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Robb Oakeshott’s in the press today talking about how corporate donations to the major parties could well fuel cynicism among the voters. Apparently the laborals raked in over $200 million last year. Another article breaks down the details of the … Continue reading
Happy Australia day. The anniversary of the arrival of the British in Australia. Also this year is the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal Embassy. And Happy Anniversary to the Egyptian revolution too… One year on and they have themselves a … Continue reading
I’m rather passionate about human rights and sustainable community as well as having had an unpleasant experience with homelessness myself recently. Since the issue has come up in the press lately, here’s a couple of links and some thoughts. There … Continue reading
After enduring a horribly boring election campaign and then the tantrum from the minions of the Evil Overlord because the Australia electorate disobeyed him, there’s now a State election due in Victoria, on November 27th. Aside from bets being taken … Continue reading
As if we needed any further illustration as to why media ownership laws ought to be the first isssue the new Government tackles. The behaviour of the press during yesterday’s announcements was, without exception, dreadful. For decades the behaviour of … Continue reading