Part 6 of NoFibs Australian election coverage 2016: @Qldaah #ausvotes #auspol #qldpol

David Marler

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Ongoing coverage of the Australian election campaign for 2016.

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Angry shouty treasurer.
Childcare package.
Close race.
Saving Jamie Briggs.
Superannuation rebellion.
The Qld Weekly - No Fibs
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(June 6, 2016) Day 30 – Angry shouty treasurer

George Christensen referred to AEC

New England votes update

Angry shouty treasurer

ABC News 24 - Penny Wong says Scott Morrison is an "angry-shouty" treasurer.

ABC News 24 – Penny Wong says Scott Morrison is an “angry-shouty” treasurer.

Turnbull declares himself a feminist

9 News: Unlike his minister for women & deputy leader, Malcolm Turnbull declares he's a feminist.

9 News: Unlike his minister for women & deputy leader, Malcolm Turnbull declares he’s a feminist.

Turnbull to change Fair Work Act

ABC News 24: Turnbull will change Fair Work Act after Vic firefighters Fairwork decision.

ABC News 24: Turnbull will change Fair Work Act after Vic firefighters Fairwork decision.

Malcolm Turnbull reflects on his parents

ABC News 24: Malcolm Turnbull reflects on his parents after campaign ad release.

ABC News 24: Malcolm Turnbull reflects on his parents after campaign ad release.

Indi votes update

  • Shana Morgan reported, “Jenny O’Connor is not your stereotypical hippie, loony kind of green.The nurse, Indigo Shire councillor and mother says she is just an ordinary person with strong views on social and environmental policies, which should be the real stereotype of the party.”: Campaign veteran Jenny O’Connor in for vote number eight.
  • Shana Morgan reported, “Cathy McGowan has declared she can win the seat of Indi by a bigger margin than in 2013. The independent, who beat Sophie Mirabella by just 439 votes last time around, had been cautious in saying she believed the poll would be tight again.”: Cathy McGowan says winning margin to grow.

After school hours childcare

7 News - Families day on the campaign: Childcare funding & Turnbull reflects on his Dad.

7 News – Families day on the campaign: Childcare funding & Turnbull reflects on his Dad.

ABC News 24 - Malcolm Turnbull confirms no changes to childcare payments until 2018.

ABC News 24 – Malcolm Turnbull confirms no changes to childcare payments until 2018.

ABC News 24 - Kate Ellis announcing increased outside school hours care & accountability.

ABC News 24 – Kate Ellis announcing increased outside school hours care & accountability.

Fiona Nash lashing

Nationals Senator Fiona Nash has accused Bill Shorten of “prehistoric language” for using the term “little women” but footage here shows that he did not.

A recent study showed that rising childcare costs make it uneconomical for women to go to work or return to the workforce.

Newspoll 2PP 50 percent

Cartoons

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(June 5, 2016) Day 29 – Childcare package

Turnbull fights for firefighters

ABC News: Turnbull Govt not accepting Fairwork ruling on Victorian firefighters.

ABC News: Turnbull Govt not accepting Fairwork ruling on Victorian firefighters.

Tanya Plibersek and the sleeper issue

  • Tom Allard reported, “Frustration, she says, is mounting about the slowing of internet speeds as the telecommunications network gets overloaded as households’ consumption of data rises dramatically. Dubbed the “Netflix effect”, the amount of data sucked through the copper-based cable network, much of it driven by streaming services such as Netflix and Stan, has doubled in the past year or so, and continues to rise at record rates.”: Tanya Plibersek and the sleeper issue of the election campaign.

Liberal Party sleight of hand

  • Adam Gartrell reported, “Privacy campaigners have accused the Liberal Party of an “appalling” sleight of hand for using what looks deceptively like an official government website to harvest people’s personal information. The Australian Privacy Foundation’s David Vaile says the website, which spruiks the government’s $840 million PaTH to Jobs internship program, appears to be deliberately misleading.”: Liberal Party accused of ‘appalling’ approach to privacy with misleading website.

Increasing childcare cap and benefit

9 News: Bill Shorten pledges to bring forward childcare package.

9 News: Bill Shorten pledges to bring forward childcare package.

Marriage equality

Wildlife boost

Frayed ends of bush loyalty

Mentioning Trump

Mentioning the war

ABC Insiders: War, war, war & war: Malcolm Turnbull & Scott Morrison mention the war.

