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  • senator.cherry@democrats.org.au www.democrats.org.au News releases can also be sent by email. Please advise us if you want to join the email distribution list. DEMOCRATS MEDIA RENEWABLE ENERGY, ETHANOL COULD ADD UP TO 60% TO RURAL INCOMES Fixing the Federal Government’s Mandatory Renewable Energy Target (MRET) and promoting ethanol production could add
    Date: 28/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/244C6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • DEMOCRATS MEDIA VICTORIAN FOUR YEAR GM BAN 'APPROPRIATE' The four year ban on the commercialisation of Genetically Modified (GM) canola, announced by the Victorian Government today, is entirely appropriate given the uncertainty of the environmental and economical effects on GM crops according to the Australian Democrats. Democrats Agriculture Spokesperson Senator
    Date: 25/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/FG1C6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • DEMOCRATS MEDIA POLLIES SUPER PLAN FAILS COMMUNITY STANDARDS TEST The Government proposals to impose the new politicians' superannuation scheme only on new MPs and not existing MPs, fails to meet the benchmark of ensuring that MPs were paid in line with community standards, according to the Australian Democrats. Democrat Superannuation
    Date: 23/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/1M0C6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture Spokesperson March 17 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/186 GM crop trials should be put on hold until environmental effects properly assessed The Australian Democrats have called for the broadacre trials of genetically modified crops planned for New South Wales and Victoria to be put on
    Date: 17/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/SVZB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Australian Democrats Press Releases Senator John Cherry Democrats Senator for Queensland Australian Democrats spokesperson for Communications Dated: 16 March 2004 Press Release Number: 04/184 Portfolio: Communications Cash-strapped ABC forced to spend $195,000 on Alston political vendetta Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson Senator John Cherry said, in response to a Question on
    Date: 16/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/QSXB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation spokesperson 15 th March 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/182 Latham’s regressive superannuation plan Mark Latham's plan to cut the contribution tax on superannuation is regressive and would massively favour high income earners, according to the Australian Democrats In today's superannuation policy launch, Opposition Leader Mark
    Date: 15/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/CUXB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Superannuation spokesperson Australian Democrats th 14 March, 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/180 Super co-contribution extension good news, but Govt should go further The extension of the $920 million Low Income Earners Superannuation Co-contribution to workers earning less than $450 a month is great news, but the Government needs
    Date: 14/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/PYXB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Employment Spokesperson th 11 March 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/170 More unemployment, more casual underemployment The official unemployment rate of 5.9% massively understates the level of unemployment and underemployment in Australia and should not let the Government off the hook on its failure to get Australia
    Date: 11/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2JWB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture spokesperson th 10 March 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 04/160 Quarantine standards being compromised on invasive species The Australian Democrats have rejected Agriculture Minister Warren Truss's assertion that the Howard Government will continue a conservative approach to quarantine standards on invasive species, pointing to a huge
    Date: 10/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/X0WB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture spokesperson 7th March 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/142 New loophole for invasive weeds in US Free ould lead to pressure on Australia to water down our already lax tructive diseases, uld place all t; something that ed to provide a e negotiated resolution of quarantine
    Date: 07/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/GZVB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson June 26, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/463 Senate set to inquire into broadband pricing and competition The Senate today approved an inquiry into the pricing and competition of broadband access in Australia by the Environment & Communications References Committee. Committee Chair and Democrats’ Communications
    Date: 26/06/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/8SP96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Communications spokesperson Australian Democrats October 27, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/776 Telstra Sale not in public interest The full sale of Telstra fails the Howard Government’s own test of not supporting privatisation unless ‘it is demonstrably in the public interest’, with the regulatory system failing to deliver competition,
    Date: 27/10/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/8TQA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Spokesperson for Communications th 30 September 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/698 Senate Committee told Australia “not ready” for Telstra Sale On the first day of the Senate Inquiry into the sale of Telstra, the Committee has been told Australia is not ready for the full privatisation,
    Date: 30/09/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/8VIA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture Spokesperson 5th February 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/048 Sugar - Beattie must start listening The Beattie Government’s radical de-regulation of the sugar industry will hurt the interests of Queensland canegrowers and is contrary to the Premier’s long standing opposition to national competition policy reform, say
    Date: 05/02/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/8WKB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture Spokesperson June 27, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/471 Wheat Export Authority to be subject to independent inquiry The Wheat Export Authority and the wheat export monopoly of the AWBI it oversees will be the subject of an independent review after the Senate supported Democrat amendments
    Date: 27/06/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/8XQ96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

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