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  • senator.cherry@aph.gov.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 04/327 THURSDAY 29 APRIL 2004 SENATOR JOHN CHERRY AUSTRALIAN DEMOCRATS AGRICULTURE SPOKESPERSON SUGAR DEAL - SHORT TERM STOP GAP, BUT NO PLAN FOR FUTURE The Sugar
    Date: 29/04/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/RFCC6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • 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

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture Spokesperson th 27 February 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/108 Labor must end 'opportunistic' opposition to ethanol incentives for sugar The Australian Democrats have called on the Federal Labor Leader Mark Latham, who meets canegrowers in Cairns today, to reverse Labor's opportunistic opposition to assistance for
    Date: 27/02/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/IRSB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Spokesperson on Agriculture 9th February 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/055 Senate to probe “Sugar Trade” deception The Australian Democrats have described the Government’s failure to disclose its Agreement on sugar with the United States prior to the Queensland State Election as an appalling piece of political
    Date: 09/02/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3ULB6 - 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 18th February 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/092 Sugar: bargaining power, ethanol, environment and value adding must be in new package The Australian Democrats have called on the Beattie Government to drop its tough opposition to collective bargaining and arbitration for sugar farmers, and urged
    Date: 18/12/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/R2PB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture spokesperson 3 rd December, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/876 Nambour sugar mill closure highlights Government failure on sugar reform Today’s closure of the Moreton sugar mill at Nambour, without any alternative processor in place for the region’s 150 cane farmers, highlights the failure of leadership
    Date: 03/12/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/E9AB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture spokesperson September 24, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/688 Beattie sugar reforms will hurt cane farmers The Beattie Government’s sugar deregulation plan would hurt the interests of cane growers, reduce their bargaining power against their monopoly buyer mills and should be resisted by the Federal Government,
    Date: 24/09/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/CAHA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Agriculture spokesperson May 29, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/380 Queensland Govt risking sugar package funding with deregulation plan The Queensland Government is risking half of the $120 million Commonwealth sugar assistance program by continuing with its deregulation laws without Commonwealth agreement, the Australian Democrats have warned.
    Date: 29/05/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/49H96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

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