AUSTRALIAN ECONOMY FALLS from best (after GFC remedies under Labor) to below top 20. What is going on when the Coalition rides on a fable about good economic management?
Alan Austin in the Michael West newsletter explains that News Corp media, that is The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, The Herald Sun,
STRUTTING HIS STUFF lest he suffer relevance deprivation, Deputy Premier, Barilaro, despite not attending the Murray-Darling Basin Plan Ministerial Council, decided the plan was “untenable”. Years into the “plan”, in his second term, a Damascene moment of enlightenment suddenly revealed to him (and presumably his government) that NSW is in the
WITH OUR LOCAL, state and federal politics in the clutches of backward-looking Liberal, National party ideas and policies, to the point that many of us want to just opt out for the next three years, the Bulletin will continue to highlight progressive issues and ideas and solutions for all of
REMINISCENT OF THE ALBATROSS in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s (1798) The Rime of the ancient Mariner, the burden of the EDE’s contract implosion will be difficult to shake.
This failure will push posterity’s ratepayers’ burden well beyond the $86m, now projected, considerably beyond $50m originally “sold”. Adding to embarrassment is the fact, now
IN THE LAST year, we’ve seen an unprecedented grassroots movement for action on climate change. In the Global School Strike For Climate, hundreds of thousands of school students and their allies and teachers took to the streets in dozens of countries to protest insufficient action on climate change.
These strikes have
THERE WAS NO celebration of hunting and killing with sale of guns and free admission for children in 2019, at least not on crown land in the heart of Narooma. The decision to cancel was made “for commercial reasons” by the president of the South Coast Hunters Club, and not
HELLO! Web-content designer Sue Van Homrigh and I, and our Bulletin contributing writers, are back on deck.
Sue and I have been sampling how some other parts of the world do it. Short version (more later) — terrifying gridlock and traffic, (where can that end?) but nice sea mammal recovery: otters,
WE HAVE 70 or so kangaroos feeding on 27 hectares of which around 10 hectares is cleared. We have poor soil quality and they STILL can’t keep up with the grass.
We also hand cut grass daily for our smaller joeys in care from the same land. Long green grass, untouched.
WE TOOK ON Tony Abbott and we took on Peter Dutton, because it was the right thing to do. Because of powerful campaigning by GetUp members, Tony Abbott is no longer in our Parliament. The 12.7% swing against him is a rejection of his climate-wrecking and divisive politics.
Peter Dutton only
IT’S TIME TO pick up from the shock of the NSW election results — and face some new shocks that didn’t take long. First, it was no secret that we here at the Bulletin were offering good reasons, particularly regarding environmental and sustainability matters, for a change from the Coalition