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Reply to P.B. Dunn down under

I have included one video.. http://peterbdunn.wordpress.com/2012/11/02/leon-pittard-of-fairdinkumradio-com-in-australia-about-the-political-situation-in-australia/

LEFT THE KEYS IN VEHICLE … so keen to join the birthday celebrations#

The police van crashed into the Botanical Gardens gates.The police van crashed into the Botanic Gardens gates. Photo: Supplied

A 19-year-old man will face Brisbane Magistrates Court after stealing and crashing a police vehicle.

The man allegedly stole the police van when it was unlocked and unattended as officers resolved a disturbance at a nightclub on the corner of Edward and Charlotte streets which involved security staff and several patrons at about 2am on Friday.

The man drove the van along Edward and Alice streets before crashing into one of the gates of the Botanical Gardens before fleeing the scene.

Police dogs found the man a short time later…

Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/man-steals-crashes-police-van-20121102-28o58.html#ixzz2B3EGD0rz

We’ll be sacking Campbell Newman in three year

Protest from Unions       From:The Courier-Mail

  • Phillip Coorey

    Phillip Coorey

    Phillip Coorey joined the Sydney Morning Herald in 2005 and is the paper’s Chief Political Correspondent, based in Canberra. Previously he was the Political Editor for Adelaide’s The Advertiser. He has been in the Canberrra Press Gallery since 1998, except for 2003 and 2004 when he was the New York correspondent for News Ltd.

    Gillard, Swan told to slow down or risk key policies

    Gillard, SwanPhillip Coorey THE rural NSW independents have told Julia Gillard and Wayne Swan to stop rushing legislation and playing politics with key policies or risk having budget measures blocked and even the Murray-Darling…

    Surplus measure put on ice

    Phillip Coorey One of the government’s key budget savings measures has been sent to a Senate committee and will not be debated in Parliament until later this month.

    Thomson turns his back on Labor

    Craig Thomson. Police from Vic and NSW fraud squads raid Craig Thomson's house in Bateau Bay.<br /><br /><br /><br />
Pic Nick Moir 24 oct 2012Phillip Coorey THE former Labor MP, Craig Thomson, has labelled his old party hypocritical and will vote against its legislation to excise the Australian mainland from the nation’s migration zone.

    Forget surplus, business wants growth

    Treasurer Wayne SwanPhillip Coorey Peak business groups have stepped up their call for the government to abandon its surplus promise rather than damage the economy with more cuts.

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THERE’S no doubt about it. Gina Rinehart has dipped her toes in the Fairbairn Dam.

The world’s richest woman has approached numerous irrigators in the Central Highlands with the aim of buying water allocations, and it has emerged several have entered into deals with the Hancock Coal owner.

Dave McCullagh, of Codenwarra West, near Emerald, just signed a three-year call-back deal to sell his water allocations to the mining billionaire for $11 million.”

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2 thoughts on “Reply to P.B. Dunn down under

  1. “A gang is a group of men under the command of a leader,
    bound by a compact of association, in which the plunder is divided
    according to an agreed convention. If this villainy wins so many recruits
    from the ranks of the demoralized that it acquires territory, establishes a base,
    captures cities and subdues peoples, it then openly arrogates to itself the
    title of `kingdom,’ which is conferred on it in the eyes of the world, not by the
    renouncing of aggression but by the attainment of impunity.”
    St. Augustine in The City of God

    Employment minister Bill Shorten has declared he finds it “hard to make ends meet” on his $330,000 salary while denying a rise to the $13,000 unemployment benefit
    http://finance.ninemsn.com.au/newsbusiness/8523258/hard-to-make-ends-meet-on-330k-shorten

    Former MPs want their perks back
    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/former-mps-want-their-perks-back/story-e6freuy9-1226508716051

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