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TURNBULL AND PORTER INSULT POLICE WOMEN

Malcolm Turnbull and the Minister for Social Services, Christian Porter have today insulted police women protecting our communities. Asked in Question Time today by Bill Shorten: “Under the Government's latest cuts to Paid Parental Leave, a female police officer in Victoria will lose 12 weeks of Paid Parental Leave. That's a... Read more

TIN-EARED TURNBULL GOVERNMENT’S INCOMPETENCE EXPOSED

The Turnbull Government’s incompetence has been exposed again with crossbench Senators joining Labor in opposing the Government’s unfair omnibus cuts to families, pensioners, new mums and young people. The Turnbull Government must now drop its unfair omnibus cuts to Family Tax Benefits, paid parental leave, Newstart and the Energy Supplement that... Read more

TURNBULL HOLDS NDIS HOSTAGE

The Turnbull Government is now holding the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) hostage over its $5.6 billion in cuts to families, new mums, pensioners, people with disability, carers and young jobseekers.  This is a disgraceful political game of brinksmanship. People with disability do not deserve to be treated with such... Read more

PORTER GETS IT WRONG ON FAMILY TAX BENEFITS

Christian Porter has got it wrong again. This afternoon on Sky News Christian Porter put in another worst on ground performance. Mr Porter was asked: DAVID SPEERS: “You’re pointing to the fact that those on Family Tax Benefit A would get an extra $20 a fortnight under the changes you put... Read more


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Centenary of Anzac

During the First World War between 1914 and 1918, more than 416,000 Australians enlisted voluntarily from a population of just five million.

330,000 ventured overseas. 60,000 never returned.

As part...Read more

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