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💧𝐅𝐫𝐞𝐝 𝐒𝐦𝐢𝐭𝐡 🇦🇺↩️ 17h
Only elected a few days ago: 1. How good's the 7% rises in wholesale electricity prices 2. How good's the shelving of promised tax cuts 3. How good's further cuts to Medicare. 4. How good's penalty rate cuts being made permanent. 5. How good's kids never buying a house
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Behrouz Boochani May 22
There is systematic censorship around Manus&Nauru in the Aus media, that’s why the gov can continue this policy. BBC, CNN, AJ, France24, Time, WP, and many leading international media have reported the human crisis here, but only a few in Aus media have dared to.
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Marcellus Wallace May 21
I recall how "gracefully" the coalition accepted Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard wiping the floor with Howard in '07. I recall how Dutton walked out on Rudd's national apology, so spare us the fucking lecture on how to behave.
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ABC The Drum May 22
“Amongst progressive lefties there’s an automatic disregard of anyone who has faith. There’s this idea of an intellectual left that's based on reason and anyone who believes in any God has a friend in the sky and I don't think that helps anyone.”
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Behrouz Boochani May 21
As a witness to six years of torture & violence by the Aus gov on Manus, I’m begging the people who still believe in human dignity to do whatever they can to help these broken souls on Manus & Nauru. The refugees’ mental health state has never been as bad before.
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Chris Uhlmann 18h
I hear my friend and professional rival David Speers is joining the ABC. He is, without doubt, one of the best in the business. The national broadcaster is lucky to have him and I look forward to many years of good-spirited competition. Congratulations mate.
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Tony Lomas 14h
I think Labor are quietly glad they didn’t win this term. I think the LNP are quietly shitting themselves.
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Katharine Murphy 21h
Really significant intervention. Tony Burke floats a New Green Deal approach to Labor's climate policy in the coming term. Says Labor can't keep pursuing a market mechanism
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Hyacinth Bucket 64 May 22
Dear Given that your stupid bloody truck was NOT SET ON FIRE & CCT DID NOT SHOW ANYBODY RUNNING AWAY from it & it was likely caused by a cigarette ember (Mr Lambert's?) YOU OWE US ON THE LEFT A HUGE APOLOGY But you're NOT DECENT ENOUGH TO DO THAT
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Belinda Barnet May 22
We got bought - by the most powerful media mogul in the world and a mining billionaire. If you have the dough you get a go
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abc730 18h
.: How do you think the love of old age does differs to young love? Because people don't talk about this very often. Blanche: There's a great deal of softness. There's a great deal of intimacy. There are no secrets, there are no pretenses.
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Peter van Onselen 18h
Absolutely awesome get for Insiders. Barrie is irreplaceable but David is as close as you get. Huge loss for Sky News.
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Richard Denniss 17h
The Queensland Opposition Leader just said on that making or other coal mines pay for the cola they extract (AKA Royalities) is a ‘tax on the regions’ and an attack on regional jobs. Perhaps free water for farmers and free rent for shops next?😳😳😳
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