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Jon Piccini Mar 23
How did produce Mark Latham and Michael Daley? My piece from January explains the party’s racist origins and continued adherence to a politics of whiteness, which it needs to challenge now more than ever
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Gabrielle Chan Mar 23
If Barnaby Joyce thinks result is about messaging, he is not listening. It's about doing the groundwork. 1ST PREF VOTES VIA ABC Dubbo +28.5% IND Nat -24.8% Barwon +33.5% SFF Nat -17.8% Murray +21.8% SFF Nat -19.8% Wagga +45.3% IND Nat -27.3% Orange +50.6% SFF Nat -40.2%
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brigid glanville Mar 24
NSW water minister Niall Blair is stepping down as minister and deputy leader he’s also going to leave parliament when the party can find a replacement .
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Tom Minear Mar 23
Bill Shorten, when asked today what would bring to the NSW parliament: "He brings his federal parliamentary pension ... I find that talking about Mark Latham takes us nowhere."
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Leigh West Mar 24
While my seat of Maitland stayed in the hands of the ALP, nearly 11% of our electorate cast their vote in favour of the One Nation candidate. I am saddened and appalled.
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Peter Broelman Mar 23
You know Australian politics is rooted when: NZ: Ardern. NSW: Latham.
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𝐑𝐨𝐧𝐧𝐢 𝐒𝐚𝐥𝐭 💧 Mar 24
I can't take/place bets on the twitterz because if I could I'd be putting my money on Mark Latham staying with One Nation between 3 & 6 months. (I'd clean up👌🏽) Please vote in my LathamLeaves™ poll & retweet if you're happy to spread the love. Comments welcome.
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David G Mar 24
Am I right in calculating Pauline Hanson will pocket at least $775K in electoral funding in ? Doubt Latham will see any of it because she makes candidates self-fund.
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Ashraffy Mar 23
Federal liberal commentators after Victorian Election: Well you must understand that this was a state election and had nothing to do with federal politics. Federal liberal commentators after NSW Election: This is a turning point for the coalition federally!
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Bevan Shields Mar 24
Michael Daley steps down as Labor leader in NSW
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💧Bee🐝 Mar 24
So, what was the fucking point of standing for re-election? That's just duping the electorate, to stand & be re-elected only to quit less than 24hrs after the election. Scumbag act. And, using 'family' as the excuse, pathetic.
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Michael Rowland Mar 24
BREAKING: And we have a (majority) winner. calls the seat of Dubbo for the Nats, delivering the Berejiklian government 47 seats and a majority in the NSW Legislative Assembly.
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brigid glanville Mar 24
NSW Labor leadership under a cloud. Michael Daley won’t survive. Kogarah mp Chris Minns will challenge. Strathfield MP Jodi Mckay hasn’t revealed what she will do but I’m told head office is more likely to support her as she had a swing towards her in her marginal Seat.
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Bevan Shields Apr 14
Former federal senator David Leyonhjelm fails in his bid to switch to the NSW Parliament
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Nature NSW Mar 25
. if you're serious, here's a list to get you started: - end deforestation to save the koala - boost clean energy - Great Koala National Park - end logging our native forests - rule out new dams and return more water to Murray-Darling
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Michael Rowland Mar 24
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Tony Abbott Mar 24
" won because she was going to build the big projects the NSW needs just to keep up - while Labor was going to cancel them." Read More:
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Michael Rowland Mar 24
Just re-elected for an 8 year term on Saturday.
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Adam Macrae Mar 24
Unlike the fish, Western communities will not curl up and die in their own pool. we have just fired the first warning shot.
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Andrew Stafford Mar 23
With the Nats being clubbed in , thought I'd repost this Patreon piece on their critical failure to respond to the crisis in Menindee, where they barely polled a vote
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