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💧Emma Meconi 7h
Welcome to Australia. The country where three journalists from our top media organisations are potentially facing prosecution, again, simply for doing their job. Andrew Colvin is a tyrant. Let's hope the court case to throw out the search warrants is successful.
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Donna 6h
The only reason not to establish a corruption commission with real & transparent powers is to protect corrupt politicians.
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IanWoolf 7h
Has the AFP investigated any of the criminals revealed by the ABC in the Afghan Files? Or are they only shooting messengers?
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💧Aaron Dodd 7h
. Andrew Colvin is using the Nuremberg Defence as justification for his attack on . It didn't work in 1946. It won't work now.
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Replying to @abc730 @leighsales
How many banker’s offices and homes have been raided since the Royal Commission into the banking sector
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Allan Green 7h
The Police make decisions about what laws they will uphold every day Why did the AFP decide they would NOT search for the leaks from the Home Affairs Department???
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💧Baron Basil Brush 7h
Most people would be totally surprised if Spud wasn’t behind the raids
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abc730 Jul 15
Twice a month a humble council hall on Sydney’s lower north shore is transformed when it opens its doors to The Repair Cafe, an outfit run by volunteers committed to reducing the number of everyday items going to landfill.
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Elizabeth Tynan 7h
Criminalising journalism is one of the most dangerous developments in an era where freedoms generally are being incrementally eroded. The process has been made politically easier by the demonisation of journalists, led by Trump's "fake news" narrative
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Brown Dirt Cowboy 🤠 Jul 15
How good is Australia 🇦🇺 👍🏽 Barnaby & I just had an 11K pay rise. Bankruptcy for you Manfred & Helen. ☹️
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Rosie Williams 7h
Anyone with any morals at all would be behind the media reports of unethical behaviour of the ADF employees. Quite interesting that the AFP is framing the issue as about the behaviour of journalists & whistleblowers
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mrs nixon Jul 15
I’m breaking my Sales boycott for this.
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John Lyons 8h
SPECIAL AFP EDITION: Please try to watch tonight. interviews AFP chief Andrew Colvin - his first since the media raids - and I report on the dangerous road for a free media . Comm Colvin will be asked whether the investigation of journalists is ongoing
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abc730 Jul 14
This Indonesian village is being swallowed by plastic waste - and much of it is coming from Australia.
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Cheryl Kernot 6h
Enjoyed the choice of items on tonight’s thanks. In depth politics matters. All the time.
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abc730 7h
Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin confirms the investigations into three journalists are still ongoing. More tonight
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Allan Green 7h
Why did the AFP raid a Senator's Office in the middle of an election campaign if nothing they do is 'political'??
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Jerome 7h
Our government is the biggest threat to the Australian public
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Terry Australis 7h
Why is the emphasis on the good guys but not the criminals????
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Rosie Williams 7h
How did we end up with such a pathetic government that it deliberately sets out to create an anti-corruption regulator that is 'worse than having nothing at all'?
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