Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party MLC Mark Banasiak will be moving amendments to legislation that will ensure Crown Land, like National Parks and State Parks, share the costs to repair and replace shared boundary fences taken down in natural disasters.
A probity report that was found by the Auditor General to not follow process or procedure was used by this Government as a means to justify the commercial fishing reform that has decimated fishing businesses along the New South Wales coast.
Barry and Heather Elliot of Wallis Lake with the Commercial Fishing petition tabled in Parliament by SFF Phil Donato, Member for Orange
A permanent bushfire control watchdog must be established to make recommendations publicly on the science and practical requirements of bushfire control and hazard reduction, says Leader of the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party Robert Borsak.
Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson’s $20 million plus election promise to upgrade local roads is proving to be empty as he defers the upgrade in favour of funding an “expert panel” to conduct a review, says Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party MLC Mark Banasiak.
Recreational fishers have been left out of the consultation process following a DPI decision to extend crab trapping in the Clarence River according to Shooters Fishers and Farmers MLC Mark Banasiak.
NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro has now made more threats to withdraw from the Murray Darling Basin Plan than John Farnham has done farewell tours, says SFF Murray MP Helen Dalton.
Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party Leader, Robert Borsak is supporting the Sydney Speedway and their fight against the compulsory acquisition of their current site by Government.
Sydney Speedway representatives were told in October that the site they have occupied for 42 years would be required as mustering yards for the M4 Western Motorway and had to relocate.
Leader of the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party, Robert Borsak, will today move a notice of motion to introduce a bill giving residents with homes neighbouring National Parks and Reserves should have the right to back burn, creating fire breaks to protect their properties, houses, stock, fencing and machinery.
In an Australian first, the SFF moved amendments to guarantee a Right to Farm for all farms and business dealing with animals or animal products. This includes: sales yards, feed lots, abattoirs, butchers, rodeos, circuses, timber mills etc.