Monthly Archive: April 2020

Sky News – Kieran Gilbert

Australia’s diplomacy with China; easing of social distancing restrictions; proposed funding for private and independent schools; lifting the ban on golf. continue reading 

Channel 9 The Today Show

Police officers killed in Melbourne; banks; confusion over schools. continue reading 

Sky News – Tom Connell

World Health Organisation; the need for transparency; the United States dealing with COVID-19. continue reading 

Condolences to the families of the police officers killed in Melbourne

Today we offer our condolences to the families of the four police officers who tragically lost their lives in Melbourne yesterday. The days ahead will also be difficult for their colleagues across the entire Victoria... continue reading 

ANZAC Day 2020 is an opportunity for personal reflection on service and sacrifice

Anzac Day is a significant day for all Australians and a time to remember and reflect. This Anzac Day will be different for all of us with all public events cancelled due to the coronavirus... continue reading 

Sky News – Annelise Nielsen

Donald Trump and the World Health Organisation; IMF report; Tracking app. continue reading 

Sky News – Kieran Gilbert

Parliament; JobKeeper legislation; flattening the curve; the return of AFL. continue reading 

Coronavirus Economic Response Package (Payments And Benefits) Bill 2020

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We must all play a role or pay a hefty price

“…Those of us who can are working from home. As our hearts break, we watch others who run our favourite shops make the devastating decision to close their doors. And for thousands who have been... continue reading 

Channel 9 The Today Show

Cruise Ships; Government expenditure. continue reading 

ABC Radio National RN Breakfast – Fran Kelly

Cruise ships off the coast of NSW and WA; ADF Support to tackle COVID-19; ADF support for Indigenous Remote Communities. continue reading 

Sky News AM Agenda – Annelise Nielsen

NSW and Victorian enforcing social distancing measures; wage subsidy; spending on tax cuts and submarines; coronavirus cases. continue reading 
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