Daniel Burdon

Daniel Burdon
  • Joined: Nov 2010
  • published: 482

Published a story 3:47pm Apr 25th

THE nation’s largest oil recycler, which employs 160 people in Gladstone and Wagga, is facing collapse.

Oil recycler faces collapse in face of proposed subsidy cut

25 Apr 2014

THE nation’s largest oil recycler, which employs 160 people in Gladstone and Wagga, is facing collapse.

Published a story 6:44am Apr 25th

THOSE who neglected their duties regarding the bund wall in Gladstone Harbour must be held accountable, an engineering firm has told the government's inquiry.

Hold people accountable for bund wall, firm tells inquiry

25 Apr 2014

THOSE who neglected their duties regarding the bund wall in Gladstone Harbour must be held accountable, an engineering firm has told the government's inquiry.

Published a story 9:08pm Apr 24th

MORE than $2.5 billion could be spent paying Australia’s heavy industries to reduce their carbon emissions to meet the Abbott government’s target.

More than $2.5 billion to pay industry to reduce carbon

24 Apr 2014

MORE than $2.5 billion could be spent paying Australia’s heavy industries to reduce their carbon emissions to meet the Abbott government’s target.

Published a story 5:08pm Apr 24th

THE Abbott government has set aside $40 million for a Great Barrier Reef trust to help improve the World Heritage icon, but environmentalists are wary.

Environmentalists wary of $40 million Barrier Reef Trust

24 Apr 2014

THE Abbott government has set aside $40 million for a Great Barrier Reef trust to help improve the World Heritage icon, but environmentalists are wary.

Published a story 3:46pm Apr 24th

CUTS to the aged pension are likely to form the centrepiece of the Commission of Audit’s 86 recommendations.

Pension cuts likely centrepiece to Audit's recommendations

24 Apr 2014

CUTS to the aged pension are likely to form the centrepiece of the Commission of Audit’s 86 recommendations.

Published a story 9:30am Apr 24th

CUTS to the aged pension will likely to form the centrepiece of the Commission of Audit’s 86 recommendations, when Treasurer Joe Hockey releases the report.

Joe Hockey signals cuts to pensions, upfront GP payments

24 Apr 2014

CUTS to the aged pension will likely to form the centrepiece of the Commission of Audit’s 86 recommendations, when Treasurer Joe Hockey releases the report.

Published a story 4:30pm Apr 23rd

PROSPECTIVE university students from regional areas could be left behind if caps on higher education fees are removed.

Free market university fees will hurt regional students

23 Apr 2014

PROSPECTIVE university students from regional areas could be left behind if caps on higher education fees are removed.

Published a story 4:53pm Apr 22nd

PRESSURE is building on the Abbott government to release a report on the Manus Island riot that left an asylum seeker dead.

New footage adds pressure to release Manus Is riot report

22 Apr 2014

PRESSURE is building on the Abbott government to release a report on the Manus Island riot that left an asylum seeker dead.

Published a story 4:12pm Apr 22nd

AUSTRALIANS visiting their GPs could soon expect to be charged a $6 fee for each visit, up to 12 each year, under a reported budget decision.

Reports $6 GP co-payment to be announced in federal budget

22 Apr 2014

AUSTRALIANS visiting their GPs could soon expect to be charged a $6 fee for each visit, up to 12 each year, under a reported budget decision.

Published a story 2:49pm Apr 22nd

A STALEMATE is emerging between the Abbott government and Sunshine Coast MP Clive Palmer over the government’s key promises to repeal the carbon and mining taxes.

Abbott and Palmer stalemate on carbon and mining taxes

22 Apr 2014

A STALEMATE is emerging between the Abbott government and Sunshine Coast MP Clive Palmer over the government’s key promises to repeal the carbon and mining taxes.

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