of prime farmland in the Darling Downs. Bond already has three earlier charges pending. Donald Schofield, … [Read more...]