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  • Tibor Majlath: As usual the member is comparing the price of 1 kwh across different taxation systems with varying network charges and environment protection costs. The member fails to mention the biggest... (3 days, 9 hours ago)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: Hear, hear. Sadly not too many Liberal politicians hold this view. (3 weeks, 2 days ago)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Are we to believe that there was no price gouging under the previous Labor government and that energy prices increased 100% because of a 10% carbon tax on electricity usage? Didn't we hear of... (3 weeks, 2 days ago)
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  • Adrian Menzel: I totally agree with Rowan. With only 10.45% (2016) of the population living in rural areas the majority of people do not really know what happens out in the "bush". Australia needs to wake up... (3 weeks, 6 days ago)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Is it really to do with silly claims of religious zealotry? Most PV users are more likely to be trying to save on electricity costs. If only the member had read further along in the overview... (21 September 2018)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The senator says that "Although Julia Gillard promised there would be no carbon tax, the deal she did with the Greens meant every single household and business got slapped with the tax, which... (20 September 2018)
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  • Tibor Majlath: How can the member blame everything on renewables? Nearly 50% of the cost of electricity is due to the poles and wires charges which have risen by around 200% in the last 10 years. These... (19 September 2018)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member muses on the vexing question of fairness by stating that "When it comes to fairness, we know that there is no fairness no matter who leads a Liberal government. When someone in my... (18 September 2018)
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  • Gill Caunce: Thank you Nick Champion for highlighting the crippling cuts that Steven Marshall and the Liberals are imposing on South Australian people. Unfortunately they also want to close Service SA... (13 September 2018)
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  • Tibor Majlath: We are sometimes reminded that network/service charges make up nearly 50% of an electricity bill. The total bill (electricity cost + service charge) attracts 10% tax as the Coalition's GST. ... (18 August 2018)
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  • Bernie Ramsay: I can’t believe the comments I read above. I’ll never forget the torture and torment I was subjected to by this evil person. I can’t call him a man because he wasn’t as he was definatetly... (2 August 2018)
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  • John McWhirter-Whitlock: By not supporting this motion to make Gary Dowsett and La Trobe University accountable, the Greens are saying we support pedophiles. This motion is aimed at protecting children and calling Gary... (17 July 2018)
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  • John McWhirter-Whitlock: From the comments made, I sadly see the Greens support and endorse pedophiles, by failing to call Gary Dowsett to account for his "Boiled Lollies and band aids" and La Trobe University. This is... (17 July 2018)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: The current NBN may be connecting many households, but what quality or speed? The satellite system modems are slow and clunky and take ages to connect in households that have insufficient or,... (27 June 2018)
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  • Susan Albert: Hello Am Susan Albert a resident/citizen of the United States of America. I am 65 years of age, Am a business woman. I once had difficulties in financing my project/business. If not for a good... (13 June 2018)
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  • Leigh Wiggins: I was with great sadness that I learned of Bill’s death only today. Such a great mind, such a great loss. I remember, as a client, visiting an opposing solicitor, with Bill and another... (4 June 2018)
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  • KENNETH JURY: Sorry George - its Goolwa (not Gawler). Truth be known, many South Australians say they do not want the 450GL. Riverland growers will tell you it will be wasted. Time and time again they... (31 May 2018)
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  • KENNETH JURY: Sorry George - its Goolwa (not Gawler). Truth be known, many South Australians say they do not want the 450GL. Riverland growers will tell you it will be wasted. Time and time again they... (31 May 2018)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Labor's bigger, better, fairer income tax cut is paid for by older self-funded Australians who would no longer get back the tax paid on their share earnings under a Labor government. Shorten... (22 May 2018)
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  • Meredith Doig: Good for you, Andrew! How dare the Australian Government kow tow to some ancient supernatural religious practices that deliberately subject sentient creatures to awful suffering for no good... (11 May 2018)
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  • Mark Duffett: "against the nuclear industry and for the environment" is contradictory. (9 May 2018)
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  • WARREN RODWELL: Deborah O'Neill holds a Master of Arts and a Diploma of Teaching as well as a Graduate Diploma in Literary Education from Deakin University, whereas Mitch Fifield holds a Bachelor of Arts. (25 April 2018)
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  • WARREN RODWELL: Delphic relates to the ancient Greek oracle at Delphi. Otherwise, it means to be deliberately obscure or ambiguous. (25 April 2018)
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  • WARREN RODWELL: Most people born in NSW, including Mitch Fifield, are aware of Queensland as there is an annual rugby league sporting rivalry between NSW and Qld, known as "State of Origin" televised to... (25 April 2018)
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  • WARREN RODWELL: Mitch Fifield is a policy adviser by profession, and served for three years in the Australian Army Reserve Psychology Corps. (25 April 2018)
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