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Saturday, 06 February

01:03

Cannabis Legalization: The Time Has Come for Evidence-Based Cannabis Policy Wake Up World

6th February 2016 By Dr. Kelly Neff Guest Writer for Wake Up World It is certainly an exciting and unprecedented time to be a cannabis activist/enthusiast, as the public support for the legalization of cannabis is higher than ever! Here in my home state of Colorado, the benefits of legalization to the people and to the state ...Continue Reading - Cannabis Legalization: The Time Has Come for Evidence-Based Cannabis Policy

01:03

The Health Benefits of Hemp Seed … and 6 Delicious Hemp Milk Recipes! Wake Up World

6th February 2016 By Elisha McFarland N.D. Guest Writer for Wake Up World Hemp seeds are a tremendous source of protein, vitamins and minerals. With a wonderful creamy and nutty flavor, this superfood is amazingly versatility; hemp seeds can be used to make butter, milk, protein powder, salad dressings and desserts, they can also be used in smoothies, ...Continue Reading - The Health Benefits of Hemp Seed ... and 6 Delicious Hemp Milk Recipes!

00:01

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Friday, 05 February

17:49

This man beat Centrelink's system and he says you can too Corporate Australia

How to succeed with Centrelink

University student Tom Wade spent an hour on the phone to Centrelink and got nowhere with his issue. So, he went up the chain of command, and here's how he did it.
Uni student Tom Wade was one of hundreds of thousands of Australians driven to despair by Centrelink's customer service performance.

But instead of getting mad, Mr Wade got busy, accessing the Australian Government Directory and confronting senior Department of Human Services Bureaucrats directly with his complaints.

Tom Wade used the Commonwealth government directory to contact senior executives in the Department of Human Service when ...
Tom Wade used the Commonwealth government directory to contact senior executives in the Department of Human Service when he couldn't get through to Centrelink using the official channels. Photo: Chris Hopkins
The administr...

17:39

AFSA’s response to the Animal Industries Advisory Committee Discussion Paper Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance

The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance has issued its response to the Animal Industries Advisory Committee Discussion Paper.

Issues in relation to agricultural planning schemes continually affect many of our farmer members and we welcome this opportunity to communicate these issues to the relevant authorities. Find our comments below and access the link to download the full response paper at the bottom of the page.

 

  1. Provide stronger strategic guidance by undertaking regional agricultural land capability assessments and identifying appropriate areas for intensive agriculture in local planning policies.

AFSA supports the undertaking of land capability assessments across the state for suitable agricultural enterprises. However, we strongly recommend taking into account community sentiment about intensive agriculture when determining what areas are genuinely to be deemed ‘suitable’.

Recommendation: that local communities are consulted and that where there are significant objections to proposed development of intensive animal agriculture the decision of whether to grant a permit is made democratically with the community’s involvement.

  1. Strengthen the purpose of the Farming Zone to promote agriculture activity as the priority activity and remove reference to encouraging dwellings as a means of promoting population growth.

Two of the purposes of the Farming Zone are:

To ensure that non-agricultural uses, including dwellings, do not adversely affect the use of land for agriculture.

To encourage the retention of employment and population to support rural communities.

While the Committee has suggested that these purposes are contradictory, AFSA respectfully submits that the regenerative, agroecological farming movement offers an alternative in which increased population on farms is desirable and suppo...

12:52

Are good intentions enough? The Abbott/ Turnbull Government and mental health reform The Stringer

Writing in the ABC Online magazine  The Drum, John Mendoza has described the Abbott/Turnbull Government’s recently announced mental health reform package as ”the most transformative reform package in a generation”. Mendoza, who was previously chair of the National Advisory Council on Mental Health and CEO of the Mental Health Council of Australia, is a respected figure in […]

09:49

The Strange Death of Survivor Lori Sears King aka Shadow- One of the Founders of Ivory Garden DavidShurter.com

Lori King was a well-known survivor advocate who was one of the founders of Ivory Garden, which is a non profit corporation for victims- who was found dead on October 18, 2015 in a hotel room in Indian Valley, Virginia. Lori was an administrator of IGDID for 6 years and was one of the most influential and effective survivor advocates on Ivory Garden. Her dead body was found by a transvestite who goes by the name of Menagerie, who, from what I have been told- had ingratiated herself and taken complete control over Lori. Menagerie told police that he was with Lori at the time of her death and watched her die. This case was not in any way investigated, and there is no mention of the details of her death anywhere that I can find.

