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  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland
  • Senator Ron Boswell LNP Queensland

Ron Boswell

Senator for Queensland

SENATOR Ron Boswell has attacked the power of environmentalists to damage the prosperity of regional communities.   In a speech in the Senate today, Senator Boswell warned cattle producers to closely examine a campaign to force them to prove their environmental sustainability.   “The apparent
QUEENSLAND Senator Ron Boswell says Labor Party support for the carbon tax is starting to crack.   Senator Boswell points to comments by union heavyweight Paul Howes about the high cost of energy sending manufacturers to the wall as “a sure sign” of divisions in the Labor Party over carbon
QUEENSLAND Senator Ron Boswell has launched a strong defence of kangaroo harvesting in Australia, arguing it sustainably utilises a valuable resource.   “In its kangaroos, Australia has a self-replenishing resource of superbly healthy red meat, and we must not let it go to waste,” he said in a
WORLD Wildlife Fund (WWF) interference in management of the State’s commercial fisheries is a warning to all primary industries, Queensland Senator Ron Boswell said today.   Senator Boswell was responding to a WWF call for tenders for research into fishing levels in the Great Barrier Reef Marine
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