Police are hunting a man who allegedly used a fishing rod to steal jewellery from a high-end fashion store in Melbourne’s CBD.
A 95-year-old woman who died in a Sydney hospital on Tuesday night was confirmed to have had the COVID-19 strain.
Media release – Extinction Rebellion, Hobart, 3 March 2020 XRTAS has had a gutful from the Ministry of Greenwashing: Stop misleading the public! As the Tasmanian government returned to parliament on March 3, around 40 Rebels descended upon Parliament House grounds to express their physical disgust toward the greenwashing coming from the Minister for Climate […]
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Tornadoes ripped across Tennessee early Tuesday, shredding at least 40 buildings and killing at least 19 people.
Following revelations from the National Audit Office in Senate Estimates,Greens Senator Janet Rice has condemned the Morrison government for their corrupt behaviour and for meddling with the list of sports projects funding hours after the Federal election was called. Senator Janet Rice, Greens spokesperson for Sport said: “Morrison is absolutely up to his neck in … Continue reading “MORRISON’S FINGERPRINTS ARE ALL OVER SPORTS RORTS SCANDAL, ANAO REVELATIONS SHOW”
The climate crisis is heating Australia faster than other nations and answers to Greens questions at Senate Estimates today confirm Australia will warm by ‘closer to 4 degrees’, not the 2 degrees agreed to in the Paris Agreement on climate change, with Scott Morrison marching us on a path towards death. Under questioning by Senator … Continue reading “Senate Estimates reveal Australia not on track for Paris climate targets: Bandt”
Australian Greens Senator for NSW and Education spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi, has said that private schools will be able to spend the $1.2 billion ‘Choice and Affordability’ slush fund with enormous discretion. Flexible guidelines for the fund have been released as parliament debates handing out a further $3.4 billion for private schools. Senator Faruqi said: “Private schools … Continue reading “Private School Favouritism Confirmed With Broad Slush Fund Guidelines & New Bill”
Greens Treasury spokesperson, Senator Peter Whish-Wilson, and leader, Adam Bandt MP, called on the government to respond to today’s interest rate cut with stimulus spending, including for transformative infrastructure. Senator Whish-Wilson said “this government must overcome seven years of surplus mania. “We have the triple whammy of COVID-19, secular stagnation and a climate emergency, including recent … Continue reading “Today’s rate cut lays the foundation for a Green New Deal: Whish-Wilson, Bandt”
The City will come alive this weekend with Newcastle hosting multiple major events including world class sport, live music and family entertainment. There will be no shortage of things to do from Friday, with the Newcastle Show, Matildas versus Vietnam, Surfest final, The Drop music festival and Barrelled Food and Wine Festival expected to attract … Continue reading “Bumper weekend of events may attract thousands”
The NSW Government will provide stamp duty relief for people who lost their homes during the bushfires and who choose to purchase a replacement home elsewhere rather than rebuild. Deputy Premier and Minister responsible for Disaster Recovery John Barilaro, and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet, said the latest NSW Government assistancewould enable people to get back on … Continue reading “NSW GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE STAMP DUTY RELIEF FOR PEOPLE WHO LOST HOMES DURING BUSHFIRES”
To celebrate World Wildlife Day, the NSW Government has announced six new koala habitat restoration projects, which include planting 50,000 koala feed tree seedlings, in the Northern Rivers and Far South Coast regions. Environment Minister Matt Kean said he was pleased to provide up to $150,000 in funding to a wide range of organisations, including … Continue reading “SEEDS OF HOPE FOR NSW KOALAS”
Police are investigating after three cars were stolen and used during two break and enters in Lake Macquarie. About 3.30am today (Tuesday 3 March) three people driving the stolen vehicles attended a service station at Wyee. The three forced entry through an external toilet door, smashed through a wall and into the service station, where … Continue reading “Appeal for information after theft and ram raid – Lake Macquarie”