I have misgivings about this case. First of all- I believe, in my interactions with Menagerie- that she is the False Memory Syndrome Foundation advocate that I have been fighting with for years on Amazon- who goes by the name of Critthink. I met Menagerie at the first conference that Ivory Garden hosted in Seattle, who was with Lori King, and watched the two of them rush the stage while Colin Ross was speaking- interrupting the conference in order to give roses to Pat Goodwin- who is the President of Ivory Garden. Menagerie was recognized as a result as a member of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation group.

Menagerie has done his best to divide survivors and get them to mistrust each other. He sends survivors stuffed animals, encourages and demands that they speak baby talk with her- and has done his best to get the private information of all survivors. He, in my opinion, is a plant sent in by the CIA based group the False Memory Syndrome Foundation- who is doing his best to divide and separate survivors from speaking up. I have heard, from several resources that he is nice when you do what he wants, but when a victim tries to pull away- he uses their private info to get them fired from their jobs, ruins their marria...

04:46

Protestors hit Auckland's streets as TPP is signed AFTINET

4 February 2016

As TPP trade ministers held a ceremonial signing in Auckland, thousands of protestors jammed the streets, including Maori performing the traditional Haka. Watch the video here 

02:50

Minister Robb shoots the messenger, refuses independent TPP assessment AFTINET

MEDIA RELEASE, February 4, 2016: Trade Minister Robb today rejected calls from 59 community organisations representing over two million Australians for an independent assessment by the Productivity Commission on ABC national radio this morning. He claimed  that the broad alliance of public health, church, environment, aid and development and union organisations were just ‘the usual suspects opposed to all trade agreements’. 

AFTINET Convener Dr Patricia Ranald said that Mr. Robb was shooting the messenger, and failing to address genuine community concerns, also expressed by bodies like the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and the Productivity Commission.

“The TPP locks in stronger monopoly rights for global corporations over medicines and copyright, and gives all foreign investors special additional rights to sue governments over domestic laws. This is the opposite of free trade,†said Dr Ranald. 

 “We are not opposed to trade. We are making the point that the TPP is not mainly about trade at all. Australia already has free trade agreements with nine of the 12 TPP countries, and a World Bank study shows there will be minuscule trade gains after 15 years.â€

 “Mr Robb’s claim that independent assessments are not needed because the government is tabling a National Interest Assessment in Parliament fails to mention that this document is produced by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, which negotiated the agreement. This is not an independent assessment.â€

Dr Ranald said that the TPP will be reviewed by the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties over the next few months before Parliament votes on the implement...

01:03

Yeast is a Cause of Cancer and Turmeric Can Kill Both, Research Confirms Wake Up World

5th February 2016 By Sayer Ji Contributing Writer for Wake Up World A new study validates a controversial cancer theory, namely, that yeast in our body can contribute to not just feeding but actually causing cancer. Can the ancient healing spice turmeric come to the rescue? A recent study published in Critical Reviews in Microbiology lends ...Continue Reading - Yeast is a Cause of Cancer and Turmeric Can Kill Both, Research Confirms

01:03

Putin and the Worship of Authority Wake Up World

5th February 2016 By Tim McClew Guest Writer for Wake Up World For countless eons, humanity has been enslaved by a dualistic virus embedded into their collective consciousness — a virus that ‘shows up’ in a myriad number of ways through the actions and beliefs of societies and cultures down through the ages. Among the ...Continue Reading - Putin and the Worship of Authority

00:21

Environment East Gippsland's 7th successful legal action for forests! (We) can do better

Environment East Gippsland shouldn’t be forced down this costly road but they are … and it works! If anyone would like to share in this winning strategy you can send us a few bob so they can keep it going. Donations are tax-deductible (but we understand if people have thin piggy banks after Xmas). EEG has quite a few large bills to pay now. But their work isn’t over yet! Please drink a toast to all the players tonight – the EEG lawyers, the risk taking EEG team, and the GECO and FFRC surveyors – what a force! You can donate here.

