The Government bill, Local Land Services (Miscellaneous) Bill 2020, has been removed from the Parliamentary agenda today because the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party refuse to support the inferior legislation.
The Bill, introduced by the Minister for Agriculture, would have the Department of Environment play a pivotal role in the agriculture and timber industries by allowing for the sub categorisation of land, by regulation.
Inner-city Minister, Matt Kean's NSW Energy Infrastructure Roadmap will continue New South Wales' march towards an unreliable and higher cost energy network.
Speaking today after the release of the Policy, the leader of the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party, Robert Borsak believes this is a smoke and mirrors Policy.
Significant increases to environmental zones in rural and regional local government areas will impact the productivity of the agricultural and timber sectors, according to Shooters Fishers and Farmers MLC, Mark Banasiak.
The Government’s plan under Environment Minister Matt Kean to introduce a carbon tax will drive up taxation in the State whilst driving down economic activity, according to leader of the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party, Robert Borsak.
The Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party have today reacted to the Governments planned introduction of a gambling card saying low tech solutions should be the answer rather than fallible and hackable cloud-based solutions.
"This smart technology is no magic bullet to fix problem gambling addiction and behaviour in our State," said leader of the SFF, Robert Borsak.
Mark Banasiak, Upper House Member for the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party has this week moved amendments to the Local Land Services Act in response to the now infamous State Environment Protection Policy (Koala Habitat Protection).
The NSW Nationals threat to go to the crossbench over the Koala SEPP guidelines and new tree protection laws is more smoke and mirrors led by Clarence MP Chris Gulaptis and has now engulfed the whole party in a political charade, orchestrated by the Nationals leader John Barilaro.
Robert Borsak has called on the Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation, Kevin Anderson, who is the Minister responsible for greyhound racing and administration, to sack Greyhound Welfare and Integrity Commission’s (GWIC) CEO, following the disgraceful attack’s on greyhound owners for using horse meat.
Australian Governments are not known for giving its citizens more rights and liberties. They are more inclined to take them away and then sell them back to us as privileges and licenses. This trend must stop.