The answer is an emphatic YES. Politicians have been suffering from an extremely low trust quotient for a long time but such blatant and gross misbehavior being not just endorsed but appreciated by Sarah Hanson-Young (SH-Y) as to call the younger idiot (Anning is the bigger one) Australia’s Hero is
Inga Peulich, a friend of the Victorian Indian community loses to Liberal Democrats’ David Limbrick Melbourne, December 11: As the final count of votes has now been finalized by the Victorian electoral commission (VEC), although Dr Ali Khan has lost in the final count of preferences due to leakage of
Samantha Ratnam re-elected Melbourne, November 26: As Victorians went to polls on Saturday, many of our own, 51 to be precise, were making history participating in those polls declaring their resolve to take control of how our state should be run. They thought it is time to have their ‘say’
On 24 November Victorians will go to the polls. The state’s Labor government, headed by Daniel Andrews as premier, will be seeking a second term. Liberal leader Matthew Guy will be trying to argue that the Andrews government has failed and that the Liberal-National coalition should be elected to govern.
The internal affairs at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (the ABC) that have led to the dismissal of its general manager, Michelle Guthrie, and the board chairman, Justin Milne, had the effect of pushing parliamentary politics to the side. This may have been a good thing for newly installed prime minister