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politics Sep 14
A reminder, not that MSM or even ALP cares, that we are spending 16 MILLION DOLLARS A DAY on . How much does it cost to by $75 week? Just over half that
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basscoastpost Sep 15
Ian Simmons never expected to have to survive on the Newstart allowance.
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Hanno Hansen 22h
More importantly, are you going to dish out a grand per peon like and did to head off the we are screaming towards? Ah, shit you could just . Bugger! How simple can things become when you spend a nanosecond pondering them.
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VinceB Sep 16
Replying to @BelindaJones68
it's a friggin disgrace!
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💧🌳🌏Pauline Galvin Sep 9
$11,000 a year is $200 a week. In these days when is contraversial... That $200 should be going into the recipients pocket. Not LNP mates' pockets.
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Christine Bennett Sep 9
AUSSIE BATTLERS: NEWSTART SURVIVORS NEED OUR SUPPORT... PLEASE SIGN!! The Federal Goverment & the people of Australia : for Australians via
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LOSTralia 🌬️🌏🕳️ Sep 9
If you the benefits are: People can find a home to start a life. Then improve their health & wellbeing caused by poverty & unemployment. Then get back on track and hopefully jobs are available by then to transition into.
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💧🌊🗺🌍🌎🌏 🎼🎵🎶🏄‍♀️ Sep 15
Replying to @BelindaJones68
A day? That's astronomical and exceptionally put of kilter. We need some ballast
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💧🌳🌏Pauline Galvin Sep 8
Think about the $211 a week! That money should go into the pockets of people who have met the requirements. not the people creaming a fat profit. For Shame Profiting off misfortune.
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Jennifer  Maplesden Sep 11
Replying to @SenatorSiewert
Not long enough and disaster is bound by doing little to nothing to help people with the addiction issues. Making it harder for all just because of a location by using cashless welfare system. Wast if money implementing the measurements of strict social welfare.
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Hume Whittlesea Primary Care Partnership Sep 8
Another reason to continue to support an increase to Newstart. We need to be a voice for our Hume and Whittlesea communities and for all those who are struggling!
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LokiLivewire Sep 10
Can't afford to but can afford to pay private company to do drug testing. White man speak with fork-tongue
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Hume Whittlesea Primary Care Partnership Sep 10
Disgraceful! "someone in the highest 1% earns more in a fortnight than someone in the lowest 5% earns in an entire year"
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💧🌳🌏Pauline Galvin Sep 8
The reason theres no money for is they have wasted it on 11 Thousand $$ per card per year creamed off the top in That is $211 a week. By my calculation. I know which pocket I think it should be going. it benefits us all
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💧Jamnes Danenberg Sep 13
Talk about being ratioed Deservedly so. Your drug testing policy is a counterproductive, dumb waste of time, as is your PR tweet
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💧🌳🌏Pauline Galvin Sep 8
Replying to @MarianSmedley
The costs $11,000 per card per year. That is $211 per week. Or $422 a fortnight. $916 a month If we have money for that, we have money for people who qualify. People who need it. We shouldn't be putting anyone else on it, untill we raise the rate.
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Yvonne Langenberg Sep 9
People on Newstart are suffering. Why won't do anything about it?
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💧Jade & David for a Better Australia Sep 15
After Being Embarrassed By Big Business On And Being Told To & Drug Testing People On Was Detrimental Tells Business To Stick To Knitting At Meeting
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Grumpy Old Man Sep 10
Replying to @GetUp
Failed in every country, will fail here too. for a private business. There is nothing beneficial for any normal .
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💧Jan Grimoldby🙋‍♀️ Sep 13
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