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Thursday, 04 February

22:56

Cost of Living: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Price Increases in the Last Decade SACOSS

The South Australian Council of Social Service today released its Cost of Living Update for the December Quarter 2015, including a snapshot of which prices had gone up most and which had gone up least in South Australia over the last ten years.

The best products were “audio, visual and computing goods and services” whose prices went down by 49% over the last decade (although usage and expenditure may have increased). The “ugliest” commodities, that is, those whose prices went up by more than double the general inflation rate included tobacco, gas, water, property rates, education and medical services. Electricity prices were 8th on the “ugly” list. (See below).

SACOSS Executive Director, Ross Womersley said,

“There were a few surprises in the list, but the most important thing to realise is that these price increases do not affect everyone equally. That is particularly the case with utilities, and in fact many of the “uglies”, whose price increases impact more on low income households because they spend proportionately more on those goods and services.”

“In fact, our report shows that over the last ten years, the cost of living for households relying on income support payments has gone up by more than the general inflation rate.

As a result, a single person on Newstart supporting two children is $10-$16 a week worse off in real terms than a decade ago.”

“By contrast, wage and salary earner households also faced cost of living pressures, but with some respite in recent years their purchasing power is about the same as it was a decade ago.”

“This is another blow for households living on hopelessly inadequate...

13:27

Anglican church offers #refugees sanctuary from @PeterDutton_MP’s “black shirts”: @jansant reports No Fibs

Churches have stepped up their campaign to end Australia’s harmful refugee policies by offering sanctuary to 267 people including 37 babies, facing imminent removal to Nauru. Refugee advocates had hoped for a change in the harsh and punitive government policies under new Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (@TurnbullMalcolm), this has not eventuated. The move will draw […]

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07:13

We must fight to stop “worst trade deal ever", says MSF AFTINET

4 February 2016

International medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has called on  ll citizens of TPP countries to fight back against the “worst trade deal ever for access to medicines†ahead of the TPP signing to be held in New Zealand today.

MSF says that while high medicine prices will hit all countries, people in developing countries - and organisations like MSF who serve them - will be the hardest hit.

06:59

TPP Canberra forum a success AFTINET

4 February 2016

AFTINETjoined the ACTU, GetUp and the Public Health Association in Canberra yesterday at a forum hosted by Labor, Greens and independent MPs.

The groups outlined different concerns but were united in calling for an independent review of the TPP before any vote on its implementing legislation.

You can view media coverage of the day here: ABC news: Concerned community groups call for independent assessment of Trans-Pacific trade deal

AFTINET presented a letter endorsed by almost 60 organisations (representing 2 million Australians) and GetUp presented a petition with more than 300,000 signatures.

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Wednesday, 03 February

02:39

TPP forum to be held in Canberra today amid strong community opposition AFTINET

3 February 2016
 
Fifty-nine community organisations - representing more than two million Australians - have endorsed AFTINET's letter to parliamentarians calling for an independent assessment of the Trans-Pacific Partnership before Parliament votes on the TPP implementing legislation.
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Tuesday, 02 February

23:59

TPP faces a rocky road through Parliament AFTINET

3 February 2016

Originally published by Fairfax media, including The Canberra TimesSydney Morning Herald and The Age

By Dr Patricia Ranald, AFTINET Convener

 

Trans-Pacific Partnership faces a rocky road through Parliament

The signing ceremony on February 4 in Auckland for the Trans-Pacific Partnership is mainly a public relations exercise.

It masks the fact that for Australia and most TPP countries, the public debate and parliamentary process to pass implementing legislation, leading to final ratification of the deal, is just beginning, and it will be a rocky road.

