Citizenship Reform 2.0 Returns To Parliament Next Month

Citizenship reform is back and ready to be debated in Federal Parliament next month, with questions remaining over the difficulty of the citizenship test. Citizenship Minister, Alan Tudge, visited Perth and met with Ian Goodenough, speaking to migrant residents about their concerns over citizenship. Mr Goodenough said the citizenship amendment bill will require applicants to…

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Tensions Increase Between Australia and China as Foreign Interference Laws Introduced

Malcolm Turnbull has admitted to increasing tensions between Australia and China following Canberra’s increased crackdown on foreign interference. The Prime Minister conceded that there was some strain between the two nations with the tension arising after the Federal Government’s announcement of a revamp of Australian laws against political donations and espionage. “There is certainly some…

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Greens Propose “People’s Bank”, Universal Basic Income For Australians

The Greens are calling for a “People’s Bank” and universal basic income that would give Australians low interest government loans and cheaper housing. Greens leader Richard Di Natale has outlined an agenda to the National Press Club for “big government” a plan for a “universal basic income” while also proposing the Reserve Bank offer banking…

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The World’s Greatest Shave Marks 20th Anniversary

The 20th anniversary for the World’s Greatest Shave is happening this week across Australia, with more than 20,000 participants colouring, cutting or shaving their hair and donating to the leukaemia foundation. Over the last 20 years, more than 1.9 million people have coloured, cut or shaved their hair, all raising money and supporting the people in…

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