Big fence delivers Victoria’s Glenelg River national prize

Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for the Environment Simon Birmingham has congratulated the Glenelg River project on winning the 2013 Australian Riverprize.   Senator Birmingham presented the prize to the Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority at the 16th International Riversymposium in Brisbane.   “In undertaking this project farming families in the Glenelg River Basin, south…

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AM Agenda, Sky News – First Abbott Ministry; Murray-Darling Basin reform; foreign investment; Clive Palmer

  KIERAN GILBERT: One Liberal Senator has described Tony Abbott’s new Cabinet as shocking and an embarrassment over the fact that there’s only one woman in Tony Abbott’s inner circle. The Australian of the Year, Ita Buttrose, says it’s proof that the glass ceiling is still well and truly in effect in Australia. Coming up…

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Capital Hill, ABC News 24 – First Abbott Ministry; the Coalition’s commitment to abolish the carbon tax; Labor leadership

  LYNDAL CURTIS: Joining us today for our political panel is South Australian Senator Simon Birmingham from the Liberal Party and, from Perth, Labor Senator Louise Pratt. Welcome to you both.   SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Good afternoon, Lyndal.   LOUISE PRATT: Good afternoon.   LYNDAL CURTIS: Now, Simon, we’ll start with you because you will be…

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Coalition’s Northern Adelaide solar town project

  A Federal Coalition Government, if elected, will commit $300,000 to a Northern Adelaide solar town project, Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment Simon Birmingham said today.   Senator Birmingham said the Coalition would allocate a total of $300,000 intended for organisations within the Cities of Playford and Salisbury, following representations from Liberal candidates Tom…

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Mornings, 891 ABC Adelaide – Senate election 2013; the Coalition’s commitment to abolish the carbon tax; the Coalition’s Northern Adelaide solar town project; Parliamentary superannuation

  SPENCE DENNY: … there is a lot of interest in the outcome of the vote for the Senate. Much of the Coalition’s policy really does hinge on control of the Upper House and, wow, it is quite an extraordinary situation that there are so many candidates this year that the Electoral Commission is actually…

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Pyne-Birmingham-Williams – Liberals deliver for Glenelg foreshore redevelopment

  Liberal Candidate for Hindmarsh Matt Williams announced today that an incoming Coalition Government will deliver $500,000 towards the Glenelg Foreshore redevelopment.   “Our funding commitment means that the ‘Activating Glenelg Foreshore’ project will go ahead if the Coalition is elected on Saturday,” Mr Williams said.   The project, which would be jointly funded with…

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