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ENG: Robert Carl Katter (born 22 May 1945) is an Australian federal politician, a member of the Australian House of Representatives since March 1993 for the Division of Kennedy, and the leader of Katter's Australian Party. He began his parliamentary career as a member of the National Party of Australia, but left the party in 2001 and continues to hold the seat as an independent. On 3 June 2011 Katter applied for registration of Katter's Australian Party with the Australian Electoral Commission. Katter will sit as the only federal parliamentary member of his new party when it is formally registered. Prior to his election to federal politics, Katter was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, from 1974 to 1992, representing the seat of Flinders, Queensland for the National ...
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Bob Katter still undecided on mining tax


Federal Independent MP Bob Katter will leave it until the last hour to decide whether he will support the minerals resource rent tax (MRRT) legislation. The Federal Government has secured the support of key Independents Tony Windsor, Rob Oakeshott and Andrew Wilkie, but the Australian Greens won't support any changes that lessen the revenues the tax will raise. The Independents have won a $200 million program to examine environmental concerns over coal seam gas mining and an increase in the tax threshold for small miners. AAP Read more: news.com.au (November 21, 2011)


Independent MP Bob Katter fails to declare $700,000 in ...


... properties on parliamentary register MAVERICK Queensland MP Bob Katter has failed to declare nearly $700,000 worth of family properties on his register of interests in a clear snub to strict parliamentary rules. An investigation by The Courier-Mail can also reveal that Mr Katter, the spearhead behind the new conservative Katter's Australian Party, earned $182,405 through a combination of private donations and taxpayer funding for the votes he received in federal elections. All of it is tax-free and his to keep. Mr Katter said he was clueless about the family properties listed in the ...


A Bob each way: The Katter factor set to be Queensland's ...


... new political force QUEENSLAND'S newest political force is poised to wreak havoc at the looming state election and could rival One Nation's 1998 efforts. Labor polling obtained by The Courier-Mail shows Bob Katter's Australian Party has snared 22 per cent of the vote in the seat of Mulgrave. The ALP was on just 32 per cent and the LNP polled about 36 per cent. If reflected in other areas of north Queensland, much of which is considered "Katter country'', the fledgling party could snare several seats while playing kingmaker in others. Read more: couriermail.com.au (November ...


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Katter fuels ethanol debate - Queensland Country Life
Queensland Country LifeKatter fuels ethanol debateQueensland Country LifeMAVERICK North Queensland MP Bob Katter wants ethanol back on the national fuel agenda to help contain Australia's rising petrol costs. He says serious commitment to renewable biofuels would also dramatically improve air quality in our cities and help ...and more »
Corridors of Power: Hot gossip on Queensland politics, law, business and ... - Courier Mail
Courier MailCorridors of Power: Hot gossip on Queensland politics, law, business and ...Courier MailKatter caught in airport kerfuffle. PRESS releases which scream “ incident” and “security” always grab our attention when they land in our email inbox. But when one such release arrived this week from maverick MP Bob Katter, who is rarely seen these ...and more »
Shorten calls for drought help boost - The Land Newspaper
The Land NewspaperShorten calls for drought help boostThe Land NewspaperLABOR leader Bill Shorten and Queensland independent Bob Katter have amplified calls for the federal government to boost its drought assistance programs. This week, NSW Nationals MP Mark Coulton indicated he was seeking targeted support for farmers ...and more »
Bob Katter says he's not wooing Jacqui Lambie - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldBob Katter says he's not wooing Jacqui LambieSydney Morning HeraldIt's a union that's just fated not to be. Queensland independent Bob Katter has denied media reports that he's seeking to entice Tasmanian independent Jacqui Lambie to join forces with the Katter's Australian Party. Senator Lambie got in first. Back in ...Katter gives Lambie the chopThe Land Newspaperall 65 news articles »



 
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