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NSW National Party invites coal seam/tight gas miner Metgasco Limited's managing director to its Tweed 2014 Christmas Party

November 4, 2014 - 00:17 -- Admin

Tweed Daily News 1 November 2014:METGASCO is coming to the Tweed – but only for one night.Peter Henderson, the controversial managing director of the CSG company that wants to mine near Lismore, will be the guest speaker at the Murwillumbah branch of the National Party’s Christmas dinner on November 26.Mr Henderson will speak about why the Tweed’s topography made CSG mining in the region unviable, according to National Party m

Australian Attorney-General George Brandis' data retention spin ignores a Court of Justice of the European Union judgment

November 4, 2014 - 00:16 -- Admin

At a press conference on 30 October 2014 Federal Attorney-General George Brandis stated:Data retention regimes currently operate in some 29 countries including most European countries and the United States.

A few facts you may not know about coal seam/tight gas exploration company Metgasco Limited in 2014

November 3, 2014 - 00:15 -- Admin

Metgasco Limited’s profile in the financial year 2013-14:* there were only 6,331 shareholders as at 30 June 2014* had 1,202,222 ordinary shares on offer on 30 June 2014 according to the company's 2013-14 annual report;* its largest shareholders were ERM Power (majority owned by the St Baker family) and the St Baker family of Queensland who held a total of 13.41% of the company’s fully paid ordinary shares;* held a 100% interest in three exploration licences on the NSW North Coast covering app

After spending tens of millions of taxpayers' dollars, Tony Abbott fails to land a killer blow on Julia Gillard

November 2, 2014 - 00:16 -- Admin

Tony Abbott became one of the true believers, convinced Gillard was corrupt or at least guilty of “something”. Abbott would tell colleagues he wouldn’t be surprised if Gillard “ended up in jail”. To place added pressure on the former PM, Abbott announced the Coalition, in government, would hold a judicial inquiry into the affair, adding other dodgy union deals such as the stinking mess of the Health Services Union.