3040. Hon Ken Travers to the minister representing the Minister for Transport – I refer to the Fremantle Port Rail Service for the 2010-11 financial year, and ask —
(1) What is the subsidy that will be paid for each container moved by rail?
(2) What is the estimated total amount of subsidy that will be paid to move containers by rail?
(3) How many containers, in TEU’s, are expected to receive the subsidy?
4302. Mr T.G. Stephens to Minister for Transport- In relation to the Government’s proposal for a heavy vehicle road to by-pass Kununurra, I ask:
(a) does the State Government accept that the residents and owners of the horticultural blocks along Riverfarm Road are the group most likely to be affected by the construction of the proposed road and bridge on the alignment that is now designated as being the preferred option;
(b) why has the Governme
4306. Mr C.J. Tallentire to the Minister for Transport- I refer to the road works taking place in St George’s Terrace in Perth, and ask:
(a) what design input, be it advisory, statutory or technical, has been provided by either Main Roads WA, the Public Transport Authority or the Department of Transport on how the St George’s Terrace refurbishments should be designed;
(b) did either Main Roads WA, the Public Transport Authority or the Depa
The Guardian, 22 August 2010
Speculation that government ministers are far more concerned about a future supply crunch than they have admitted has been fuelled by the revelation that they are canvassing views from industry and the scientific community about "peak oil".
CounterCurrents, 15 February 2011
Were the Egyptian people that bravely took to the streets to overthrow a tyrannical regime taking part in the world’s first peak oil revolution? It seems like out and out hyperbole at first. Hosni Mubarek ran the country in a permanent state of emergency in which he blocked free speech, intimidated anyone perceived as a threat, and operated a b