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Industrial Development on the Burrup

Senator Ludlam asked the minister representing the Minister for the Environment, in writing, on 12 November 2013:

With reference to the Australian Government's approval for construction of the Burrup Nitrates technical ammonium nitrate production facility (EPBC 2008/4546, 14 September 2011) and industrial development on the Burrup:

(1) Has construction commenced; if so;

(a) have conditions in Section 8a and 8b, regarding the provision of fencing and signage been met; if so, can a copy be provided of the documentation;

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Staffing cuts in heritage

Scott Ludlam 12 Sep 2013

Budget Estimates, May 2013

WHMD - staffing

(29/05/13)

Senator Ludlam asked:

Senator LUDLAM: I do not want to traverse ground that Senator Waters covered yesterday if it is already on the record. I am specifically interested in the heritage side of the portfolio. Is it possible to carve out how many fewer people are working on heritage post budget than before, or is that not possible?

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World Heritage Listing for the Burrup

Scott Ludlam 6 Aug 2013

Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications
Legislation Committee

Answers to questions on notice
Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities portfolio

Budget Estimates, May 2013

Topic:

World Heritage Listing for the Burrup

Senator Ludlam asked:

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Conservation of Australia's Heritage

Scott Ludlam 2 Jun 2013

Budget Estimates Wednesday 29 May - Environment and Communications Committee

Senator LUDLAM: I have a couple of general questions on the heritage portfolio. I want to start with some quick true or false answers. I will work my way through the budget papers and you can tell me if I am reading them right. Staff cuts in environment regulation and heritage from 588 to 540? Staff cuts in the environment regulation and heritage area were from 588 to 540. Does that sound about right?

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Community rallies to save Old Boot Factory at Bondi Junction

GreensMPs 29 Apr 2013

WHAT: Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon, NSW Greens MP David Shoebridge and Waverley Greens Councillor Dominic Wy Kanak will speak at a community rally to save the last free standing heritage building in Bondi Junction, the Old Boot Factory, from demolition by Waverley Council. The Council is due to vote on a demolition motion tonight.

WHERE: Outside Waverley Council Chambers, Corner of Bondi Road and Paul Street, Bondi Junction

WHEN: 5:30pm, TODAY 29 April 2013

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The Burrup - a World Monuments too precious to lose

Scott Ludlam 7 Feb 2013

Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications
Legislation Committee
Answers to questions on notice
Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities portfolio
Supplementary Budget Estimates, October 2012
Program: Division or Agency: 5.1: HWD Question
No:
141
Topic: World Monuments
Proof Hansard Page and Date
or Written Question:
Written
Senator Ludlam asked:

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Yara Pilbara's compliance with EPBC

Scott Ludlam 7 Feb 2013

Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications
Legislation Committee
Answers to questions on notice
Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities portfolio
Supplementary Budget Estimates, October 2012
Program: Division or Agency: 5.2: EACD Question
No: 156

Topic: Yara Pilbara's compliance with EPBC
Proof Hansard Page and Date
or Written Question: Written

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National Heritage Strategy

Scott Ludlam 15 Jan 2013

Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications
Legislation Committee
Answers to questions on notice
Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities portfolio
Supplementary Budget Estimates, October 2012
Program: Division or Agency: 5.1: HWD Question
No: 130
Topic: National Heritage Strategy

Senator Ludlam asked:
1. Further to 95 submissions being received by 15 June 2012, please outline the expected timeline from here and when it is expected that the Strategy will be released.

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