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  • Andrew JACKSON: Senator Smith no doubt understandably wanted Social Services recipient to be honest when answering questions. We want politicians who stand on platform of opposition to SSM and voting strongly... (9 July 2017)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: Senator Smith no doubt understandably wanted Social Services recipient to be honest when answering questions. We want politicians who stand on platform of opposition to SSM and voting strongly... (9 July 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: GST on low value goods from overseas only applies to consumers not registered businesses so supplier just has to request ABN from business then they will not be charged GST if a registered business. (27 June 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: This GST on low value goods applies only to consumers not registered businesses. A supplier has to request ABN of a business customer to determine if they are currently registered or not. (27 June 2017)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: In today's COurier Mail there is a public notice from Large Shopping Centres attempting to extend trading hours to Midnight Susan Lamb and her ALP State GOvernemnt allies are complicit in the... (23 June 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: Australian IT industry is noncompetitive or poor quality so this rewards local companies by using GST to block people buying overseas to remain competitive e.g. hosting and domains. Making local... (23 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Funny that the Minister says that Labor's track record is - a less stable electricity system and higher prices for families and for businesses. Under the Coalition we also have a less stable... (22 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Is the Minister for real when he says "On top of that, it is this government that has introduced legislation for the GST for low-value goods being imported from other countries, and that will be... (22 June 2017)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: The question is **not** how many households were connected to the NBN . But how well is the NBN working, how fast is the NBN speed, is it consistent and the same everywhere, is it reliable and is... (22 June 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: It is a good idea linking up with POSCO steelworks in South Korea. Added technology may make Arrium viable. (22 June 2017)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: A great deal of truth in this. The NBN under this Turnbull government has seamlessly moved along the line of the Abbott government with it's mediocrity, slow speed and dropouts. (21 June 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: CLP (China Light and Power) own EnergyAustralia. This explains why they are locked into price rises. (21 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Nice to see someone finally taking a stand against the practice of charging for paper bills. I agree wholly that "An issue is that the cost of issuing a statement to a customer is a part of... (20 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: On electricity price rises the senator surprises by stating that "there have been many factors there in terms of the retail charges, the wholesale charges and the distribution charges that, at... (20 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The Minister says "There are some five million people who have become Australian citizens since 1949 and we are a great country today because of that." Wonder how many of the five million who... (20 June 2017)
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  • Brett Hilder: Ms. Brodtmann, A great shame on this matter is the bashing of private sector RTOs by the Labor Party. It is also shameful that the Labor instituted changes introduced in 2011 to the VET... (20 June 2017)
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  • Brett Hilder: Ms. Bird, 1.You are known to be anti-private RTOs. This is unjustifiable because the highest quality most innovative training and assessment comes from private RTOs (most of whom are SMEs). ... (20 June 2017)
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  • Brett Hilder: Ms. Aly Having been involved in the VET sector as an RTO owner from 1998 I have become aware of the outrageous nature and depth of dodgy practices in TAFEs. Most of the dodgy private... (20 June 2017)
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  • Brett Hilder: TRUE Mr. Wallace: The VET sector changes that kicked in under the last Labor government in 2011 were an unmitigated disaster. I know because I owned a quality RTO with eight years... (20 June 2017)
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  • Brett Hilder: 1. ASQA's capabilities are dubious at best. 2. The Labor Party only supports TAFEs despite their patchy record. In WA a few years ago the Chief Auditor slammed TAFEs in this state for it's 80%... (20 June 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: Drugs are a huge problem in Caboolture. It kills business and stops people getting jobs. (20 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Over the period from 2013-17 under the Coalition, the cost of 1 kwh increased by 16% while my network charges went up by 32%. Given the same time under the Coalition prices will soon double... (17 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Coal is carbon captured millions of years ago in a most efficient manner completely unmatched by human technology. But what is 'clean coal'? The senator talks about 'clean coal'. This... (17 June 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: So now the Coalition wants an energy mix "which is technology neutral". The idea requires "rules and regulations to prevent service providers from preferring one type of technology over... (17 June 2017)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: Gouging the non renewable natural resources out of the ground and polluting all the natural elements to ensure a healthy life for our grandchildren. Is neither good business, nor is it worth... (16 June 2017)
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