What Australia does NOT need is an explosion of immigrants: SPA

Media release in response to Dominic Perrottet Sustainable Population Australia (SPA) emphatically rejects the call by new NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet for an explosion of new immigrants – a doubling of pre-Covid annual intakes over five years. The NSW Premier’s call is at odds with several learned economists, including Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe, Professor …

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Queensland environment groups call for moratorium on growth in SEQ (JUN)

Thursday, 14 June 2007 Environment groups meeting at Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast last Sunday, 10th June, called for a moratorium on Local Growth Management Strategies (LGMS’s) under the South East Queensland Regional Plan until after the local government elections in 2008, when local residents would have the chance to vote for candidates based …

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Generosity hides greed (NOV)

‘Both Labor and the Coalition simulate generosity to home buyers while deliberately, and with selfish motive, driving up house prices through rapid and forced population growth’ said Dr John Coulter today, commenting on the announced policies of both parties. ‘The various subsidies and handouts promised by both parties to would-be struggling home buyers will circulate …

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Government inaction on population growth is destroying South east Queensland (APR)

The inaction of the Queensland Government to implement stronger planning controls on population growth in South East Queensland is resulting in the destruction of the region’s many values say conservationists. A public forum titled “Populating the life out of paradise” held at Redlands IndigiScapes on Saturday, noted that SEQ’s population growth was unsustainable, resulting in …

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