The ‘suffering’ of Peter Dutton and Scott Morrison – @Qldaah #auspol






The true victims of the refugee crisis on Nauru and Manus Island revealed.






The killing of the plebiscite: @burgewords comments on #MarriageEquality






Our position, and the position the LGBTI community wants us to advocate, is very simple: no plebiscite under any circumstances, just a free vote. THERE has been no progress on marriage equality in Australia since long before former Prime Minister Tony Abbott tricked his moderate frontbenchers into a marathon joint party room meeting with the hard-right National Party in […]






Stop the guns: Tony Abbott saved Australia. Again. – @Qldaah #auspol






The debate over the Adler 110 shotgun reaches new levels of absurdity in Canberra. You probably missed it but somewhere back in 2015 Prime Minister Tony Abbott threw himself into the breach once more to save the country. This time it wasn’t in the path of raggedly dressed refugees on boats. This time it was real. This […]






Malcolm Turnbull’s worst day at the office – @Qldaah #auspol






Nauru, the Adler shotgun and liberty.






In absentia, Wyatt Roy clears himself of ‘war tourism’ – @Qldaah #auspol #qldpol






Wyatt Roy’s trip into the Daesh conflict zone raises senate committee questions.






He’s not the Messiah, he’s a very naughty Wyatt Roy – @Qldaah #qldpol #auspol






The radicalisation of a future prime minister.






Turnbull increases #climate aid for Pacific at Regional leaders meeting reports @takvera






Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull attended the Pacific Leaders’ meeting forum, and announced a small increase in climate related aid for the region. But this comes after the Abbott Government slashed Australia’s foreign aid budget to extremely low levels in 2014. Related: Pacific pariah: how Australia’s love of coal has left it out in the […]






#CensusFail: John Citizen meets Joe Public – @Qldaah #auspol






e-Census software tester Revolution IT claims it was not given a mandate to test against Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks but a curious testimonial from Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Technical Director, John Citizen, praises their subject knowledge and advice.






The Mundingburra gambit: The plan to recapture Herbert – @Qldaah #qldpol #auspol






Inconsistencies alleged by the Liberal National Party in the polling for the Queensland federal seat of Herbert echo the 1995 legal challenge to Labor’s victory in the Queensland state electorate of Mundingburra.






Don Dale abuses: Nigel Scullion went to dinner – @Qldaah #ntpol #auspol






Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion’s office was given advanced warning of the airing of the ABC Four Corners program, Australia’s Shame. However, the minister kept his dinner date.