ABC Insiders: War, war, war & war: Malcolm Turnbull & Scott Morrison mention the war.

Superannuation muddle

ABC Insiders - Superannuation is complex: Turnbull Govt in a muddle over policy.

ABC Insiders – Superannuation is complex: Turnbull Govt in a muddle over policy.

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(June 4, 2016) Day 28 – Close race

Newman Turnbull clash

Wondering if the Crosby-Textor format used in the UK election, the Australian election and the Queensland election is getting a bit old.

During the 2015 Queensland election campaign, the LNP famously misspelled “stronger” as “stonger”.

Renewable energy

Kids debate

Augmented reality

Footage of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten backing corporate tax cuts in 2011 has been circulated in the media. However, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull as recently as 2015 on ABC 730 expressed budgetary concerns.

ABC News - Augmented reality: Both Turnbull & Shorten have been for & against corporate tax cuts.

ABC News – Augmented reality: Both Turnbull & Shorten have been for & against corporate tax cuts.

 Fairfax Ipsos poll

7 News - Polling shows result too close to call but expect more "jobs & growth" slogans.

7 News – Polling shows result too close to call but expect more “jobs & growth” slogans.

Battle for Warringah

  • Angela McCormack reported, “It’s VERY likely that former PM Tony Abbott has his seat of Warringah in the bag for the upcoming election. He’s held it for 22 years, the locals love him, and it’s a staunchly blue-ribbon electorate. But he’ll have to swat away a growing number of statistically-doomed underdogs before he seals the deal.”: Meet the student taking on Tony Abbott (and James Mathison).

Nuns deface political poster

Arts restoration

ABC News: Bill Shorten pledges an arts sector restoration.

ABC News: Bill Shorten pledges an arts sector restoration.

Bill in Melbourne

Mal in Adelaide

9 News: Malcolm Turnbull fears a hung parliament.

9 News: Malcolm Turnbull fears a hung parliament.

Hansonism hits wall of resistance

9 News Brisbane - "People trust me": Pauline Hanson believes protesters at her launch were paid.

9 News Brisbane – “People trust me”: Pauline Hanson believes protesters at her launch were paid.

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(June 3, 2016) Day 27 – Saving Jamie Briggs

Wyatt Roy in trouble

Jamie Briggs says he wasn’t dumped

Mal goes to Mayo

ABC News 24: Jobs & growth chant Jamie Briggs & Malcolm Turnbull on losing Sth Australian seats.

ABC News 24: Jobs & growth chant Jamie Briggs & Malcolm Turnbull on losing Sth Australian seats.

Bill on the Apple Isle

ABC stoush with Labor

Cash for candidacy

Tony Abbott

Nemo found

Defection

Tax cuts modelling way out

Action on climate change

  • John Englart reported, “The latest Vote Compass data on carbon pricing and climate change shows that Australians want more action on climate change and back carbon pricing. Some 63 per cent of Australians want carbon pricing back and 74 per cent support more government action on climate change. But Coalition voters remain split on carbon pricing.”: Support for carbon pricing at 63 percent, vote compass finds.
ABC News 24: Voters want government to do more about #ClimateChange, Vote Compass finds.

ABC News 24: Voters want government to do more about climate change, Vote Compass finds.

Cartoons

 

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(June 2, 2016) Day 26 – Superannuation rebellion

Super policy frail

ABC News: The complexities of superannuation bewilder our lawmakers.

ABC News: The complexities of superannuation bewilder our lawmakers.

Qld abandoned by Turnbull Government

ABC News 24 - Turnbull Government has abandoned Qld's disaster recovery program.

ABC News 24 – Turnbull Government has abandoned Qld’s disaster recovery program.

War on growth

ABC News 24 - War on growth: Scott Morrison uses the word "war" 13 times at presser.

ABC News 24 – War on growth: Scott Morrison uses the word “war” 13 times at presser.

Pyne whine time

PM’s email leak

Bill’s fishing trip

Chaser stunt creates #ElectionRat

Cartoons

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