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💧Lord Coalton RT🇪🇺 May 11
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anthos May 8
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KJ Colt May 12
Take this in people. This is horrific election advertising!!! Fucking disgusting! Australian Senator.
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Cassandra Goldie🌈 May 7
The Privahe Health Insurance Rebate has to go. It is costly ($6 billion) and doesn’t live up to promise of taking pressure off public health system. Funds better spent in the public health system, improving our hospitals and funding our health system.
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janine mohamed May 7
Truly understanding this image should be foundational to any policy making in this election & beyond
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Stephen Duckett May 8
Rural and remote is a big issue, partly driven by indigenous status. The answer is to work with communities to address the causes and the causes of causes. Marmot’s work is a place to start
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Lyle Shelton May 15
If & the win, it’s lights out for freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Vote in the Senate.
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Every Australian Counts May 7
"The story of the is the story of an incredible idea campaigned for by disabled people & our allies which is then being comprehensively failed by able-bodied politicians thinking they know what’s best for us"
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Ewen McPhee 🇦🇺👨‍👩‍👧‍👦🇩🇰🇺🇸 May 8
What Policies are important 1/. Medical training should address the needs of communities not the needs of the doctors - Regionalise Specialist Training - Encourage Rural Research (But more importantly, take notice of the excellent work done already)
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Ali Drummond May 8
If all incentive driven employment servicing was dropped and old was recreated and jobs sought for unemployed and subsidies ended to businesses. How much money would that save Australian taxpayers?
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Richard Di Natale May 7
Australians shouldn’t feel like they need to have private health insurance to be able to access services or get top quality care. We support all public investment in healthcare going directly to the public system, not to subsidising private health insurers.
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END RHD May 7
Without urgent action 10,000+ Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children will develop rheumatic heart disease or its precursor acute rheumatic fever in the next 12 yrs. We need a commitment from all political parties to prioritise ending this preventable disease
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Richard Weston May 7
Make sure you use your vote to support Indigenous people having more say over the policy & program effort affecting our lives
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Joel Fitzgibbon May 15
The Liberals and Nationals haven’t given the Singleton Bypass a cent. Labor’s not waiting. If we’re elected on Saturday, we’ll stump up $250 million to get this project up and running
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RACGP President May 9
Australians have the right to be able to weigh up our major parties' primary healthcare policies before they vote on Saturday 18 May
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Dave Dawson Apr 4
good stuff from Bill Shorten, if Health is left in hands of conservatives at LNP, won’t be long before we get the American system, you get sick, you go broke
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Stephen Duckett May 14
A word cloud summary of my tweets in the twitter fest last week ⁦
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Prevention 1st May 12
The incoming government must invest more in preventive health to tackle our nation’s greatest health challenge. Chronic diseases are responsible for 83% of all premature deaths in Australia.
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Richard Di Natale May 7
The will work with First Nations peoples to take urgent action on youth justice issues in Australia, especially in the NT.
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Paddy May 7
Which Specialist treats the majority of all mental health issues? Who treats/prevents more chronic diseases, such as diabetes and CVD? Who is the most efficient per taxpayer dollar? . Why do the parties not invest more in General Practice?
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