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GIVEN THE GOVERNANCE track record of the federal Liberal and National Parties Coalition, the Bulletin agrees with those who say it’s TIME FOR A CHANGE on May 21. The mainstream media’s insistence on covering the federal election like a horse race between the two main party leaders, like a beauty contest

Federal election in May: Time for change?

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A DETAILED PROGRAM for ‘fixing’ aged care in Australia and paying aged care workers properly; boosting childcare affordability; fighting for fair wages across the board; climate change action headed by a focus on renewable energy to make Australia a standout renewables economy (that also offers a mass of new jobs); a return to

The real threat now to Australian life, nature

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THE UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY General Antonio Guterres did not pull his punches as he released the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) latest and most urgent real-world data report: He said it revealed a “criminal” abdication of leadership around the world. The report again warned that Australia is in the top

Next race, Monaro Stakes — Sat 12th

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Surveying the field of this event and recent winners the Bulletin says TIME FOR A CHANGE — so the public gets a better deal and value for their support. At stake is not just a race-day thrill but the issues piling up in the background: health for humans and other animals,

National Party dirty tricks

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WHILE NOT A member of the Labor Party, I have been impressed by Bryce Wilson and was willing to help out at the Pre-Poll centre in Jerrabomberra, in his campaign to be elected this Saturday at the state by-election for Monaro. I witnessed this. Late in the afternoon a woman rushed

Introducing QPRC new Mayor and Deputy Mayor

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KENRICK WINCHESTER IS the new mayor of Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council, supported by Esma Livermore as deputy. They were elected at a special council meeting dedicated to electing new office bearers and committee members on Wednesday 12 January. ABOVE: Kenrick Wincester and Esma Livermore. Credit QPRC. There were two formal nominations for the

Progressive candidates sweep QPRC Council election, indeed.

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DATELINE 21 DECEMBER 2021. The final tally of elected councillors for Queanbeyan Palerang Regional Council (QPRC) confirms our earlier headline that voters chose a majority of candidates on the progressive side of politics. The following 11 new councillors were elected, with the first six named likely to support progressive policy positions on

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