The Syrian civil conflict: Should Australia become involved?

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Mark Grech is a NSW senate candidate for the Australian Protectionist Party (APP) and speaks today on the proposition of Australia’s involvement in the Syrian civil conflict. Syria is at war. Though, being fair, conflict in the Middle East is ...
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Religious certification

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Mark Grech is a NSW senate candidate for the Australian Protectionist Party (APP) and speaks today on the practice of ‘Religious Certification’ of items found within our grocery stores and how the majority are paying for something they neither need ...
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Wattle Day

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The first of September, Wattle Day, is a day to celebrate not only Australia’s native fauna, but also Australia’s national identity and way of life. When Wattle Day first commenced in Australia in the early twentieth century, it was a ...
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Troy Ellis, APP candidate in Swan, WA

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The Australian Protectionist Party is delighted to announce the candidacy of Mr. Troy Ellis, 43, for the federal seat of Swan. Troy has lived most of his life in the Swan electorate, and attended Como Senior High School. He is very committed to ...
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Teresa van Lieshout, APP candidate in Fremantle, WA

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Teresa van Lieshout is the Australian Protectionist Party’s candidate in the federal electorate of Fremantle in Western Australia. An experienced teacher for 17 years, Ms van Lieshout has a Bachelor of Arts in Education, a Bachelor of Education, a ...
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Buy Australian, buy the Ausbuy Guide

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Buying Australian-made and Australian-owned products is one of the best ways to keep jobs in Australia. Ausbuy have just released their latest edition of the Ausbuy guide, which gives a thorough listing of Australian-owned businesses so that all ...
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More of the same Ruddy political game-playing

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With Julia Gillard creating a poor name for herself in national politics, with so many Australians likely to vote against Labor with her as leader, it is not surprising that the Labor Party decided to replace her. However, the decision to resurrect ...
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Australia is losing its economy

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Contributed article from Nicholas Steel In the short time that Australia has had a Carbon Tax, it has lost a significant amount of business activity. A large gas project off the coast of Western Australia has been cancelled, further expansion ...
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