Category: Australia Law
As seen on the March, issue of Philippine Tribune Politicians in The ACT are pushing for the legalisation of cannabis for personal use, which would allow people to grow two plants and hold up to 50 grams of the drug. Canberra has become the first city in Australia to legalise cannabis for personal use. Canberra […]
As seen on the September 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel Upper House MP Reverend Fred Nile has described a bill being introduced to decriminalize abortion as “sneaky” and “worse than any other bill that’s been put up to Parliament”. The Christian Democrat joined a small group of protesters, including his wife, outside Parliament House […]
I sent a letter to several of our NSW Parliamentarians expressing my opposition to the ‘Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill 2019’, hoping that the death-focused bill would be rejected. We woke up this morning to learn the proposed Bill had been passed in the Lower House last night. It seems unimaginable for the life of […]
You could be fined $60,000 or put in prison if you refuse.
Poorly-skilled migrants will struggle to granted immigration visas amid the government’s plan to crackdown on dole bludgers. Only the ‘best and brightest’ immigrants will be welcomed into Australia, according to the Saturday Telegraph.
Tougher residency requirements now apply for pensioners starting from July 1, 2018 saving the Federal Government $119 million per year.
From July 2, 2018, one new Child Care Subsidy will replace the two current child care payments. This transition will happen automatically.
After spending more than $120 million in a plebiscite to determine the will of the people, the government finally decided to legalise same sex marriage in Australia. It has become the 26th country in the world to legitimise same-sex marriage. The Federal Parliament passed a law last December in an overwhelming “YES” vote that made […]