nsw parliament koala inquiry

Your email address will not be published. You don’t have to listen to me, Catherine… but I’ll say it anyway … ‘get to hell out of the party you’re in’. Like all businesses we are struggling to keep food on the table of all our local and hard working journalists, artists, sales, delivery and drudges who keep the news coming out to you both in the newspaper and online. So he visited the Sutherland Shire last week to look for the PM. The Inquiry into Koala Populations and their Habitat in New South Wales recognised that the 1994 Koala SEPP had failed to adequately protect koalas and their habitat and ‘that the regulatory framework for private native forestry does not protect koala habitat on private land’. Yet the NSW Liberal Party have put forward the Local Land Services Amendment (Miscellaneous) bill 2020 that is not only a massive step backwards for koala protection in NSW, but also removes many other critical environmental protections on private land, according to Greens MP and Chair of the Inquiry into Koala Populations and their Habitat, Cate Faehrmann. It is an Orwellian stat of mind that arranges itself around convenient fictions and ignores established facts… [the] science is being sidelined and replaced by negotiation and politics. And what of the Prime Minister? The majority of koala habitat is on private lands and 99 per cent of that was unprotected. because it was too expensive to roster staff on, in a ward that "ran out" of morphine and paracetamol.Opposition leader Jodi McKay said a parliamentary inquiry was long overdue and slammed the state of regional healthcare as “appalling”.Loading. Having shown no such determination in protecting farming land and precious water supplies from mining and CSG companies, he would now stand up against those pesky koalas. Aslan Shand. ‘Poor Gladys’ indeed, a 100% POOR decision.from Not my Glazza. He was even reported to call them "tree rats. This is about people not getting the disease', it affects every cell in the body. Independent NSW MLC Justin Field has slammed the NSW Minister for Police and Emergency Services, David Elliott, for trying to rush controversial legislation that will allow the clearing of more than tens of thousands of hectares of bushland and Koala habitat as part of a flawed response to last Summer’s bushfires. All members of parliament are being called on to use their conscience and vote the bill down. The same old routine of say one thing publicly, then do another. It's unfortunate that koalas aren't cashed up donors to political parties, and they can't just arrange a meeting or pay a fee to gain access to a Minister's ear. It is now set to go before the Upper House. She is not so dumb that she can't read both Qld Emergency Powers rules that give control to Dr Young then read what Dr Young says in the same news media: Concerns over declining testing rates as NSW records just four new coronavirus casesNSW has recorded four new COVID-19 cases, including one locally acquired infection but health authorities are warning there's no room for complacency amid lower testing rates. Required fields are marked *, The changes that the National Party have demanded to the Koala. LucyCormack NSW Liberal / National Hatred of One Another Remains Stable nswpol. He is concerned about the impact of the koala legislation and you are going to ram it through. Corporate shills Flight Centre's owner Turner wants QLD CHO 'to learn to live with the virus' whereas Dr Young has been quoted today saying: 'It isn't just about people dying. He and his Environment Minister are currently weakening federal environment laws. He couldn't gain access to Scotty's office in Cronulla - he's not a local constituent, so he spent the day strolling the local mall and checking out waterfront property and telegraph poles, in case he and his koala cousins had to relocate when their bush homes disappear. He said he found it funny how they looked when they got the "irrits". The constant hypocrisy of our politicians is a bigger issue than koalas. He's pictured here at NSW Parliament House. He and his Environment Minister are currently weakening federal environment laws. In the face of widespread criticism, the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, who had overseen these failed polices and increased land clearing and development where koalas live, announced that she wanted to be "known as the Premier who saved the koala". They both had the support (and many photo opportunities) with the NSW Planning Minister, Rob Stokes. This bill has already passed through the NSW Legislative Assembly. So he visited the Sutherland Shire last week to look for the PM. NSW coronavirus statistic could force Qld borders to reopenAs Queensland’s chief medical officer hits back at criticism over keeping the border closed, NSW has recorded a promising reason why it should open. Ben Franklin needs to be held to account. 9News Welp there goes my plans for moving to NSW. . It's one we can't afford to lose. He was even reported to call them "tree rats." ‘The updated Koala SEPP has been years in the making, but now all that hard work has been scrapped to appease the National Party and the powerful timber and farming lobbies.’. Have your say in the form below and if you love local news don't forget to subscribe. ‘At a time when koala populations are crashing, with climate change induced droughts and fires decimating survivors, and predictions of extinction in the wild by 2050, it is reprehensible that the Berejiklian government is changing the rules to remove protection for core koala habitat so as to allow it to be logged and cleared indiscriminately,’ says Mr Pugh. And make no mistake, all life on earth depends on healthy ecosystems. John Barilaro represents the bush/farmers. Under cover of ‘The Dazza and Glazza Show’ our Koala friends getting the chop, literally. So sad for NSW. Analysis of the bill by the Environmental Defenders Office has found that the bill allows for: unregulated land clearing of koala habitat not already identified in rural areas; the prevention of expanded koala habitat protection on private farmland into the future; and the exemption of Private Native Forestry operations from important development consents, with their durations doubled from 15 to 30 years. 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