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Queen Victoria
I find it hard to speak in short enough sentences for this Twitter malarkey. Thank goodness for my blog. (Don't blame me, I didn't vote for Abbott).
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Tansy 12h
I don't think he does think he's damaging . It's part of this Read and be warned
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Queen Victoria 8h
What exactly has Tim Wilson achieved as Human Rights Commissioner? Apart from spending a huge amount on expenses?
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Queen Victoria 12h
I love it how Abbott thinks he's damaging by banning Joyce and other Ministers from appearing. He's improving the show immensely!
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Mr Denmore 13h
Abbott ordering his front bench to boycott - can we get them to boycott the election next?
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Queen Victoria Jul 3
The mistaken strategy of using austerity to fuel growth is just that: a mistake. Cuts do not grow economy. Full stop.
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Queen Victoria Jul 3
The wrecked NBN project will be 's only memorable legacy. Are you missing out on fast broadband?
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Mariam Veiszadeh Jul 2
We have passed on the feedback to have him tone down his rhetoric but it's falling on deaf ears.
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Queen Victoria Jul 3
Well done . I can feel the anger in this article and rightly so. Sticky tape! Unbelievable.
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Kane Cornes Jul 2
This from the great man on the day I retired. Advice I'll take with me forever.
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
if we wait until tomorrow or the next day, people are no longer motivated/interested and nothing happens. Again.
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
when someone dies in a car accident, we immediately talk about fixing a dangerous road. This is the same. Focus and act now!
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
it's respectful to react to a tragedy by encouraging community to avoid it happening again and again and again.
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
Abbott's whole focus on national security at the expense of all else is one big political scoring campaign. Wake up!
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
I don't care how or why the issue gets the attention it deserves, as long as it does.
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
I think it's fair to say if a woman in as high profile a position as Phil Walsh was murdered, coverage would be same.
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
We can all learn from Phil Walsh's positive attitude - he recovered from accident that gave him renewed motivation:
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
I was seriously pissed off with Phil Walsh when he left to coach Crows. Because he was a brilliant coach. Port was weaker without him.
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
I realise national security is important, but surely when you look at number of deaths from , it's clear which is priority?
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
Perhaps there is hope that some good can come from this tragedy by putting focus on mental illness and .
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Queen Victoria Jul 2
yes, agree. However sometimes it's the high profile deaths that finally wake people up to problem faced by many and forces action
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