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Michael Danby

Danby tells Canberra, stop cheating Victoria

Monday, 02 May 2016 23:59

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Mr Deputy Speaker Scott, it is good to see you better. Ever since they measured the halfway point between Sydney and Melbourne wrongly to make the nation's capital closer to New South Wales than Victoria, Melbournians have felt they are getting raw deals from the Commonwealth. Our Sydney Prime Minister, the member for Wentworth, just like the last Sydney Prime Minister, the Sydney Treasurers and their Sydney major projects ministers are doing an exceptionally good job in disadvantaging Melbourne.

 

Federal Labor to match Victorian Government promise to upgrade Jewish community centre

Wednesday, 20 April 2016 00:00

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A Shorten Labor Government will match the Andrews Victorian Government’s commitment to provide $500,000 for major security upgrades to the Beth Weizmann Community Centre in Caulfield.

Liberal-Greens preference deal is bad for Australia

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 05:24

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For years, the Greens Political Party purported to be above ‘cynical politics’, often decrying the media or Labor for holding them to account. It was as if it wasn’t “fair” to question what their policies were. After all, they are the only political party that has a secret national conference, closed to the media and the outside observer.

The Strangest of Bedfellows: Michael Kroger and the Greens Party

Tuesday, 12 January 2016 08:30

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I, like Michael Kroger, have spent over 40 years manning polling booths, organising party meetings, encouraging people to attend fundraisers and more. I would have thought that in that time, Mr Kroger, who is a conservative’s conservative, would have the wisdom to know that to do an opportunistic deal with the Greens political party will backfire. Surely Liberal voters who are diametrically opposed to the Greens on all matters political, socio-economic and, above all, national security, would not approve.

The pressure is on

Wednesday, 02 December 2015 05:53

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The pressure is on Mal Brough, Malcolm Turnbull’s mistaken choice of Special Minister of State, and so it should be. Not only is Brough alleged to have breached the Crimes Act, by procuring official documents without authorisation, but he now appears to have misled Parliament.

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