After six years of secret negotiations, the 6000 page text was released on November 5, 2015, but was still subject to "legal scrubbing". The scrubbed text was only released last week, with not enough time to check it before the ceremony. We do know that US corporate interests had been furiously lobbying to get last-minute changes. No wo...

01:27

Australian Victim Fiona Barnett’s New Documentary DavidShurter.com

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My witness of the atrocities performed by Kathy Devine in Dec 2015:

1. Kathy Devine contacted me and offered her assistance as a referee for my accommodation. She suppressed her family link to Space Property and seemed to block my lease applications.

2. Kathy totally invaded my personal space and interfered with my things, and used outright denial of her own behaviour to try dismiss (lie about) her very wrong actions. She ‘grilled’ me and told me many things about past incidents in my life, that she could never have known and that I never mentioned. This demonstrated her connection with past predators.

3. Kathy told me that she was working with ‘Bravehearts’ and MICAH projects to crush survivors. She added “we have people in the churches scouting out for us” and “clever isn’t it, that we have set you up so that nobody believes that you could ever have owned a house or worked for the AFP”. “You must be so frustrated in that you have to stay with me where I can do what I want with you, and have no-where else to go and no-one will listen to you.”

4. Kathy advised me that she was part of a team of royal commission victim supporters linked to and working for intake officer Don Coles “to silence victims”. She later showed me his business car...

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Monday, 01 February

21:50

With rising emissions Australia applies Kyoto credits to meet 2020 #climate target reports @takvera No Fibs

The latest analysis from Reputex energy consultancy shows that Australia will not meet our 2020 emissions reduction target, except by using carry over credits from the Kyoto Protocol first commitment period (2008-2012). Reputex highlights that the Government’s own figures indicate Australia will continue on a new upward emissions trajectory, with forecast growth of 6 per […]

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John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

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Sunday, 31 January

11:01

Aunty through @TurnbullMalcolm’s independent looking glass of #auspol’s realpolitik: @Jansant comments No Fibs

Last week, New Matilda published explosive details of a secretly recorded private conversation between Nick Ross, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) former Games and Technology Editor, and Bruce Belsham, the Head of ABC’s Current Affairs division. They later published the full transcript. The recording made by Ross (@NickRossTech), reveals political pressure being exerted over editorial […]

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Wayne Jansson

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Chief reporter & photographer at No Fibs

Wayne Jansson is an Australian citizen journalist and photographer. He covered the seat of Indi during the 2013 federal election which saw Independent Cathy McGowan unseat Liberal Sophie Mirabella. His interests are politics and social justice.

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Friday, 29 January

20:59

Vietnam reviews #coal expansion in wake of #ParisAgreement reports @takvera No Fibs

In the wake of the Paris agreement, Vietnam has announced a review of all it’s new coal power stations in the planning pipeline and under contruction. Vietnam is currently the third largest builder of coal plants in the world. In a statement (vn) released on 19th January, Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung stated the […]

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John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

07:58

TPP VOTE COMING SOON AFTINET

Ask your MP and Senators to VOTE NO

This year our MPs and Senators will be asked to vote on the TPP’s implementing legislation.

If they pass the TPP legislation they will be paving the way for the deal to come into force – meaning we’ll be vulnerable to lawsuits from foreign corporations and locked in to high medicine prices.

Despite all the downsides of the TPP, there has been no independent assessment done of the costs and the benefits of the deal.

Parliament should not vote on this legislation until the economic, health, environment, and labour rights impacts of the TPP have been properly examined.

In the absence of a proper, unbiased study to shine a light on this deal, we’re calling on MPs and Senators to vote no to the TPP legislation.

Will you join us?

Send a message to your MP and Senators here

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Thursday, 28 January

00:43

NZ Labour says TPP threatens sovereignty AFTINET

26 January 2016

The New Zealand Labour Party has released a statement expressing its concern that the TPP threatens sovereignty for little economic gain.

