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Alex Turnbull Feb 16
Hey we’ve crawled all the pages and archived the lot. So nice try but this is breach of disclosure obligations and frankly just pathetic amateur hour trash. It’s less convincing than a 5yo with chocolate all over their face saying they didn’t raid the pantry.
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theJuice 13h
The Australien Government made a new video message for people smugglers, and it's surprisingly honest and informative. 👉 We are on Patreon:
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Bevan Shields 9h
Few things are weirder than government MPs gleefully noting refugees on Manus Island and Nauru have access to more doctors than most country towns in Australia. Pretty damning indictment on The Nationals and their representation of regional electorates, no?
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Brett Mason 22h
"Perhaps it might be appropriate if we put a group of doctors in charge of the Murray-Darling Basin" says "Because it seems like according to the Labor Party and the Independents we should hand over the responsibility of government to doctors"
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Behrouz Boochani 7h
Why the Australians are only talking about Paladin now and the $423 million as loss, while more than $9 billion have been spent here in the past six years, merely on torturing and locking up refugees. Why don’t you ask them about other companies such as IHMS?
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David Marler 15h
"We are a team on this side," declares the invisible minister Melissa Price. "We have the water minister. He is responsible for water."
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Behrouz Boochani 12h
We haven’t seen any service provided by Paladin on Manus, only 500 locals employed to walk around here and watch what we do everyday. They’re paid $5000 per year. The question is what happens to the remaining $419 million Paladin’s been receiving from the Australian gov.
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Jonathan Kearsley 13h
It’s lights out in the House of Representatives as Tony Burke talks power.
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Prof Kerryn Phelps AM 8h
This is a subversion of our entire model of representative democracy. The parliament through its proper processes clearly determined that people too sick to receive treatment in offshore detention should come to Australia, not Christmas Island, for specialised treatment
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Senator Jordon Steele-John 14h
PM just shook my hand and said "well done" I said "a timeline is what is needed now" Response "I've said what I've said". Not a good start
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Bruce Bruce 18h
Who is Karen Dutton? Why are my feeds filled with her name? What are her links to Manus, Paladin and Broadspectrum? Why the half arsed internet cleanse? Is she related to Herr Potato?
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todd sampson Feb 16
I think the only real border issues we need to worry about are the borders these politicians are creating in our minds. Having just returned from filming in war torn Gaza - this all seems so obviously deceptive, self serving and manipulative.
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Peter van Onselen 16h
The government’s cyber security head gave a briefing confirming they are on top of dealing with the breach....then left his phone behind before coming back to grab it.
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Investigations Impede Progress 12h
I hate to offend anyones delicate sensitivities, but if you receive tax refunds in excess of the actual amount of tax you have actually paid, then you are already receiving welfare. You just don't go through Centrelink to obtain it
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🌹MsRose🌹 9h
Department of Home Affairs confirms that No one forced Scott Morrison to reopen Christmas Island, it was his OWN decision! Scott Morrison exposed AGAIN!
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🐬🎾Sassy Leo🎾🐬 #IStandWithUnionThugs 20h
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Natalie Whiting 13h
’s Immigration Minister has issued a statement on Paladin.
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iVote 14h
“We’ve got fuck all policies, so please send boats so we can get the votes” Another great video from
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NotThatndearing 19h
Replying to @NigelDearing
Those last 20 pols again...
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Brendan O'Connor 17h
My doorstop today. The scandal involving the unlawful leak to the media of the Registered Organisation Commission’s (ROC) raid on the AWU offices involving both Minister Cash and Keenan’s office gets murkier by the day.
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