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  • Dwight Walker: Uber drivers are now required to register an ABN and charge GST after Federal Court ruling in February 2017. ATO is trolling Uber driver bank accounts to do data matching and find them. (4 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Hope the ACCC review into retail electricity prices doesn't suffer the same fate as the inquiry into rising health premiums. What happened to the inquiry? Not that long ago Coalition members... (3 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Where does policy on the run lead to? Policy on the run is a sign that there never has been a national policy concerning the important issue of energy. At least the politics over the situation... (3 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Let's assume everyone paid GST on the $50 billion. Now, the LNP's tax on the total bill, that is, the GST = $50 billion/11 = $4.6 billion That is a massive $4.6 billion. Apparently, that... (2 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Is that total electricity bill of $50 billion residential plus business/industry? Is it a measure of the cost of the total KWH used? Does it include all network charges? The member's claim is... (2 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The great economic manager is able to cut spending while at the same time reducing revenue by cutting taxes. A true magician at work. (1 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Remarkable how closely guarded was the Coalition's Snowy 2.0 project. We only heard of it the day it was announced as part of the Coalition's very clear vision and plan to secure and protect... (1 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: How long has this been developing in Coalition ranks? How far along is the design and the appropriation of funds? Is it just a thought bubble? Just who will pay for the supercharging of the... (1 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The real lesson is that power security only appeared on the radar when the blackouts occurred in SA, and only as a political issue over renewables. (1 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: If the Coalition is so mindful of national power reliability and security, why didn't the federal government step in and fully or partially keep the 546-megawatt Northern Power Station open for... (1 April 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: How much will be paid for by every woman, man and child across Australia for the Coalition's Snowy 2.0? Will it be paid for by every business in terms of increased costs of operation? Seems... (1 April 2017)
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  • Mark Duffett: As for Fukushima, here Senator Ludlam serves as an exemplar against freedom of speech. Because fears such as he is fanning have led to a massive overreaction in response, with casualties in the... (31 March 2017)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: I am worried about the possible inaccuracies in this. I am not aware what flying foxes, called bats in this speech, do in Queensland. However I don't think they nest, It has also been found,... (31 March 2017)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: Throwing money at the preservation and protection of wildlife is not good enough on it's own, unless it purchases habitat protection. The way that logging is being done through clearfelling in... (31 March 2017)
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  • Mark Duffett: The usual scaremongering par excellence from Ludlam. Note the lack of any evidence for the dire outcomes he invokes. The truth is diametrically opposite. The peer-reviewed literature shows that... (31 March 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Speaking of 'dud deals'. It wasn't that long ago that the Commies were our enemies. You know those who were against capitalism and 'freedom'. Now, the government is in bed with the very same... (30 March 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The Treasurer says "under Labor's policies, electricity prices increased more than 25 times greater than is occurring under this side." This is reminiscent of how refrigerant gas prices... (28 March 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Did electricity prices decline 'with the abolition of the carbon tax'? You have to wonder whether there were extra price rises hidden behind the carbon tax which was used as a convenient... (28 March 2017)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: This is all very true, and it applies not only to Newcastle. NBN inefficiency can also be found in abundance with management of the Sky Muster satellite system. Malcolm Turnbull is responsible... (28 March 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: Because Australia did not invest in the IT industry where the taxes would have been local, Australia now wants to tax overseas IT companies who invested in technology. This puts off people... (28 March 2017)
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  • Gill Caunce: Thanks so much, Nick, for supporting Australian workers, defending SA's Labor government, who have a plan, and highlighting the lack of a national energy plan. (28 March 2017)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member for Barker is amazed that "Dunkley's constituents purchased energy at $135.80 per megawatt hour, while the member for Boothby and I have constituents who, on the same day, over the... (23 March 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: This is a very fruitful and worthwhile bill. (22 March 2017)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: Dwight need not worry the previous member for Longman assured us that Longman was full of "highly skilled highly payed service sector job vacancies". Of course when a coalition of ALP and minor... (11 March 2017)
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  • Dwight Walker: So since most Longman residents are on low-income the business model for health business is to bulk bill on Medicare. That is not sustainable. More healthy people are needed in the area who are... (10 March 2017)
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