Put down the salmon and pick up a sardine (or two).
For the most nutritious and sustainable seafood option, try small ocean fish.
The Narrabri ‘Big Picture’ event in November 2015 brought together people from across the region in opposition to coal seam gas extraction..
While anger mobilises opposition to coal seam gas projects, it is also joy, especially the joy of social connection, that helps to sustain involvement.
Abbott strongly supported the proposal.
Morrison described the rule change as historic and the biggest in the
74 years of the party's history.
Kelly has had a special place on Sky, with so many appearances his.
colleagues joke he must have a sleeping bag there.
The right is strong within the
party. And with the Morrison government now dealing with a hung parliament, there has been a risk that a disendorsed Kelly could defect to the
Kelly was one of those who scuppered the National Energy Guarantee, in.
the party meltdown that ended Turnbull’s leadership.
Kelly has threatened to run as an independent if he loses preselection and also at times has left the way open to go to the crossbench.
Michelle Grattan speaks to Deep Saini about the week in Australian politics.
When Labor tried to suspend standing orders in question time, Cathy McGowan, Rebekha Sharkie, Kerryn.
Phelps and Julia Banks abstained.
While the Liberals are losing out
politically because of their low female representation and inability to properly address the problem, on the crossbench the women are now standouts (and a majority).
Craig Kelly - wearing a T-shirt with the face of Robert Menzies.
on it - told the ABC he would not defect to the cross bench.
Malcolm Turnbull has struck back angrily at a report that he has been helping independent Kerryn Phelps, his successor in Wentworth, as chaos continues to fracture the Liberals.
Frydenberg reiterates that the Liberal party is still a "broad church" and says he isn't concerned about other MPs like Craig Kelly following Banks' suit.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne says in a statement that ASIS officers.
often work in dangerous areas including under warlike conditions.
The legislation also will enable the Foreign Minister to specify extra people, such
as a hostage, who may be protected by an ASIS staffer or agent.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison in question time on Wednesday. He is being treated with less respect.
The Liberals this week are shell-shocked and unnerved after the Victorian rout and both the fact and implications of Banks' desertion.
Former Liberal Julia Banks has not ruled out running as an independent in Chisholm.
The Victorian backbencher has announced she is quitting the party to join the crossbench, launching a scathing attack on the right wing of the Liberal Party in the process.
Despite the crossbenchers now looming large in his world, Scott Morrison didn’t make time to sit in the chamber for Kerryn Phelps’ maiden.
The government now finds itself in the rather bizarre situation of having voted for a “national anti-corruption commission” without committing itself to one.
Ryan declined to name names, but his reference to the media was.
directed at commentators on Sky in the evening and the Sydney shock
In a critique of federal influences in the rout of the Victorian Liberals, Ryan, a former vice-president of the state division, pointed to swings in seats “that are the cradle of the Liberal party”.
Morrison took the unusual course of not saying anything about Victoria.
on Saturday night or Sunday.
The federal Coalition's primary vote fell for the third consecutive time, to 34%, in a poll that if replicated at an election would cost 21 seats.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Deep Saini about the week in Australian politics.
Now that Shorten has released the energy policy this week, the.
Coalition is reaching back into the past for lines and fears.
Labor's promise to subsidise batteries for households quickly became, in government parlance, “pink batts to pink batteries” – seeking to trigger memories of Rudd's policy that cost several lives.
In a speech to be delivered on Thursday, Shorten stresses a Labor government would seek bipartisanship on the NEG.
The ALP estimates the battery subsidy would triple the number of battery systems in Australian households. The policy sets a national target of one million household battery installations by 2025.
‘One amorphous blob’: Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces changes to Australia’s immigration policy at a speech in Sydney.
AAP Image/Joel Carrett
Scott Morrison says population pressures on major cities demand changing migrant intake caps.
The women’s program was promised at budget time, when there was no.
separate women’s statement, as had been produced previously.
The O'Dwyer statement has an eye to areas where Labor has been taking the running. One focal point is seeking to improve the capacity of victims of domestic violence to rebuild their lives.