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Emma Dawson 16h
Genuinely curious: what does Border Force do? If, during a global pandemic, it doesn’t monitor int’l arrivals moving interstate, or manage cruise liner dockings, or coordinate quarantine then what? It’s a massive, expensive agency: has anyone done a cost/benefit analysis?
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Bill Shorten Oct 18
Free at last! After 14 days in Canberra quarantine lockdown, Walter and I have been given the all-clear. Now two weeks fighting for the Australian people in the Parliament.
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Joanne Ryan MP Oct 18
Why are , , and (all Victorians), trashing our state. Not one word of encouragement or appreciation for fellow Victorians working together to smash the curve. Just politics.
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Rob Mitchell 21h
Chaos in Parliament as Govt caught short, backgrounding journos about Labor blocking a Bill when actually they haven't introduced one. We agreed to bring it on and pass it but the incompetent govt cant actually produce one!.
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Tony Koch Oct 18
So the toxic Australian newspaper tells us Kiwis have returned an "incompetent'' govt. This is the organisation held in utter disdain, has circulation going down the sewer, is shedding staff, and losing millions. They are certainly qualified to speak on "incompetence''.
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Jim Chalmers MP 19m
New numbers show that in the period Morrison and Frydenberg prematurely cut JobKeeper, jobs declined in every state and territory, not just Victoria.
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Bill Shorten 52m
What we’d like from the Treasurer: a little less commentary, a little more action.
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Katharine Murphy Oct 18
Fair to say Andrews has had enough
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Rex Patrick 5h
Yesterday I revealed a Parliamentary security project originally contracted at $22M which has blown out to $60M. It’s not only gross mismanagement, where a sacking or two is in order, it’s $38M of your money that could have been used elsewhere
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Jamie Travers 5h
Employment Minister calls the Victorian Premier “Distraction Dan” - saying he doesn’t answer questions. That said, defends National Cabinet and says this is not a sign it is fragmenting.
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💧Janine Hendry Oct 18
Victoria has nailed the second wave and we should be proud. We’ve done this while being ridiculed by the other states, gaslighted by our PM. Abused by our Minister for Home Affairs, Lied to bring the Minister for Immigration and treated as fools by the Murdoch Press
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Michael Rowland 5h
So, on dug deeper into this paragraph in the comparing & ’s results. The Treasurer got 49% of the PV (and a swing against him of 8%) The Premier got 57% of the PV and a swing to him of 8%)
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Craig Hill Oct 18
PM has sent a message of support to Year 12 students taking their exams, but left out the part where he has made university unattainable for many of them.
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Danielle (Prev D_Rose_XO - which was suspended) 12h
To everybody in the US, UK and Australia. This is something you have to watch. A quick explanation on Rupert Murdoch.
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Rex Patrick 4h
An expanded (National) Cabinet secrecy veil, a broken regime, a defunded Auditor-General’s office, police raids on journalists, secret trials, prosecuted, no Parliamentary oversight of security service operations ... and next.
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Cheryl Kernot 2h
Gosh Vic cases have HALVED today! From 2 to 1.
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David Feeney 15h
Turkey is now deploying Islamist mercenaries recruited in Syria against Armenia in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Turkey has already deployed these kind of Syrian mercenaries in Libya
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Josh Burns 2h
(Our latest) JOINT STATEMENT From Scotty, Joshy and Gregy
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💧Michael West 6h
The Premier's legally astute performance at ICAC may save her now the media has swung behind Gladys' damsel-in-distress PR campaign. A lawyer's perspective by
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Cat Perry ♿️ 22h
Frydenberg says Dan Andrews shows a "callous indifference" to the unemployed. Meanwhile Frydenberg and Morrison cut supplements plunging over 700,000 people into poverty. during a pandemic. The hypocrisy is astounding.
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