The aim of this site is to highlight some of the “achievements” and notable moments of the Liberal & National party coalition during its term of office from 2013 to the present day. It is by no means an exhaustive … Continue Reading →

Scotty’s China Syndrome

This week, the last sitting week of parliament before the election was probably Morrison’s worse (yeah, I know that’s a big call). After many years of bi-partisanship on Foreign Affairs Morrison decides to link the ALP with China! He accused … Continue Reading →

Our Climate Cop Out

Minutes before the COP 26 summit in Glasgow (Nov 2021) Morrison decided that we should have a Net Zero position….much to the chagrin of the Nationals. There were no details of this plan of course, but there was a nice … Continue Reading →

The Milkshake video

The government allocated $7.8m to its “Respect Matters” initiative, then spent $3.8m of that on producing a Milkshake Video which confused people, then was quickly pulled. Another waste of taxpayers’ money by the LNP. The milkshake video – in which … Continue Reading →

Car Park Rorts

Leading up to the 2019 election the LNP promised to spend $660 million trainstation car parks, mostly in LNP or Marginal seats, now known as the Car Park Rorts. This money was part of the so-called $4.8 billion Urban Congestion … Continue Reading →

More cash for Foxtel

In the middle of a pandemic as people are out of work and the country has just slipped into recession the LNP announces that they’re giving more cash to Foxtel, another $10 million of taxpayers’ money to Rupert Murdoch (yes, … Continue Reading →

2020 Year in Review

2020 Year in Review…..How did the LNP do? You can read all the posts here but Belinda Jones (@BelindaJones68 on twitter) has put together a handy list. Jan: Morrison sparks protests calling for his sacking around Australia. Angry Australians are … Continue Reading →

Gone Postal

Christine Holgate’s forced resignation came out of the blue for many people, especially as she seemed to be turning things around for the Government Business Enterprise. But, like most things, there’s more to the story than meets the eye. Ronni … Continue Reading →

Shine Energy

Shine Energy’s website (https://www.shineenergy.com.au/) proudly proclaims “Helping Australia Transition To A Low Emission Future” – so how did this solar company win a $4m grant for a feasibility study into a coal-fired power station? Chief executive Ashley Dodd had big … Continue Reading →