Australian Greens Senator for Victoria Dr Richard Di Natale has resigned as Parliamentary Leader of the Australian Greens. “It has been a privilege and an honour to lead the Australian Greens in the federal parliament for the past four years, fighting every day for the values that millions of Australians care so deeply about,” Di … Continue reading “Di Natale Resigns Parliamentary Leadership”
New figures released today prove beyond doubt that Anthony Albanese and his Labor team are nothing more than highly-paid mouthpieces for militant unions. Electoral Commission political donation data reveals that more than $13.8 million was pumped into Labor’s coffers by unions in 2018/19, while almost $35 million was spent directly by unions on trying to … Continue reading “Labor sells its soul to militant unions”
Small businesses and councils affected by the bushfires can apply for a suite of financial assistance packages thanks to the NSW and Commonwealth Governments. The financial support includes grants of up to $50,000 for small businesses directly affected by bushfire, up to $250,000 to Local Government Areas, a Bushfire Working Capital Loan of up to $50,000 and … Continue reading “NSW FIRE-AFFECTED BUSINESSES AND COUNCILS ENCOURAGED TO ACCESS FINANCIAL SUPPORT”
The NSW Government will help regional and rural patients impacted by bushfires with their travel and accommodation costs when attending specialist medical treatments. Deputy Premier John Barilaro said the NSW Government is looking at ways to support bushfire-affected communities with practical solutions to make life a little easier during an incredibly tough time. “People in … Continue reading “TRAVEL SUBSIDIES FOR PATIENTS IN BUSHFIRE AREAS”
The NSW Government has today announced six months of council rates relief to ease the burden for anyone who has lost their home or small business in the recent bush fires. Deputy Premier and Minister responsible for Disaster Recovery John Barilaro and Minister for Local Government Shelley Hancock said the funding is part of the … Continue reading “COUNCIL RATES RELIEF FOR BUSHFIRE AFFECTED COMMUNITIES”
Google has been apologising to some of its users after a “technical issue” uploaded personal videos to the archives of strangers.
A surfer has been rescued after getting into trouble at a Lake Macquarie beach tonight. About 6pm (Tuesday 4 February 2020), two 17-year-old boys went surfing at Redhead Beach, Redhead, and were separated in the large swell. One of the teens returned to shore, while the second was heard by witnesses calling for help after … Continue reading “Distressed surfer rescued – Lake Macquarie”
A third man has been charged following an investigation into a public place shooting in the Hunter Valley last month. About 3am on Wednesday 29 January 2020, police were called to Mills Crescent, Cessnock, following reports of shots fired. A short time later, officers attached to Hunter Valley Police District stopped a Holden Commodore sedan … Continue reading “Third man charged after public place shooting – Cessnock”
A 1.5 metre carpet python has become the source of online delight after hiding under an outdoor chair in Queensland.
A man in his 20s and a baby boy are recovering from measles after returning from Nepal and the Philippines in the past week.
Scott Morrison says he “respectfully disagrees” with the Chinese ambassador over complaints about an inbound travel ban and the idea Chinese travellers should be compensated.
Australian officials halted the evacuation of a young girl from China’s coronavirus epicentre according to reports.