Survived the drought, destroyed by Labor 

The Drought: “It’s crushing and it goes on and on and on” – Dan McDonald who survived the drought from 2012 but was ultimately crushed by Labor in 2017. Queensland Grazier’s Fight For ‘Justice’ After Clearing Trees To Feed Cattle During Drought A Queensland grazier was convicted for pushing over [native Mulga] trees on his […]

‘Ms. Tree’?

The tree was absent from a ‘cultural heritage management plan’ completed in 2013 but in January 2017, ‘Ms.Tree’ was ‘identified’ as a ‘birthing tree’ by Indigenous woman Carmel Thannhauser who ‘saw the tree for the first time’ that month. “Last-minute bid to save significant tree in path of Western Highway” – The Age Feb 2017: […]

Dopey Dan risks Victorian lives with Multilingual roadsign strategy

MPs push for airport licence testing in a bid to stop dangerous international drivers Premier Daniel Andrews has turned down a suggestion to test international drivers at the airport suggested by Bev McArthur, Western Victoria MP. Approximately 20 per cent of accidents an ambulance is called to on the scenic road involve an international driver. […]

Faced with a choice, Labor chooses China

China ‘deplores’ Liberal MP Andrew Hastie for Nazi Germany comparison “Labor frontbencher Jim Chalmers said Mr Hastie’s intervention was extreme, overblown and unwelcome. He said both major parties had to navigate complex economic and national security issues when managing the relationship with China. ‘This kind of intervention makes that harder, not easier’, he told ABC […]

Shorten says loss was ‘disappointing for the nation’

“Shorten to soldier on after defeat” Bill Shorten says Labor’s surprise election loss was ‘very disappointing for the nation’ but has vowed to remain in parliament, arguing it is time for the party to move on and challenge the government. Source: The Australian Disappointed Australians: Donald Trump – Honorary Australian (top left) Bob Katter (centre […]

Victoria voted for solar … but they got Daniel Andrews

Solar Homes Rolling Out To Even More Victorians “Daniel Andrews today joined Minister for Solar Homes Lily D’Ambrosio to announce that the next phase of rebates for solar panels, batteries and hot water systems would kick off from 1 July 2019. The Labor Government’s $1.3 billion Solar Homes program will see 770,000 Victorian households take […]

Power to the Penguins(humans have to wait)

Solar Panels Powering Penguin Parade Visitor Centre A new $58.2 million visitor centre on Victoria’s Phillip Island featuring a large-scale solar panel installation was officially opened last week by Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Environment, Energy and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio. The 200kW system was installed by Gippsland Solar, which says 666 Trina Solar […]

Labor’s Horror Movie: “Singing” and “Dancing” on Whyalla’s grave

Emerson defends Whyalla wipeout stunt (July 2012) During an interview with the ABC, Emerson started “dancing” and “singing” ‘No Whyalla wipe-out, there on my TV’ to the tune of Skyhooks’ 1970s hit Horror Movie. Dr Emerson was responding to Opposition Leader Tony Abbott’s previous comments that the South Australian city of Whyalla would be ‘wiped […]

Failure specialists to do Labor Wipeout post mortem

Craig Emerson joins Jay Weatherill for Labor’s poll post mortem Former Gillard government cabinet minister Craig Emerson will join former South Australian premier Jay Weatherill in leading an internal inquiry into Labor’s disastrous loss in the May 18 federal election. Source: The Australian Emerson defends Whyalla wipeout stunt His former rock star colleague, Peter Garrett, […]