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Farhad Rahmati Nov 23
Thanks Senator Jacquie Lambie for your time today. I'm happy that you are aware of the issues around those who were brought here based on .
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πŸ’§simon holmes Γ  court 🍩 18h
. remember when i asked (a dozen times) whether you accept the climate science & what you would do to address the challenge? remember when you refused to answer? remember when you cruelly voted against . *that's* why you have a 🎯 on your back.
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USCGNortheast Nov 19
to AIRSTA Cape Cod for their successful of a crewmember from the commercial F/V JENNIFER ANNE early this morning. The crewmember was then transferred to for further evaluation. Read the full release here:
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Amanda Perram Nov 20
You warned the PM you'd reveal the details of the deal made in order to win your support for the repeal of . As it's just been ranked as the worst piece of legislation passed by the Morrison Government, tonight seems like a good time to spill the beans!
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🌻🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🌻 20 May-World Bee Day Nov 16
Correct Mark What Mr did was indeed appalling BEYOND it in fact as was what he did on 6/12/18 when he'd finished his 5 mins of filibustering abt why they wanted to repeal the Bill he moved (OUT OF CAMERA) behind Mr Speaker's chair, & bent over belly laughing
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People Just Like Us Nov 22
It seems more obvious that want to punish the cohort bcz they are peeved that there ever was & bcz they can ... they can until enough Australians show them that they can’t.
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Centennial Airport Nov 19
Did you know that many of ’s operations include life-saving flights? Helicopters, twin-engine, single-engine and even jets all serve as airborne lifelines for the critically ill. General aviation saves lives.
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Craig Foster Nov 18
There are already around 1000 people from offshore in community, plus more arriving regularly. The sky did not fall. The arrivals in APOD’s however are prisoners of politics. They must be in community along with everyone else. Give them freedom after 8 years
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Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit Nov 19
A warm welcome to our 3rd MRTT for the Multinational Fleet Programme (MMF)✈️ Our flying crew just landed our new T-056 ! This will be our first aircraft to be converted to the configuration at our FOB+ in CGN!
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NATO Support and Procurement Agency Nov 19
Our 3⃣rd Multinational Fleet (MMF) aircraft just landed in Eindhoven πŸ‡³πŸ‡±Main Operating Base πŸ›¬ ? This is the first of the fleet to be converted into aeromedical evacuation () configuration ✈️πŸ₯. πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¨πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡±πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡³πŸ‡±πŸ‡³πŸ‡΄
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Kaldor Centre UNSW Nov 18
Litigation also becomes the first draft of history, says Matthew Albert. He cites work has done that resulted in some 50 decisions where court recorded for first time recorded the extraordinary experiences of refugees held offshore.
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πŸ’šπŸŒMylesπŸŒπŸ’š Nov 22
This makes no logical sense at all, these arrived on the same boats. The ones brought in through are being punished through political spite.
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Kaldor Centre UNSW Nov 18
Ideally you want a single case that is going to crack the system (eg offshore detention), says but in practice client experiences are very individualised. He praises the 2017 legal mobilisation around but it's only a partial solution
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RAC Victoria Nov 20
If the amendments to have made into law in the first place include the stipulation that the patients be detained, surely the repeal of that legislation should also mean the repeal of the stipulation.
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nde Nov 16
BANDAGE33 058158 C130J on callsign out of Ali Al Salem, , to Al Udeid, and depart northbound 1350z
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πŸ’šπŸŒMylesπŸŒπŸ’š Nov 22
Can someone in government () please explain what the plan is for the refugees, now you have released so many of their fellow refugees into community detention. They don't like living in limbo hell & we don't like paying $400K a year of our taxes torturing people.
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People Just Like Us Nov 22
Serious question : if has been repealed the law no longer exists so they should be released
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πŸ’šπŸŒMylesπŸŒπŸ’š Nov 22
why are you sitting on your hands and leaving it to your city councillors to make any comment?? where is your leadership over this issue?? These refugees have been in limbo for 8 horrific years!!! Please shine light on this.
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gmothers_adrc Nov 21
'The worst-ranked piece of law was the way the federal government repealed the laws in late 2019' Yes it was a terrible thing to do. Those who hoped for treatment still suffering and indefinitely detained.
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πŸ’§Lynne Murphy Nov 20
'Good process leads to good policy': repeal ranked worst piece of law
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