August 2015

Commented on a story 30th Aug 2015 4:39 PM

FORMER prime minister Julia Gillard has switched her position to now favour same-sex marriage.

Julia Gillard does U-turn on same sex marriage

"Labor had the same stance as Liberals when in power and had the chance to do something but cannot..."

Commented on a story 21st Aug 2015 12:26 PM

CARPENTRY apprentice Lauren Cockburn is thriving in a male-dominated industry.

Toowoomba's lady tradies flourish in male industry

"Depends on what trade and what tools you use. Some sites have compulsory longs others don't. "

Voted in a poll 20th Aug 2015 1:43 PM

Voted in a poll 20th Aug 2015 7:17 AM

Commented on a story 17th Aug 2015 10:31 AM

VOTERS in fringe metropolitan areas such as Ipswich are split down the middle on climate change.

Ipswich voters split on climate change

"Still waiting for William Shorten to announce how much power bills will rise. "

Commented on a story 16th Aug 2015 1:18 PM

A PROPOSED residential development on the Deebing Creek Mission site has angered local Aboriginal families who say it will cover sacred burial sites.

Developers move in on 'sacred Aboriginal burial sites'

"Lang Park springs to mind in reference to a Anglo Australian cemetry making way for progress. "

Commented on a story 15th Aug 2015 12:20 PM

THE people should determine the definition of marriage in a constitutional referendum according to Dawson MP George Christensen.

Christensen: Referendum to 'solve' same-sex marriage debate

"Would you then agree Police involved in the actual charging process who have had any pass or present..."

Commented on a story 13th Aug 2015 1:32 PM

THE people should determine the definition of marriage in a constitutional referendum according to Dawson MP George Christensen.

Christensen: Referendum to 'solve' same-sex marriage debate

"If over 70% of Australians are for it a referendum would clearly back up this claim and lobby groups..."

Commented on a story 13th Aug 2015 10:34 AM

A MAJORITY of Coalition MPs and senators last night rejected the prospect of a conscious vote on marriage equality, during a six-hour meeting.

Coalition faces divisions as it stands against gay marriage

"The sad thing is it's easier to lobby Governments and Opposition than to put it to the people. That is..."

Commented on a story 13th Aug 2015 8:29 AM

A MAJORITY of Coalition MPs and senators last night rejected the prospect of a conscious vote on marriage equality, during a six-hour meeting.

Coalition faces divisions as it stands against gay marriage

"Why? By letting voters decide in a democratic referendum rather than Politicians deciding? Who cares..."

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