Rural Live TV, Australia Live TV – Resignation of Murray-Darling Basin Authority chairman, Basin reform process

  WILL GOODINGS: … someone with quite strong opinions on this matter and others is Senator Simon Birmingham for South Australia. Senator, welcome to the program.   SIMON BIRMINGHAM: G’day, Will, pleasure to be here.   WILL GOODINGS:  Simon, can you tell us your reaction to Mike Taylor stepping aside.   SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Well, look, I feel very…

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Melbourne Talk Radio (MTR1377) – Water infrastructure and buyback spending, resignation of Murray-Darling Basin Authority chairman

  GLENN RIDGE:  It’s been reported that over the past year something like $750 million more have been spent on water buybacks than was originally earmarked, while something like 300 million less than was budgeted for was directed to water saving infrastructure. The thing which hit me was as at October, as in two months ago,…

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Afternoon Live, ABC News 24 – Nuclear energy debate, Coalition policies, National Accounts figures

  ALI MOORE: The Federal Opposition says the internal debate within Labor over nuclear energy shows the Prime Minister is losing control of the party. For more on where this debate may go we’re joined by political correspondent Lyndal Curtis, who’s talking to Labor MP Michael Danby and Liberal Senator Simon Birmingham.   LYNDAL CURTIS: Michael Danby and…

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