Dr Chris Back - Liberal Senator for Western Australia

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Radio interview - animal cruelty

March 4, 2015

To listen to Senator Chris Back discuss his legislation with Robbie Buck, click on the following link -  Interview with Robbie Buck: You can download the interview here: [mp3 5MB] Interview with Robbie Buck ... Read more »

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September 4, 2014

Senator BACK (Western Australia) (15:21): Forty-three years as a veterinary surgeon enables me to give Senator Cameron a bit of advice, which is that if you flog a dead horse often enough, it still remains dead. What Senator Cameron seems to have overlooked is that 12 months ago this weekend the people of Australia, in 150 electorates around t... ... Read more »

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The need to review project management of infrastructure projects in Australia

June 23, 2014

Senator Chris Back urges the Government to look at wastage in major infrastructure projects and to assess their economic, environmental and social sustainability. Projects should be aligned with state priorities and of national importance.  Watch the Senate speech here ... Read more »

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Interview with Hon Julie Bishop and Brad Teys, CEO Teys Australia

August 21, 2013

InterviewJULIE BISHOP I’m delighted to be here in Beenleigh in the electorate of Forde with the local member Bert van Manen and with Bradley Teys to visit here at the Tey’s Meat Processing Plant. The issue of concern here at Teys is the fact that the Labor Government has failed to enter into Free Trade Agreements with some of our tr... ... Read more »

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Manufacturing reform fights a laboured mentality

August 21, 2013

By Brad Teys  CEO of Teys Australia Each time an Australian factory closes, we collectively lament the death of local manufacturing while politicians invariably declare they’ll do something to protect Australian jobs. Unfortunately platitudes don’t change circumstances. Only real reform of our nation’s manufacturing etho... ... Read more »

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Destination of exploration funds - on Australian vs Global projects.

August 7, 2013

  From this graph it is quite clear that investment in Australian projects is disappearing  and going to global proijects In short, this means  there are few Australian projects now in the pipeline in contrast to    years ago   ... Read more »

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How our debt has grown

August 7, 2013

Why waste millions on complex election campaigns....  See the graph below ... Read more »

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IPA: Canberra council grab a disaster for democracy and rates

May 15, 2013

"Constitutional recognition of local government will lead to a federal takeover of local laws, lead to rate increases, expansion of bad and petty laws and corrode Australian democracy," said Tim Wilson, policy director at free market think tank, the Institute of Public Affairs. The Institute of Public Affairs is strongly opposed to constitution... ... Read more »

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Live export - 20,000 leagues of incompetence

May 13, 2013

Live export - 20,000 leagues of incompetence Trent Thornton,  McCullough Robertson, Lawyers 13 May 2013 Recently, it was announced that the Federal Government would provide a one-off $21.6 million payment to the Disney Corporation to attract the filming of the Hollywood movie ’20,000 Leagues under the Sea’ to Australia. ... ... Read more »

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May 8, 2013

 Australian, Page: 28 By STEVE SARGENT Tuesday, 7 May 2013 IN Australia we are acutely aware of the need to boost our productivity. Productivity is the ultimate engine of economic growth, a key driver of higher incomes and better living standards. This challenge is at the forefront of both government and business leaders&rsqu... ... Read more »

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