#saynotowilmar

Senator Barry O’Sullivan flagged the consideration of regulation or legislation to guarantee growers’ ownership rights to sugar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSZAmTd6fSs

Michelle Landry, MP for Capricornia, has accused Wilmar of acting like a schoolyard bully over its decision to break away from QSL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kddTMpWzX4U&feature=youtu.be

George Christensen, MP for Dawson, encouraged cane growers to ‘vote with their feet’ and investigate supplying other mills. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owy31sGNrW4&list=UU_opMg_Zj5SUCPP7LG2DT2A&feature=share

Ted Malone, MP for Mirani, called on Wilmar and growers to get together for ‘common-sense’ sugar marketing outcomes. You can read his speech on page 30 of this Hansard record of the Queensland Parliament. http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/documents/Hansard/2014/2014_06_03_WEEKLY.pdf#xml=http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/internetsearch/isysquery/a5323ec2-78c0-405c-9e81-e84ab226e4e3/1/hilite/

The following are articles that have appeared in canenews – the peak weekly newsletter for cane farmers in the Burdekin, on the Wilmar “NO CHOICE” proposal

canenews 13.06.2014

canenews 13.06.2014

 

canenews 09.05.2014

canenews 09.05.2014

canenews 02.05.2014

canenews 02.05.2014

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