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Michael McKenna Apr 16
Not sure what this says about the Mav for Senate tilt but could explain why he spends so much time standing roadside... Caption Competition anyone?
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Andrew Wilkie MP Apr 16
It's a politician's job to listen. Last night I heard loud and clear. Hobart says no to high-rise and no to a cable car.
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Alex Johnston Apr 15
In a very brief response says this tweet is “not accurate”
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Clark Cooley Apr 16
I can feel rage emanating from this mornings mistake
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𝙰𝚕𝚎𝚡 𝙶𝚞𝚒𝚋𝚘𝚛𝚍 Apr 16
Something to think about as polls tighten in Braddon and Bass. Tasmanian delegation of voted in favour of selling with no members voting against. 🤬
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Jasper Lees Apr 9
Well.. I think the sky is still there? Excuse me while I go cut onions
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Rosalie Woodruff 🌿 Apr 16
*shock* Eric Abetz, and the other Tas Liberals delegates, voted to privatise the ABC.
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Andrew Wilkie MP Apr 17
Where I stand on ... social security Government pensions and payments must be raised to levels that people can actually live on. The Centrelink robo-debt program should be replaced with one that's timely, accurate and fair.
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Alex Johnston Apr 17
Great to see fan-favourite going national tonight on
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Greg Barns Apr 10
genuine liberals are rare in Australia but Tasmanian Liberal is one. She crossed the floor to support gender choice law. She faced down the nasty religious right.
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Richard Griggs Apr 11
In the 2018/19 Right To Information National Dashboard Tasmania ranks worst for number of blanket refusals to release information. One in four applications in Tas were refused access in full. Not good enough and time for more transparency. Source:
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Scott Plimpton Apr 14
Hey , which Hobart business does this couple run? I can't say I recognise them. It's not an American stock shot is it?
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Bob Brown Apr 15
This ruling by the Federal Court is a big win for Australia’s environment and in particular a big win for the southern right whales which just a few decades ago were on the edge of extinction. Photo Nikki Davis-Jones
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Shannon Wells 42m
Pembroke libs strategy again getting publicity for the wrong reasons
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Alexandra Humphries Apr 9
Sue Hickey and Cassy O’Connor celebrating with transgender advocates after birth certificate legislation passes
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Transforming Tasmania Apr 10
Thank you so much to & for all their wonderful support ♥️💕💞
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Emily Baker Apr 14
Court ruling hailed as win for salmon protesters — interesting in Lake Malbena context
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EqualityAustralia 🌈 Apr 10
What a wonderful moment in the Tasmanian parliament today as MPs pass historic legislation
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TALAOLP 16h
via Is there a big massive room with dozens of people going through our tweets and FB post in headquarters banishing us to time out CAN'T TRUST
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Bob Brown Apr 14
We won for the whales and Tasmania's wild oceans today. Environmentalists say court ruling a big win for the environment and southern right whales.
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