MORRISON’S FAILURES THREATEN JOBS IN RESOURCES SECTOR
29 June 2021
The Morrison Government’s bungling of hotel quarantine and the vaccine rollout is now threatening to disrupt the nation’s most valuable export industry.
RESOURCES WORKERS SACRIFICED FOR BARNABY’S POWER TRIP
27 June 2021
The Morrison Government has delivered a slap in the face to mining and resources communities around Australia by dumping the portfolio from Cabinet.
LABOR AGREES TO RADIOACTIVE WASTE BILL AMENDMENTS
22 June 2021
Labor has agreed to support the Government’s amendments to the National Radioactive Waste Management Amendment Bill.
LABOR BACKS WTO ACTION ON WINE
19 June 2021
Labor supports the Morrison Government’s decision to refer China to the World Trade Organization over its decision to impose anti-dumping duties on Australia’s wine.
LABOR WELCOMES PROPOSED UK TRADE DEAL
16 June 2021
Labor welcomes the in-principle deal announced last night to progress a free-trade agreement between Australia and the United Kingdom.
PITT’S PLEDGE ON EXPORT MARKETS RINGS HOLLOW
07 May 2021
The Morrison Government’s poor record on trade diversification has again been highlighted by its announcement of a vague $20 million strategy to build new markets for Australian resources exports.
US BACKS COVID VACCINES PATENT WAIVER - AND AUSTRALIA SHOULD FOLLOW SUIT
06 May 2021
Labor welcomes the Biden Administration’s support for the waiver of intellectual property protections on COVID-19 vaccines and calls on the Morrison Government to follow suit.
MORRISON MUST ENSURE DEVELOPING NATIONS HAVE ACCESS TO VACCINES
30 April 2021
Labor calls on the Morrison Government to stop its obstruction and instead work cooperatively to explore all options that ensure developing nations can access safe, effective and affordable COVID-19 vaccines in a timely way, ahead of a meeting of the World Trade Organization today.
GOVT ACKNOWLEDGES OIL & GAS REGULATORY FAILURE AFTER $200M LIABILITY FALLS ON AUSTRALIAN TAXPAYER
09 April 2021
Labor welcomes the Morrison Government’s acknowledgement of serious and costly shortcomings in the regulatory system that cover the critical issue of how to ensure the proper and timely decommissioning of oil & gas infrastructure in Australian waters.
WHAT’S THE PLAN, DAN?
30 March 2021
Trade Minister Dan Tehan appears to be in denial over Australia’s worsening trade dispute with China and the thousands of jobs that are under threat as a result.