Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has warned of the threat of radicalism in Australia after electoral signs bearing his image were defaced with anti-Semitic imagery. Mr Frydenberg, who was born in Australia to Jewish parents, took to social media on Monday afternoon to share an image of a campaign sign where a swastika had been drawn on his forehead. “Vandalism is
I am today announcing that I will be resigning as Premier of Tasmania and Member for Bass. First and foremost, I wish to thank my family, my wife Mandy, son Finn and daughter Millie, for their support and love. No Premier does this job alone, and you have all been outstanding in your support, and Mandy for 20 years, you
Tasmania Police Ambulance Tasmania and TFS attended a fatal crash at Westella Drive, Ulverstone that occurred at around 6.30pm.
We understand some Police including forensic services remain at the scene.
Tasmania Police and four TFS units are attending a structure fire at New Town.
Shen Neng Herbal Medicines Group Pty Ltd fined $53,280 for alleged breaches of therapeutic goods legislation
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), part of the Department of Health, has issued four infringement notices totalling $53,280 to Sydney-based company Shen Neng Herbal Medicines Group Pty Ltd (Shen Neng) for alleged contraventions of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 (the Act) in relation to breaching a condition of listing and failing to provide information to the TGA when required to do so.
The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation supported the amendments on the introduction of punishment for the implementation of sanctions in Russia
The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation supported the amendments on the introduction of criminal liability for the implementation of sanctions in Russia. This was announced on April 4 by the head of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building Andrey Klishas. “The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation supported our proposals on criminal liability for the implementation
Former US Vice President Mike Pence said that American leader Joe Biden has become the worst ruler in modern US history. On Saturday, April 2, he announced. “I think President Biden has done more harm to America than any other president in modern history. The worst crisis in our history is happening inside the country right now,” he said. Pence recalled that over the past 14
“I’m not going anywhere,” Acting Mayor Sally Doyle said as Councillors Paul Gibson and Christine Campbell announced their resignation from the Huon Valley Council yesterday. “This next six months, leading up to the elections in October, is a critical time. We’ve got a budget to get through, and we are making important inroads into the issues that the community care
Kiev’s release of video footage of the alleged massacre of large numbers of civilians in Bucha was intended to lure Washington into action. The corresponding statement was made on Sunday, April 3, by American journalist Michael Tracy. He expressed the opinion that Kiev is trying to persuade the United States to participate in hostilities in Ukraine from the very beginning of the Russian
In the run-up to the election, Orban was portrayed as “pro-Putin” by opponnets and Western media outlets, after he resisted pressure to take a stronger stance against Russian President Vladimir Putin over Moscow’s attack on Ukraine.
Viktor Orban claims his party has defeated an ‘overwhelming force’ of opposition Hungary’s Viktor Orban, fresh from winning a fourth term as prime minister in Sunday’s election, said his party was victorious despite facing interference from left-wing forces at home and “opponents” around the world, including Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and billionaire political activist George Soros. “We have such a victory, it
The Federal Circuit and Family Court and the federal government are working to fix a legal bungle that could affect hundreds of people with child custody and divorce settlement orders, but it will take until mid-year at least to enact a solution. The government merged the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court in September, in a move widely opposed
Former prime ministers Malcolm Turnbull and Kevin Rudd have been telling anyone who will listen about the evil, election warping malign influence of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire.
The former PMs have been hitting the talks circuit in a double act, cruelly dubbed by some as Statler and Waldorf in honour of the grumpy old Muppets, who would opine on everything. In March at the Adelaide Writers’ Festival, they were interviewed on their specialist subjects “the pernicious power of Murdoch and the urgency of action on climate change”