A few weeks ago I published an article about the small NSW town of Finley and how Banksia Park Puppies, one of Victoria’s largest puppy factories, has had a development application put through in what is allegedly one of the most improper manners ever witnessed.
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What the bloody hell is going on in NSW?
The turmoil within the Coalition over the greyhound racing ban has gone from comical to the farcical, and now puppy factories are appearing to be thrown into the mix as some kind of wild card.
We all know that one of the deals cooked up in a backroom somewhere is that the Coalition’s Deputy Leader has to be a National Party MP, currently that leader in NSW is Troy Grant.
I normally write about all manner of despicable people here, dodgy politicians, corrupt officials, puppy farmers and animal abusers.
Today I wanted to write about something different. Today I wanted to write about someone gutsy and touch on an issue that is of vital importance to many, and most certainly her.
In just under three weeks Samsung will re-release the Galaxy Note 7 to those who still have an interest.
There is a storm brewing in the town of Finley in Southern NSW.
As has been previously reported in the Age one of Victoria’s largest puppy factories is fleeing North to NSW with its tail between its legs as Labor prepares to put legislation through parliament that will shut down the unethical industry.
The farcical situation last week that saw the Turnbull government lose control of parliament was highly embarrassing for Malcolm Turnbull, Christopher Pyne, and of course for the Coalition MP’s who decided to knock of early.
In the lobby industry there are those who bend the truth to suit their agenda, there are those who pedal the “glass half full” approach to their chosen issue, there are those who research and data to emphasise an issue that is being neglected, and there are those who front up and tell outright lies and hope they aren’t caught in the web of their own deception.