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22 Sep Silencing dissent – now that’s the road to tyranny

James Paterson - The Australian - Tuesday September 22 2020 The anti-discrimination complaint against Tasmanian Liberal senator Claire Chandler is the latest example of the threat to free speech posed by Australia’s state and federal anti-discrimination laws, and the bodies tasked with enforcing them. Ironically, the complaint...

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16 Sep Email evidence exposes Dan

Tom Minear and Shannon Deery - The Herald Sun - Wednesday 16 September 2020 DANIEL Andrews has been accused of lying after damning documents directly contradicted his repeated claim that Australian Defence Force support was not offered for Victoria's hotel quarantine system. Emails released on Tuesday show...

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16 Sep Victoria received ADF quarantine offer in April

Hannah Wootton - The Australian Financial Review - Wednesday 16 September The Australian Defence Force offered Victoria's most senior public servant help to guard quarantine hotels as early as April, contradicting claims repeated by Premier Daniel Andrews. A federal government statement tendered to the Hotel Quarantine Inquiry...

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11 Sep ‘Journos’ linked to propaganda unit

Ben Packham - The Australian - Friday 11 September 2020 Four Chinese “journalists” raided by ASIO were part of a Communist Party propaganda operation in Australia, ­influencing local Chinese-language media and reporting to Beijing on members of the Australian-Chinese community. China’s harassment and ­attempted detention of Australian journalists Bill...

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07 Sep Push for home ownership focus over super build-up

Ronald Mizen - Australian Financial Review - Sunday 06 September 2020 A growing group of Liberal MPs want home ownership to be a cornerstone principle of the retirement system, overturning a three decade focus on building high superannuation balances. The Australian Financial Review has spoken to more...

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04 Sep Verdict on class actions: high costs, low benefits

Chris Merritt - The Australian - Friday 04 September 2020 James Paterson’s inquiry into class actions and litigation funding has been presented with details of a financial scandal that will make it extremely difficult for the litigation industry to resist the case for reform. The joint parliamentary...

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