Hastie faces #CanningVotes senior wrath over human rights abuses of Government: @Jackthelad1947 reports

The National Seniors held a forum, Monday, at the Mandurah Netball Pavilion. The Forum was opened by, Michael O’Neill CEO of the Australian National Seniors presented. There were two candidates Andrew Hastie (Lib) and, Matt Keogh (@mattkeogh) (ALP). He said that other candidates had been invited and he had received apologies from, Dr Vanessa Rauland […]

Hastie solar forum no show while #CanningVotes talks renewable energy: @Jackthelad1947 reports

The Australian Solar Council held a Save Solar Forum at Mandurah Bowling and Recreation Club on Sunday. As the national voice of the solar industry they have invested more than $60,000 into the Canning by-election in an effort to save jobs and cut power bills for the people of Canning. The Solar Council says that […]

West Coast #Twitterati @Jackthelad1947 to report #CanningVotes from ground zero

Although I’m new to NoFibs, I have been blogging for over 10 years. I first met Margo Kingston in 2007 when she asked me to report on Leichhardt (Far North Queensland) electorate during the Kevin07 campaign. Leichhardt had the largest swing of the elction, 14% to Labor. I now live in Mandurah, Western Australia in […]

Local #IndiTalks media slams @MirabellaSophie’s “playground politics”: @Jansant reports

Sophie Mirabella (@MirabellaSophie) and Prime Minister Tony Abbott (@TonyAbbottMHR) have been accused of “playground politics” during the Spirit Of Anzac launch in Wodonga on Friday, by snubbing “people’s choice” independent, Cathy McGowan MP (@IndigoCathy) and using the event to promote their party for the next federal election. The Border Mail (@bordermail) editorial said: respect for […]

Get your house in order – The media trial of Billy Gordon: #qldpol #MediaWatch @Qldaah

Live blog of events surrounding the Gordon case. Table of contents Introduction. Get your house in order. Domestic violence is not a political tool – Ross Bowler. Cairns Now and Gavin King. The updates section (January 21, 2016) – Extortion complaint against Christine Gibson dropped. (December 23, 2015) – Billy Gordon vows comeback. (December 09, 2015) – Matter […]

Feb 2015 – Qld female underemployment worst since 1978, #qldpol: @Qldaah

Tracking Queensland’s long term unemployment rate. Queensland trend unemployment was revised up from 6.5 percent in January to 6.6 percent before falling back to 6.5 percent for February. New Queensland Treasurer on the block Curtis Pitt said, “The ABS Labour Force numbers released today show there is work ahead to grow Queensland jobs. Trend unemployment […]

Re-borged – The Supportive Springborg – The #QldWeekly blogazine: #qldpol @Qldaah

The Supportive Springborg. (March 21, 2015) – Forgotten Queenslanders. (March 20, 2015) – TC Nathan passes with no loss of life. (March 19, 2015) – Saving The Great Barrier Reef. (March 18, 2015) – Sore losers. (March 17, 2015) – May Day to return to May. (March 16, 2015) -The haunting. (March 15, 2015) – […]

Qld women on the front foot – The Qld Weekly blogazine #qldpol: @qldaah

Blog the week. (March 14, 2015) – No to uranium mining. (March 13, 2015) – Qld arts Renaissance post-Newmanism, modern Palaszczukism. (March 12, 2015) – Alzheimer’s breakthrough. (March 11, 2015) – World Plumbers Day. (March 10, 2015) – Waiting to get on the waiting list . (March 9, 2015) – Operation Undo CaDo. (March 8, 2015) […]

Centenary of defeat for the strong-arm premiers – The Qld Weekly #qldpol: @Qldaah

Centenary of defeat for the strong-arms. (February 28, 2015) – Proof for bail. (February 27, 2015) – Independence Day. (February 26, 2015) – Newman book snag. (February 25, 2015)  – Return to civil unions. (February 24, 2015)  – Verity did it again. (February 23, 2015) – Cabinet day. (February 22, 2015) – Water rising. Highlights […]

A baptism of sea and sky – The Qld Weekly #qldpol: @Qldaah

(February 21, 2015) – Aftermath. (February 20, 2015) – Tropical Cyclone Marcia lands, (February 19, 2015) – Newman lashes out. (February 18, 2015) – Health of the state. (February 17, 2015) – Meeting with business and union leaders. (February 16, 2015) – More experienced. Summary A busy first week for new Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk. […]