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The 2013 Federal Election was one of the most intriguing in decades because of the absolute circus the Senate election process became, painfully played out over weeks and months on national television to the delight of giggling voters. 698 more words
Reports the Abbott government are seeking to “axe” the Renewable Energy Target puts a sharper focus on state government plans for renewable energy. With a Victorian state election on the horizon, voters want to know what plans the major parties have to secure renewable energy jobs and investment. 201 more words
Much ink has been spilled over the latest round of ICAC hearings and their dramatic, if unsurprising, results. And good ink it was. With every political scandal there is of course defenders of the subjects, no matter how obviously in the wrong they were. 422 more words
Joe Hockey hopes that by increasing the fuel levy, he will put a halt to the age-old Australian right of passage: A quickie on the side of the road before you realise you’ve missed curfew. 594 more words
Today the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, made one of his strongest ‘Team Australia’ statements yet, stating on national radio that “everyone has got to put this country, its interests, its values and its people first, and you don’t migrate to this country unless you want to join our team.” 984 more words
The Australian Financial Review report today that the Abbott government is considering “axing” the Renewable Energy Target—Australia’s flagship renewable energy policy.
Reports that the Abbott government is contemplating taking the axe to the Renewable Energy Target further demonstrates how out of touch it is with the views of Australians. 235 more words