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Glib platitudes reveal little grasp of frontline virus fight
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Glib platitudes reveal little grasp of frontline virus fight

Every time I hear a politician mouthing platitudes about “pushing through”, or “reaching the peak” or “riding the wave”, I wonder if they have any real understanding of what is happening in our medical system.

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Healthcare system needs life support to carry on
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Healthcare system needs life support to carry on

Premier, could you please stop telling us that the hospitals are coping because they aren’t.

Morrison as preferred PM belies insipid leadership
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Morrison as preferred PM belies insipid leadership

While it’s heartening that people are marking down the government on its overall performance, it is still unbelievable that Scott Morrison remains the preferred prime minister.

Djokovic a mere side issue against failure on Omicron
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Djokovic a mere side issue against failure on Omicron

I have scant sympathy for a high-profile person with such disregard for health and safety rules.

Crying out for a statesman, we instead get mediocrity
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Crying out for a statesman, we instead get mediocrity

What a sorry excuse for a Prime Minister we have. Deborah Snow’s interview reveals a man who has done nothing, aspires to nothing, apologises for nothing and takes responsibility for nothing.

Keep schools open for the children’s sake
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Keep schools open for the children’s sake

Even during COVID we need to ensure the mental well-being and general health by interacting.

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Coalition ‘redirection’ exposes the disabled
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Coalition ‘redirection’ exposes the disabled

Among all the stories of government inaction and chaos around Omicron there is an emerging pattern of individuals and organisations being told by suppliers that their RAT order has been taken by the federal government.

Public should choose head of state, not politicians
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Public should choose head of state, not politicians

The Australian Republic Movement model for presidential nomination is hardly a “choice” for voters because political parties will control who gets on the ballot paper.

Leadership void has lead to a COVID catastrophe
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Leadership void has lead to a COVID catastrophe

This crisis has been visited upon us by leaders on the grounds they were protecting the economy. Like a mafia kingpin extorting money, this is the kind of protection that can kill you.

‘Pushing through’ hurts both economy and health
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‘Pushing through’ hurts both economy and health

Scott Morrison and Dominic Perrottet seem determined to play “whack-a-mole” with our health.

Dutton’s concern for human rights breathtaking hypocrisy
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Dutton’s concern for human rights breathtaking hypocrisy

Human rights, like charity, begins at home and Australia’s on and off-shore detention centres have housed refugees for many years without trial or proper basic services.