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Sally McManus Sep 15
The only way to ensure proper, dignified supported for people in aged care is to have staff ratios and properly paid and qualified staff. Otherwise the rules are set by private providers to maximise their profits
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Derryn Hinch Sep 15
. Crocodile tears. Bill Shorten complaining about lack of staff in aged care. The ALP voted against my Senate motion for mandatory ratios only last week. So did the Government. But I applaud ScoMo for the Royal Commission.
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Insiders ABC Sep 15
. tells there is a "national crisis" in aged care and we already have some of the answers
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Wayne Swan Sep 15
One ex-PM sledging from New York. Another ex-PM nearly disendorsed by branch members. An attempted PM potentially ineligible to sit in Parliament. And an existing PM that can't explain why he's there. What a shambles.
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Insiders ABC Sep 15
Climate change can be a complicated topic, unless of course you’re . Thanks for watching
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Croydon Cathy Sep 15
Whenever I hand out for the ALP at election booths there a groups of smarmy young liberal men - barely a young woman in sight The LNP doesn’t have a Woman Problem it has a Man Problem
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Cheryl Kernot Sep 15
A costly Royal Commission will unearth important information no doubt but it’s not rocket science what’s required to make change for the better immediately: ratios, enough qualified nurses & better pay for a demanding caring job which many families can’t manage at home.
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Insiders ABC Sep 15
On female representation in the Liberal Party, says "the merit argument is a furphy": "There's probably not a single person in the Parliament who is there on merit alone"
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Kailani Mana Sep 15
Beautiful answer by Bill Shorten to Barrie Cassidy’s taunting question on Preferred PM Poll. Well the last preferred PM according to that poll is now watching this on IView in New York.
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Emily Mayo Sep 15
Great to hear Shorten mention wages and staffing levels as a major issue in aged care. Another feminised, undervalued and underpaid industry - with big business making huge profits.
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Peter Newton Sep 15
Hands up who thinks Parliament should not be used for Morrison’s religious stunts !
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Antfarmer Sep 15
Ideology aside, Julia Banks appears like a smart, experienced woman. Why then did we never hear from her and instead get served up a media diet of dunderheads like Craig Kelly and Eric Abetz. Their culture is rotten. The so called merit system entrenches male mediocrity
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Insiders ABC Sep 15
. says there's a cultural problem in the Liberal Party which is hampering efforts to preselect more women: "How can you actually stand around defending targets when you're actually going backwards? When you're going further away from the target?"
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Sally McManus Sep 15
It's unacceptable that multinationals are allowed to bring in their own workforces under the TPP. Local workers should be offered jobs first, always.
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Nannan keyboard envoy Sep 15
We don't want untrained tradies coming into Australia and doing jobs where our TAFEs can be training local Australians. It won't happen under Labor
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Wayne Swan Sep 15
To think, 10 years ago an Australian Labor Government stood with Australians to protect our country from the GFC. 10 years on, the Coalition can't even stand with each other. And Australians can't stand them Read more in The Good Fight:
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Allan Green Sep 15
Karen Middleton seems to know who the 5 Bullies are - why doesn't she tell us who they are???
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Wayne Swan Sep 15
Does Morrison seriously believe that quotas could give him a Liberal Party that's any worse than it already is?
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Prof Debra Jackson Sep 15
Very pleased to hear speak of the importance of ratios of qualified staff for better care for older people. We need more RNs in residential care!
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Mark Dickenson We are doing it wrong! Sep 15
How about we cut out the lawyers picnics & address the real problem. Everything that has been privatised ends up screwing over the clients for profits. Banks, energy providers, aged care facilities. There's a common theme corporations are run by pricks end privatisation.
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