Thursday, July 09, 2015

The World Has Gone Mad

China realises tha deaths outnumber births on Sydney's wealthy north shore

Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce says "the world has gone mad" after his own government approved the highly contentious Shenhua Watermark coal mine in his NSW electorate, despite his vehement protests.
Environment Minister Greg Hunt on Wednesday conditionally approved the $1.2 billion project, putting him at odds with his Nationals colleague who has previously decried the proposal by the Chinese government-owned firm as "an absurdity". Barnaby Joyce 

The NSW Farmers Association has called on Federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce to take the community's concerns over an open-cut coal mine on the Liverpool Plains to Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Take our fight to Tony Abbott, NSW farmers opposing Liverpool Plains open-cut coal mine tell Barnaby Joyce

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Should Barnaby worry about Tony? 

Should you worry about Tony Windsor?

Aust shares shaken on China fears Business Spectator