We’d rather eat Wuhan bats…

…than be affiliated with the ALP! ALP.news was registered and founded in January 2019, when ALP Politicians blocked the author from asking legitimate questions on their Facebook posts about ALP Policy, like “Can you provide costing for your 50% ‘Renewables’ policy?”. Politicians should not block voters from posing legitimate questions about their policies. Facebook should […]

Our success is Labor’s ‘poison’

March 5, 2012 – Wayne Swan, the ALP Treasurer, launches an attack on Australia’s most successful mining entrepreneurs… Last week, Wayne Swan “intensified his campaign against some of the biggest names in Australian mining” calling for “a pitched battle against the influence of vested interests”. Today, Swan “criticised the big three: Andrew Forrest, Clive Palmer […]

ALP commits to new policies

End the ALP post-mortem and start fighting PM, Marles urges Richard Marles says his party has done enough soul searching about its surprise election defeat and should turn the focus on defeating Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s government. Marles told the Victorian Labor conference on Saturday that Labor needed ‘credible’ economic policies based around wages and […]

Daniel Andrews “Belt-and-road” MOU favours China

Does Daniel Andrews know what he’s getting into? April 2019: Daniel Andrews in hock to China? Daniel Andrews will attend Chinese president Xi Jinping’s forum to promote its controversial Belt and Road Initiative Hmmm… Bank of China expansion raises disclosure questions Bank of China emerges as the fifth largest lender to the Australian government sector […]

Murray-Darling Basin Plan signed into law at last

22 November, 2012: Federal Water Minister Tony Burke signed the Basin Plan into law today, less than 24 hours after receiving the latest draft from the Murray-Darling Basin Authority. The final plan contained everything that Mr Burke asked the Authority to include when he sent it his final changes at the beginning of November. Under […]

Getup! denies that it’s a front for the ALP

This week: GetUp decides to go easy on pro-coal Labor MPs “Left-wing activist group GetUp has admitted it will not campaign against pro-coal Labor MPs like Joel Fitzgibbon over climate change policy and  instead remain focused on the Coalition despite insisting it is a non-partisan organisation”. Source: AFR.com August 2017: Shorten was a founding board […]

Victoria: Pro-bono Police Protection for Marxist protesters

Victoria: Some protesters are more equal than others Not that anyone is attacking THEM or disrupting THEM. THEY are disrupting the public – just like their Comrades disrupted Milo Yiannopolos and Lara Southern. Climate change protests will cost taxpayers ‘hundreds of thousands’ in overtime for police officers Victoria Police Commander Tim Hansen said the force […]