political
2018

2018-229P  The ABC that the government would fully fund.
On further ABC funding cuts.

2018-216P  Further ABC funding cuts.
On the latest round of ABC funding cuts.

2018-211P  Common pre-election sweeteners.
Tax cuts to big business.

2018-205P  What Newstart allowance recipients really live on.
On claims by MP Julia Banks that she could live on the $40 a day Newstart allowance.

2018-178P  Culturally significant sites will be protected.
On the Northern Territory government lifting the ban on gas fracking.

2018-171P  ABC content that's rising.
On the erosion of the Australian Broadcasting corporation’s independence.

2018-156P  The Greens current policy platform.
On claims that the Greens leader Richard Di Natale is seeking to alter the Greens’ policy platform.

2018-152P  Honest Mal's used power generation vehicles.
On the Government pushing Alinta Energy to buy AGL’s ailing Liddell coal-fired power station.

2018-150P  The gospel according to Tony Abbott.
On the Tony Abbott’s fixation on coal at the expense of renewables.

2018-143P  Government concerns over Regional forestry agreements.
Questioning the Environmental protection capabilities of current Regional Forestry Agreements.
2018-140P  Today's gun control agreement.
On the 1996 National firearms agreement being deliberately eroded by some of the States.

2018-133P  Counting the loopholes in Queensland's land clearing laws.
Drawn in response to an article about loopholes in the Queensland Government’s new land-clearing laws that ‘would allow broad scale razing’.

2018-131P  Implementing the SA government's new renewable energy policy.
The new South Australian Liberal Government flagging changes to the current SA renewable energy policy.

2018-128P  Welcome to the club.
On the Greens political infighting in the wake of the Batman by-election.

2018-124P  The Government's preferred ABC news coverage.
On the head of the ABC, Michelle Guthrie, claiming that ABC news should cover more human interest stories.  Guthrie was an appointee of the current LNP government.

2018-122P  Watering down the gun laws.
On Peter Dutton being in talks to create a gun lobby to change the gun laws.

2018-113P  Well that didn't cost us much.
On Australia being granted an exemption from the US steel tariff.

2018-106P  Enforcing land clearing regulations.
On Queensland MPs forcing government to back off on land-clearing enforcement.

2018-103P  High calibre candidates.
On the Tasmanian Liberal government’s promise to soften Tasmania’s gun laws.

2018-095P  Bill Shorten's chameleon stance.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten's ambiguous stance on the Adani mine.

2018-091P  Do not know Michael McCormack.
On the appointment of Michael McCormack as the new leader of the National Party.

2018-090P  More interested in closing the gap.
Malcolm Turnbull no longer caring about reconciliation with Indigenous Australians.
2018-080P  Where Labor stands on the Adani mine.
On the ALP’s failure to take a definite position on the Adani mine.

2018-076P  Christensen only joking.
On George Christensen’s “do you feel lucky, greenie punks?” faux pas.

2018-074P Morality in politics.
On Turnbull’s ban on Ministers having sex with ministerial staffers.

2018-048P Only a small amount red tape.
Aust. Federal government's attempts to limit political lobbying by charities.

2018-045P-V  Filing cabinet security.
Top secret documents left in old government filing cabinet.

2018-037P  Charitable groups rights.
The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission pushing for new powers to regulate charities.

2018-034P  The Government's  Great Barrier reef rescue package.
Great Barrier Reef to get $60m rescue package from government.

2018-036P  ALP hierarchy door.
Why the ALP grass roots membership is so much smaller today.

2018-026P Dental service waiting room.
Federal funding cuts for dental health services increasing waiting times for treatment.

2018-025  Celebrating 26th January.
Using Australia day to remind people that a quarter of the Australian flag is made up of another country’s flag.

2018-022P  If only the judiciary was like him.
On Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Peter Dutton’s criticism of the judiciary.

2018-011P  Politician seeking policy advice.
Politicians increasingly disregarding expert policy advice that does not fit with their ideological views.