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Smiffy Jul 14
sorry, I cannot watch Canavan or
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Tom Swann Jul 14
"Australia's economy is built on coal" Less than 0.5% of all employment, less than 1.5% of GDP.
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Sally McManus Jul 14
So it turns out electricity privatisation and "the market" has led to big profits for energy companies and big bills for us
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Stephen Koukoulas Jul 14
OMG: Power bills. A 5th order issue that is dominating Australian politics. Meanwhile there are 1.85 million people unemployed / underemployed which gets next to no coverage other than what it implies for interest rates. What a trashy, misdirected priority
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Gʀᴀʏ Cᴏɴɴᴏʟʟʏ Jul 14
Australia is 25m people occupying a continent the size of the US in a very unsettled area of the world. Reality dictates that Australia has to have a 'forward leaning' security policy. Most people outside the couch here get this instinctively
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Travis Jul 14
Turnbull: ‘the market has failed consumers’, also Turnbull: ‘let the market sort it out’
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Brad Walsh Jul 14
Matt Canavan has got to be one of the dumbest politicians this country has ever seen
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Andrew Messenger Jul 14
Why in God's name did invite Canavan on to explain energy? Is anything more illuminated now than they were before?
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Bridget O'Flynn Jul 16
Matt Canavan: “Barrie, I’ve got an open mind.” 🤦‍♀️
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Shaun Branden Jul 14
, turning back boats is called refoulement, it is illegal and abhorrent. Turning people fleeing persecution and death back to that danger is not something Australia should be proud of or even consider. Stop normalising torture.
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Insiders ABC Jul 14
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Neale Stratford Jul 14
You said you stopped the boats...but 33 have come. People are still risking their lives at sea & come very close but are turned back to risk their lives again on the return journey. Nauru and Manus are not a deterrent. Just cruel torture for political expedience
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Insiders ABC Jul 14
The Coalition stopped the boats at a huge cost to the people who are detained indefinitely offshore, says
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Anthony Smith Jul 14
Matt Canavan. Blah blah. Blame labor. Blah blah. Don't close coal power stations. Blah blah. Clean coal. Blah blah. Blah blah. Cheap power. Blah blah. Blame labor. Blah blah. Whatever works. Blah blah. Coal fired power station.
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jason rostant Jul 14
Dutton: need to ensure best people get in, don't become a welfare drain. Industry: we have serious workforce shortages made worse by immigration cuts. Both can't be true.
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Mrs Doyle Jul 14
Henderson knows that the South Australian blackout was not because of renewable energy but because of a cyclone and over-sensitive trip on the interconnector from Victoria. Yet he still claims the Frydenberg lie.
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Scott Hamilton Jul 14
Germany is actually leading Australia on the transition to a clean energy future. Clean now bigger than Coal in Germany.
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Jenko Jul 14
Canavan on : Coal fired power stations were closed without adequate notice. You had 50 YEARS notice Matt, that's always been their stated lifespan. Closing half century old generators should not come as a surprise to anybody.
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Allan Green Jul 14
Australia's Energy System is broken "Can the Govt Turn this around??" asks Barry How did the COALition Govt get us to this point in just 5yrs after scrapping the Carbon Tax??? should be the real question
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Paul Guy Jul 14
The sniveling idiot Gerard Henderson is on he should only been there when David Marr is on the panel.
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