My Health System Opt-Out Period Extended to Strengthen Privacy Protections

The Federal Government has extended the opt-out period for the My Health Record system, following an amendment to improve privacy of the system. Health Minister Greg Hunt agreed to extend the period to January 31 2019 on Wednesday, after the Senate passed a crossbench amendment to the legislation to strengthen privacy protections for the online…

Mark Latham Joins One Nation as NSW State Leader

Picture Courtesy: Mark Latham Outsiders Facebook Page Mark Latham has returned to politics, joining the One Nation party to run for NSW’s Parliament. The former Labor leader revealed his candidacy for the march poll on Wednesday, stating that the stakes were too high for him to sit on the sidelines and wanted to put his…

Anning’s speech: underlying ideas, contrasting opinions, and future prospects

Senator Fraser Anning’s controversial maiden speech in Parliament has exploded into a massive divisive issue, particularly on social media, definitely this week’s hot topic. Political experts and local councillors are writing off his speech as a publicity stunt, but any press is good press… Many politicians have condemned Anning for his maiden speech, using an…

Anning Advisor Steps Down Over Senator’s “Final Solution” Speech

An advisor to Fraser Anning has quit following the Queensland senator’s speech that had linked Australia’s Muslim immigration to the Nazi’s often-used term “final solution”. Richard Mcgilvray stepped down just hours after the speech and condemned the Katter Australia Party senator’s speech in post on LinkedIn, claiming he had no knowledge of the senator’s plans…

Anning Speech Censured Over ‘Final Solution’ Muslim Immigration Remarks

Senator Fraser Anning has been condemned across Federal Parliament over speech that called for a ban on Muslim immigration and evoked language popularised by Nazi Germany. Politicians including Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson criticised the Katter Australian Party senator’s Tuesday maiden senate speech, after he said…

Expert Opinion on Exclusive Pauline Hanson Interview

After last week’s exclusive interview with One Nation’s Pauline Hanson, I spoke with Political Expert Dr Ian Cook about her appeal, or lack there of to new young voters, and how she is perceived on mainstream media.. Pauline Hanson has always been a controversial outspoken member in Australian Politics. Her parties ideals and values are…

EXCLUSIVE – Pauline Hanson On Youth, Education & Media Issues

CLICK HERE to watch the interview on “Sunday Evening News & WP”. Pauline Hanson has vowed to transform the current Labor-Liberal duopoly political system during a brief visit to WA to support the state’s One Nation candidate Rod Caddies for the Darling Range by-election. Speaking to WAMN News in a rare one-on-one interview, Ms Hanson…

One Nation’s Malcolm Roberts Was A Dual Citizen

Malcolm Roberts was a dual citizen of both Australia and the UK at his time of nomination, the High Court has found. Justice Patrick Keane criticised the lack of actions Malcolm Roberts had taken to ensure he wasn’t a British citizen, which primarily consisted of an email. Justice Keane said that the email “was not…

Educators Slam Pauline Hanson Over Support for Autistic Students

Education experts have criticised One Nation Party leader Pauline Hanson after suggesting children with autism are “holding our kids back” in the classroom. University education professors said the philosophy of inclusion in Australian education had been influential in changing education for the better, following Senator Hanson’s comments that autistic children should be left out of…

ABC Defends Presenter Amid Calls for Her to be Sacked

Photo Courtesy: Yassmin Abdel-Magied’s Facebook page. The ABC has released a statement defending presenter Yassmin Abdel-Magied, who came under-fire after publishing a Facebook post stating ANZAC Day should be spent thinking about detainees on Manus Island, instead of the Diggers who fought for Australia. The post, which has since been deleted in place of an apology,…