Were Muslim terrorists planning to bomb a crowded football ground?

Information brought to light in a Melbourne trial alleges that an organised Islamic terrorist group planned terrorist bombings in Australia. If the prosecution case is correct, then Australia could have been very close to being on the receiving end ...
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Scientific breakthrough could be a boon for Australia

Australian scientists from the CSIRO have developed a new process that can turn green waste into fuel. The Furafuel bio-crude oil process can make petrol and diesel from waste paper, tree trimmings and lawn clippings. The process could replace ...
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Sorry – words don’t always come cheap

In the lead up to the much touted and so called "historic" apology by K.Rudd and his Cabinet of Social Engineers to those indigenous Australians who were removed from their homes, I've have quite a number of people asking me where the Protectionist ...
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Minister for Social Engineering attempts to flex muscle

One can't envy the hand picked members of K.Rudd's "Ministry of Miracles". Having promised so much and told to hit the ground running to address the social ill of every minority group in the country they must certainly be experiencing a great deal of ...
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Cenotaph should remain apolitical

Australian Protectionist Party National Chairman and South Australian Spokesman Mr. Andrew Phillips today expressed regret at media reports of planned protests to be conducted at the Cenotaph in Sydney. "The Cenotaph is a place of quiet ...
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G.M. moratorium – Too soon and at what cost?

The debate over the lifting of the moratorium on genetically modified crops has worn on for many years and caused bitter division amongst Australian growers, the scientists, lobby groups, potential and current clients and the wider community. This ...
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Al Grassby: Raising a statue for a criminal in Canberra

A recently-produced pamphlet, “The Grassby Statue: Crossing the Line” by Greg Clancy of Sunda Publications, has condemned the construction of a statue of Al Grassby in Canberra by the ACT government. Clancy says: “...the nature of Grassby's known ...
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Support our troops, bring them home

Several Australian soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan so far. But what are we there for? To fight an international war against terrorism? If that is the case, our best bet is to minimise the potential for terrorism in Australia, by minimising ...
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