On 21 January 2014 Essential Research published the results of an online survey of 1,087 respondents conducted between 17 and 20 January.Trust in government and political leadership has dropped since the Abbott Government was elected in September 2013.There is a strong expectation that job security will reduce, cost of living grow more expensive and personal financial situations worsen.In fact respondents believ
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World Economic Forum art work in January 2014 at Davos, Switzerland.Top row, third from left - former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard whom current Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott never managed to beat at a federal election.
I am well aware that Royal Australian Navy ship drivers can be very gung-ho, but I also know that in the past they were trained up to be accurate navigators and better officers than the type of men who would deliberately cause international incidents in peace time at the behest of federal politicians.So what has happened to the professional discipline and ethical perspective of senior naval officers and ships' captains since the Abbott Government came to power?
Clarence valley resident Charles Lincoln hold strong views on how the Abbott government regards pensioners.
“Cory is deluded,” says a Liberal Party colleague.
Hazarra Asylum Seekers website on 8 January 2013:
In an email circulated to registered Migration Agents, Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Scott Morrison has said that his department will no longer process applications for family reunion lodged by those who came to Australia on a boat and after being recognized as ‘Refugees’ (and clearing security checks) and therefore became Australian permanent residents . The email states that ‘Family Migration visa applications sponsored by IMAs (Irregular/Illegal Maritime Arrivals – a term used for asylum seekers and their boats) will be given the lowest processing priority.
Due to overwhelming demand, NCV provides readers with this week's copy of APN's competition.Remember, entries should be sent to your local APN production. Clarence valley readers can send their entries to the The Daily Examiner. 1.