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💧Adrian K May 19
Replying to @JaneCaro
Don’t ever forget what did to the
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freshviews May 20
great perspective on the by Waleed Aly Australia Isn’t Right-Wing. It’s Cautious.
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adam f May 17
This election is more concerned with keeping the peace among population rather than individual party politics and policies, given the current system?
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PaletteS May 22
Try this one Question: Would you change your vote?
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Earthquack May 22
Australia was set for a progressive new govt after . For the ABC, after years of LNP cuts, it meant an extra $40 million in funds. Then Clive spent $55 million on anti-ALP propaganda so the LNP were returned. Now this:
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LIV VRANEŠIĆ May 18
Silver lining to Frasier Anning lost his Senate seat 🥰
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Gingobibble May 17
There is nothing better than a democracy sausage for brekky & the hope that we can change government. The LNP ruined Health. Medicare. Centrelink. I will NEVER forgive them for the additional pressure they put mum and I through. Never forgive/forget. .
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Michael Byrnes May 17
Replying to @MichaelByrnes
So instead of simple used consistently by almost all users the journos brought us , , , , , , , , among others. No respect for tradition or efficacy.
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@danadolan May 20
Dismantling public broadcasting, a reliable government watchdog, is a worrisome result of --'Very grim': ABC staff brace for 'painful' job and programming cuts via
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Catherine Piroli May 18
*puts on 24/7 repeat for at least the next 3 years* 🤦🏻‍♀️
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b99fan3000 May 16
Why is Clive Palmer everywhere? I am already tired of him
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💧Richard Denyer May 18
So QLD managed to easily re-elect this guy. It has obviously not moved on much from the days of the white shoe brigade. Stuart Robert's litany of transgressions
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David Caune May 18
An overwhelmingly negative campaign leaves Australia divided and directionless, led by a rudderless Coalition fighting over scraps, with no clear plan for the future.
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Jaffery Ali Sameena جفري علی سمینہ May 18
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kelvin wong May 17
Liberals and Labor, meat pies and sausage rolls, decisions, decisions
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Earthquack May 19
As the 2020's approach, the need to is paramount, yet Australia voted back in a gov't which abolished the Science portfolio and the successful carbon tax, cut CSIRO climate research and also has the ABC in its sights. Beyond dispiriting.
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Kurt Mudgeon May 17
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Ioanna May 19
Actually, the mainstream media supported Morrison in scaring the daylights out of the people aided by the UAP’s $80m. You are all complicit in what the next three years will bring.
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Jessica Saras May 17
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The Asian-Aussie Bird May 17
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