Social commentator macsween_prue told Sky News “one of the things that I think Morrison’s government is not doing well is understanding the level of support for the bush that people in the cities have”. Credlin
Social commentator Prue MacSween says a National Party discussion about changing the rules around how the Senate is elected so regional Australia can be better represented is a “great idea”.\n\nMs MacSween told Sky News “one of the things that I think Morrison’s government is not doing well is understanding the level of support for the bush that people in the cities have”.\n\n“They are going through the most incredible hardship, whether it be drought, fires, the whole gamut.\n\n“The government needs a kick up the bum and if it means having senators representing these people then I’m all for it.”\n\nImage: News Corp Australia
17/09/2019|8minSocial commentator Prue MacSween says a National Party discussion about changing the rules around how the Senate is elected so regional Australia can be better represented is a “great idea”. Ms MacSween told Sky News “one of the things that I think Morrison’s government is not doing well is understanding the level of support for the bush that people in the cities have”. “They are going through the most incredible hardship, whether it be drought, fires, the whole gamut. “The government needs a kick up the bum and if it means having senators representing these people then I’m all for it.” Image: News Corp Australia
macsween_prue One of the things Scumo ScottMorrisonMP is not doing well is,he’s lost the People’s Confidence,he is not capable ethically morally of Governing Australia for benefit & better for the people & is a National Security threat on Sovereignty by favoring Foreign Nations interests. macsween_prue Morrison and the Nationals only work for the Coal Lobby . They do nothing for anyone else except to line their own pockets. Auspol
Australia to ‘fall short’ compared to other countries’ climate targets | Sky News AustraliaSky News contributor Nicholas Reece says Australia is “falling well short of many countries we like to compare ourselves with” when it comes to targets for emissions cuts.\n\nSpeaking to Chris Kenny, Mr Reece said “the sad reality” is with another three years of the Morrison government, it will be hard for Labor to achieve their emission reduction target of 45 per cent by 2030 if they win the next election.\n\nLabor is distancing itself from committing to former leader Bill Shorten's 45 per cent emissions reduction target but remains adamant any new climate policy will be more ambitious than the Coalition’s aim of 26 to 28 per cent.\n\nImage: Getty Nicholas_Reece No need to worry, Labor won’t win the next election. Nicholas_Reece Don’t worry Nicholas, you won’t win the next election. Nicholas_Reece The only sad thing is that the anti-Christian Reece is given any air time on TV.
Australia should ‘name and shame’ cyber attack perpetrators | Sky News AustraliaThe Australian government should have the confidence to “name and shame” countries that undertake cyber attacks against us, according to the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Fergus Hanson.\n\nAustralian intelligence agencies have reportedly determined China was responsible for a cyber attack on parliament.\n\nThe attack targeted political parties before the May federal election.\n\nThe Coalition has refused to confirm if China is behind the incident, while Beijing has denied any involvement.\n\nMr Hanson has told Sky News the government is caught “in a halfway house” on this issue.\n\n“We have clearly got someone in a very senior level in government indicating they want the public to know that China was behind this attack, but we are not coming out and officially making the statement that it is China.”
Spike in drowning deaths across Australia | Sky News AustraliaDrowning deaths have surged across Australia, with the number of year-on-year deaths increasing by 10 per cent.\n\nAccording to the Royal Lifesaving Society (RLS) a third of the nation's deaths happen in New South Wales and 80 per cent of those who died between July 2018-June 2019 were men. \n\nRoyal Life Saving Australia’s Adam Weir told Sky News swimmers need to “take responsibility” for themselves before entering the water.\n\n“We need to people to adopt a ‘stop and pause mentality’ when they come into the coast,' he said.\n\n“We have a new initiative about rip current safety called the ‘think line’ where we urge people to take a second before entering the water and stop, look and plan.”\n It is very disappointing to know that you continue to support Alan Jones' comments that a woman should have a sock shoved down her throat or a few backhanders. Will you withdraw your company's ads on 2GB or will you continue to stand by misogyny? New migrants can't swim. Fence beaches,have opal card access.Swimming licences & people registration! Put warnings on swim-ware & increase prices on speedos & bikinis,have swim time curfews & anyone disobeying,faces extreme consequence & violence & shall be locked out for life! aussiefixer how we roll!
Schools Hub: new tool to see how your child’s education stacks up | Sky News AustraliaParents can now find interactive data about their child’s education from “kindy to HSC and beyond” thanks to a new tool designed to take the headache out of schooling decisions.\n \nThe latest OCED report recommends an average student teacher ratio of 15 pupils to one teacher, with more than a third of Australian schools have 16 and above students per teacher. \n \nMany parents worry about their children’s class, class size, and even school is right for them - and now a brand new analytics tool is available to help them decide.\n \n“Schools Hub is giving parents the data, the tools, and the resources, the information [parents] need to make really important decisions about their children’s future,”s says News Corp’s national education writer Lisa Mayoh. \n newscorpaus 'The latest OCED report recommends an average student teacher ratio of 15 pupils to one teacher'.....what self-serving bullshit from 'educators'! Never in my entire student life was the ratio less than 30:1 - and the results were way better than now. newscorpaus Tracked cradle to grave and no one see anything wrong
US ‘locked and loaded’ after Saudi oil attack as prices soar | Sky News AustraliaGlobal oil prices have surged following the bombing of two massive Saudi energy plants at the weekend.\n\nAnalysts have warned motorists are likely to feel the effects in coming days as pump prices are set to rise with fears Australians could be hit by a petrol hike of 10 cents per litre within weeks. \n\nDrones bombed the Abqaiq facility in Saudi Arabia and the Khurais oil field, operated by the state-owned Saudi Aramco, on Saturday according to the kingdom's interior ministry.\n\nThe plants produce nearly six per cent of the world's oil and half of Saudi's, with the attack cutting output by 5.7 million barrels a day.\n\nSaudi Arabia has promised to fill in the production gap with its reserves but Aramco said the damage could take weeks to repair.\n\nOn Sunday United States President Donald Trump said oil from the US' emergency fuel storage of 640 million barrels, held in Louisiana and Texas, will be released if needed.\n\nThe bombing has heightened tensions in the region with the US claiming Iran was responsible for the assault which was almost immediately claimed by Iran-backed Houthi rebels from Yemen.\n\nMr Trump said the US had fresh evidence to back up Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's allegation that Iran was responsible.\n\nMr Trump tweeted the US is 'locked and loaded' — depending on verification — and he is waiting to hear from the Saudis about who they believe attacked the plants. Maybe a rapid adoption of EV's is in order? auspol
Trump ‘has handled Iran badly’ | Sky News AustraliaThe Australian’s Greg Sheridan says US President Donald Trump has “handled Iran pretty badly”. \n\n“The key moment was when he ordered a military strike in retaliation for Iran shooting down an American drone but then aborted the military strike,” Mr Sheridan said.\n\nHis remarks come after two large government-run oil processing facilities in Saudi Arabia were struck by a series of drone strikes on Saturday, causing explosions, huge fires and prompting the nation to cut production. \n\nIranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zar lashed out at US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for suggesting Tehran was responsible for the attack, which compromised global oil supply.\n\nSpeaking to Sky News, the journalist said while Mr Trump’s prudence in the use of force is “admirable”, US adversaries are “working it out”.\n\nHe compared Mr Trump to former President Barack Obama and noted “the threat is there, the follow through is not”. \n\nImage: AP\n realDonaldTrump what would a stooge like sheridan know realDonaldTrump Iran knows trump has no balls.