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- Lazarus joins the PUP
- Ford funding: well spent?
- Vaccinations bill introduced
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- Kernel fudpucker on Vaccinations bill introduced Only if you Brainwashed Sheeple knew what really go's into vaccines. You would think twice about playing Russian roulette ... more
- Greg on Dr Bill Glasson announcement Congratulations - this man realises that marriage equality is a vote winner more
- Kernel fudpucker on Ford funding: well spent? Ford to shut factory, and Centrelink to take over ! more
- Kernel fudpucker on Vaccinations bill introduced Lucky I know people on the inside, that know what vaccines do to little children !Shame on you Mr Springborg. The sheeple ... more
- Kernel fudpucker on New fat tax I want a (POLITICAL FAILURE TAX)Payed back to the people at 200% more
- kernel fudpucker on Qld faces battle over cattle crisis Its all part of Agenda 21, and the demonized VILE GREENS to create a food crises. Google Earth Charter Initiative: ... more
- kernel fudpucker on Privatising Queensland schools Our schools are already run by a corporate company called SERCO !!Privatising will give Serco full control. Google the ... more
- Glenn on Privatising Queensland schools Privatising schools is a revolting, short sighted and ideologically driven idea. more
- Richard on "Double standard to allow atheists to ... Ban marriages so we don't offend anyone.Isn't that the Australian way of late.Banning ceromonies that might offend other ... more
- alzheimers products on "Double standard to allow atheists to ... Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you penning this write-up and also the rest of the website is very good. more
- Isabelle on Judith Durham's 'prognosis good' Wonderful work! That is the kind of information that should be shared around the internet. Disgrace on Google for no longer ... more
- Scott Dixon on Qld faces battle over cattle crisis Hi GregI listened as always to your show today and could not believe some of the adverse comments to allowing starving ... more
- Michael on Qld faces battle over cattle crisis It's becoming a contest between the Beefeaters and the Tree Huggers.Let's hope it is the beginning of the end for the Green ... more
- Bob Lord on Deficit is ok Yep, nothing is wrong with a deficit."Swan now is and Hockey next year will pay the price for dumbing down the role of ... more
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- Richard on Judith Durham's 'prognosis good' Someday, one day the carnival will be over for little Georgy girl but one thing for sure is that we will never find another ... more
- Melia on NDIS levy questions Mighty useful. Make no misktae, I appreciate it. more
- Colene on The Queensland plan I am with Andrew Powell, the ME generation has to get over themselves and become part of the whole. Also we need a balance ... more
- Colene on Scrap OP system? It would be very helpful to children and their parents who are taking an interest in the child and their employment future ... more
- Colene on Scrap OP system? I believe that it should somehow be taken into account that it is very hard to ask a 12 or 13 year old entering high school ... more
21% power bill increase
4BC Drive: Queenslanders have today been told to expect a 20% price hike for electricity from July.
The state's competition regulator has released its draft determination on power prices for 2013/14.
Queensland Treasurer Tim Nicholls joins Gary Hardgrave following the release of these recommendations, that would essentially add $428 to an annual power bill of about $2000.
to the R Man
Super has zilch to do with unions and super certainly helps people get through retirement.
Couples can have 40 grand a year popping into the bank account through super and still get a part pension. They can gradually work through their super until they turn 90 and then just live on a pension.
I pity the poor people who didn't plan for their retirement who will never have 4 holidays a year, buy new cars, fix old houses.
Thankfully the young people of today will never experience their predicament - all because of super.Bob Lord Wednesday 13 March, 2013 - 2:27 PM
It has done nothing but make Union bosses rich and forced up commodity prices.
Who honestly thinks taht there super will see thaem through retirement.
Put the money back into my wage and let me decide how I want to plan for my retirement.
Put it into bricks and mortar or my own business.
Screw socialist policy.
Spread the wealth and all that crap. sickening.The R man Wednesday 13 March, 2013 - 12:22 PM
Bob lord being the delusional labor liar as usual.mick Wednesday 13 March, 2013 - 11:27 AM
not for long following the coming election Australians will not be required to pay for labor's lunacy, goodbye to this stupidity. It is amazing how fools seem to think that green investments are doing something for the enviroment, they are being had at every twist and turn the socialists make.mick Wednesday 13 March, 2013 - 11:23 AM
Green based investments outperform bonds and bank investments many times - you should check them out.
Save the environment and make money.Alex Wednesday 13 March, 2013 - 6:58 AM
I got it - all Labor women are hopeless, thanks. errrr, I think you have the same opinion of Labor men so you definitely aren't sexist just narrow minded.
Thanks for not arguing that about your employment past. Now can you be the whistleblower on your government department that spent their lunch hours playing cricket on their specially prepared turf.
Did the women indulge in weightlifting and cricket matches also or were they too busy outperforming the bludging males.Alex Wednesday 13 March, 2013 - 6:56 AM