How Landholders and Natural Gas Companies in Queensland are Coexisting Respectfully
Michael Taylor from “Fairlands” in Wallumbilla, Queensland, shares his perspective on how gas companies and landholders have learnt to coexist over the years and treat each other respectfully. Michael runs Midwest Rural Traders in Wallumbilla and over the years has seen an increase in gas companies working closely with and supporting local businesses in the area.
Brighter at the Royal Melbourne ShowThe Royal Melbourne Show, which celebrates over 160 years of bringing the country to the city is, of course, on again this September. This year Brighter is proud to be a sponsor of the …Read more
Darling Downs Keeping its Head Above DustThis article was originally published in Queensland Country Life. As I drive through the region, the sight of brown plainlands, raised dust and a smoky haze is sombre. It’s no secret that this drought …Read more
Brighter at the Rocky Ag ShowBrighter is proud to be sponsoring the Rockhampton Agricultural Show’s Grand Parade this week. The Rocky Show, now in its 146th year, brings together city and country, uniting the whole Rockhampton community. The Show …Read more
Brighter at the Developing Northern Australia ConferenceRegional Queensland and its successful relationship with the onshore gas industry was showcased in Western Australia at the Developing Northern Australia Conference last week. The event highlighted the diversification of local economies as a …Read more
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