Two wrongs don’t make a right!

Originally published by Tshung Chang Labor and Liberals have willingly taken up around $2.7Million in political donations from businessman Xiangmo HUANG and his companies. He was recently denied Australian citizenship on “character” grounds. Both major parties have started engaging in a battle of who has dirtier hands so much so Read more…

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Submission with regard to the review of the local government Act 1995

I welcome a review of the Local Government Act. Over the last twenty-four years since the 1975 Act, there have been many amendments and with the onset of the digital world there is I believe now a requirement for the community to hold inclusive views and be directly involved in Read more…

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Ian Lindsey – Order of Australia for services to education

Yesterday I was lucky enough to meet Mr Ian Lindsey who was recently awarded the Medal of The Order of Australia for services to education.  Ian was concerned like me about; how overcrowded the curriculum has become, graduate teacher quality, classroom disruption and lack of impartial teaching of our historical Read more…

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Increase speed limits for safer roads?

From 6PR: Former F1 driver, Mark Webber, has called for an increase in speed limits by up to 15% to improve driver concentration and traffic congestion.One Nation WA MLC Charles Smith has today voiced his support for Webber’s claim by stating huge surges in WA’s population combined with slower road Read more…

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Policing Labor’s Policing

Prior to the 2017 election, WA Labor promised to make the Armadale, Ellenbrook and Cockburn police stations open 24 hours a day, as well as delivering a pay rise to police. However, after winning the election by a landslide Labor backtracked on these promises. They failed to raise police salaries Read more…

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