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10.10.2019

Dust storms continue to lash inland Australia, a by-product of the drought ravaging communities across NSW. NewsDay

Dust storms continue to lash inland Australia, a by-product of the drought ravaging communities across NSW.\n\nFarmers in drought-stricken communities say at times they struggle to breathe thanks to the dust and high winds that pelt their homes, as life on the land gets tougher and tougher without rain. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia

Dust storms continue to lash inland Australia, a by-product of the drought ravaging communities across NSW. Farmers in drought-stricken communities say at times they struggle to breathe thanks to the dust and high winds that pelt their homes, as life on the land gets tougher and tougher without rain. Image: News Corp Australia

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The dust makes its way out to the middle of the great oceans. It settles onto the water giving life to the small ocean creatures called phytoplankton. These are responsible for 1/2 of all oxygen on eath and take huge amounts of c02 from the air. They also start of the food chain Welcome to the ClimateCrisis Perhaps we need to listen to the protestors NOW!!? Auspol

Made in Australia labelling laws to be relaxed | Sky News AustraliaEmergency changes are being made to allow more vitamin manufacturers to use Made in Australia labels, in an effort to secure tens of thousands of local jobs. \n\nThe federal industry minister has ordered the laws to be relaxed by January to ensure companies remain competitive in the Asian market. \n\nMore than 40 per cent of the industry was impacted after a court ruling previously made it harder for companies to qualify. \n\n ARE YOU KIDDING so the multinationals who have physically taken businesses away from Australia are now bold enough to JUST use the name to sell their cheap second-rate dirty products. Are you naive or stupid? Sounds extremely suspect. How are they putting us over a barrel this time?

Justice for MH17 victims tops agenda during Australia-Netherlands talks | Sky News AustraliaThe ongoing attempts to prosecute three Russian suspects and one Ukrainian alleged to be behind the downing of MH17 have topped the agenda as the Prime Minister held talks with his Dutch counterpart in Sydney on Wednesday.\n\nDutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte conceded there's 'no guarantee' the people allegedly responsible for the 2014 air disaster will ever be brought to justice, but said the investigation team is ready for the case to head to court next year. AUST FAKE NEWS LIED TO PUBLIC ABOUT CAUSE OF TWA-800 PLANE CRASH OVER NY 1996 [ 3 MISSILES NOT THE CENTRAL FUEL TANK FAKE NEWS WE WERE FED ] VOTE TRUMP realDonaldTrump WATCH 'VAXXED' ChildrensHD SEE AE911Truth

Home | Sky News AustraliaBREAKING: Turkish President Erdoğan has confirmed his country's military offensive against Kurdish militants in Syria has begun. MORE TO COME: Australia must cancel all ANZAC ceremonies at Gallipoli LestWeForget gmpolice We know ...nothing to do with Islam even if he is yelling out Allah Akbar and be instantly labelled as an mental illness patient. ga_richardson gmpolice Serious assault? Stabbing people is attempted murder.

Turnbull’s low turnout dinner no match for Abbott ‘warrior’ tribute | Sky News AustraliaFederal Liberal Vice-President Teena McQueen says 'close to 800' people will attend a party tribute dinner for former prime minister Tony Abbott next month whilst another 'more intimate' dinner for Malcolm Turnbull 'has not warranted that response'.\n\n'I think in Mr Abbott's case, he served for a long time - dutifully - to the party ... Mr Turnbull, on the other hand, chose to walk away,' she said.\n\n'You're honouring a warrior as opposed to a leader who took the easy way out and I think that's reflective in the huge response of Mr Abbott's dinner and a more choreographed dinner for Mr Turnbull.\n\n'When Mr Turnbull was leader, we had a big dip in our leadership. With Mr Morrison, we're on the rise again ... so I think that speaks volumes.'\n HonTonyAbbott TurnbullMalcolm I know why people take an instant dislike to Teena McQueen because it saves time. HonTonyAbbott TurnbullMalcolm Yes but as with the wine, the conversation at Turnbull's will be far superior. HonTonyAbbott TurnbullMalcolm I wonder what it would be like to be the richest ex PM of Australia and have not one friend, not one bit of decency, no principles, no honesty and no spine? 🤔🤔

Activists 'have a right' to protest, not a right to 'stop people living' | Sky News AustraliaSky News host Alan Jones says activist groups such as Extinction Rebellion have a right to protest, but they “don’t have a right to stop people going about their daily lives”.\n\nHis comments came as climate protests are expected to continue across major Australian cities this week and into the weekend.\n\nMr Jones questioned the methods and messages portrayed by climate change activists, asking “what do they want?”\n\n“No one denies climate change; the climate has been changing for years,” Mr Jones said. \n\n “Anti-social behaviour must be punished… And if you repeat that behaviour, that's what a jail cell is for.\n\n“This mob are laughing at us…are we too frightened to do anything?” \n\nImage: News Corp Australia AlanJones ExtinctionR Try stopping me and I will run right over you AlanJones ExtinctionR the klimate klowns AlanJones ExtinctionR If protests aren't impactful, they're not effective.

Govt departments 'infiltrated by climate-loving, left-leaning people' | Sky News AustraliaMedia commentator Prue MacSween says government departments are 'infiltrated by climate-loving, left-leaning people' who want to 'ignore what the government and people's mandates are'.\n\nNSW Water Minister Melinda Pavey reportedly turned up uninvited to a meeting of senior bureaucrats, stating those not interested in building dams and water infrastructure in the state should 'vacate the room immediately'.\n\nMs MacSween said, 'Sadly, when we change governments, we don't change the heads of the departments in a lot of cases, and the bureaucrats down the line.'\n\n'We need to drain the swamp here if we're not getting the right kind of actions from directives from ministers.'\n\nImage: News Corp Australia\n\n macsween_prue klimateklowns macsween_prue When a citizen's vote no longer counts and is dismissed as irrelevant Then this leaves the populace with only one other option to change the government. macsween_prue Over run

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