Opposition leader Andrew Little told the media:

“This analysis confirms the Trans Pacific Partnership will prevent future governments making laws in the interest of New Zealand.

“The public is still in the dark over what this deal means for Pharmac and the future cost of medicines.â€

He also emphasised that many Kiwis are opposed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.

Read NZ Labour’s full media statement here.

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Wednesday, 27 January

00:01

Canada will sign but may not ratify TPP AFTINET

25 January 2016

Canada’s new Government is still treating the TPP with caution. They have now agreed to sign on to the TPP at the official ceremony scheduled in New Zealand in the first week of February - but the Canadian Trade Minister is insisting that this doesn’t mean that they will actually ratify the agreement.

According to the Globe and Mail, Trade Minister Freeland said:

“Signing does not equal ratifying. Only a majority vote in our Parliament can allow the agreement to take force. Signing is simply a technical step in the process, allowing the … text to be tabled in Parliament for consideration and debate before any final decision is made.â€

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Tuesday, 26 January

06:12

Thousands of Malaysians protest TPP AFTINET

23 January 2016

Thousands of Malaysians have turned out to protests urging their government NOT to sign the TPP.

Protesters say the TPP will lead to higher prices, a loss of sovereignty and more unemployment in Malaysia, and are urging their parliament to vote no to ratifying the deal when it is debated later this month.

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Saturday, 23 January

18:35

Abbott handshake not enough to bring optical fibre to the bush: @Qldaah #qldpol #auspol No Fibs

Out in Western Queensland a handshake is a done deal. In May 2015, the then Prime Minister Tony Abbott toured the shires of Barcoo and Diamantina in Western Queensland and inadvertently committed the Federal Government to a $16 million fibre optic project. It was sealed through a handshake with Diamantina Mayor Geoff Morton and Barcoo Mayor Julie Groves. Also present […]

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David is a full time carer for his son and in quiet times contributes to the Fifth Estate. He believes that the role of citizen journalists is to question and collate mainstream media stories through social media and blogging.

17:29

Keeping #MarriageEquality off the record: @burgewords comments on #NeverMarried No Fibs

It felt like a cold label for what was a beautiful love affair. WHEN the South Australian government was caught out by the world’s media for its lax approach to recognising overseas same-sex marriages on death certificates, the justifiable outrage about Marco Bulmer-Rizzi being documented as “never married” to husband David resonated with many readers. One small voice of […]

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Michael is a writer, editor and journalist who lives on the beautiful island of Coochiemudlo. He is passionate about LGBTI equality and emergent forms of online publishing, marketing and access for writers and artists.

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Thursday, 21 January

18:05

Coming out in the cold: @burgewords reviews #Carol No Fibs

The wait for enlightenment will be long, and the darkest, pre-dawn hour lies ahead. WITH nothing more complex than a series of firmly-closed doors, the film Carol takes a powerful dramatic turn that subtly gives two women the space to explore their attraction. When Therese (Rooney Mara) slips into the passenger seat beside Carol (Cate Blanchett) […]

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Michael is a writer, editor and journalist who lives on the beautiful island of Coochiemudlo. He is passionate about LGBTI equality and emergent forms of online publishing, marketing and access for writers and artists.

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Sunday, 17 January

21:33

Occupation of #Santos #Pilliga #CSG site by traditional owners, local farmers reports @takvera No Fibs

Santos plans for a Coal seam gas field in the Pilliga region of western NSW has met stiff opposition from local farmers and traditional owners. A Santos test site was occupied today by 120 people in a mass civil disobedience action. 120 people joined traditional owners from the Gamilaraay / Gomeroi mob in occupying the […]

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John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

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Saturday, 16 January

00:52

Qld Employment Minister Grace Grace hits back at Courier Mail accusations she’s given up: @Qldaah #qldpol No Fibs

Queensland’s new Employment Minister Grace Grace has denied claims by The Courier Mail that she has given up on youth unemployment across the state. In a Tweet published on Friday night, a defiant Ms Grace said, “I will never give up on jobs for Qld young unemployed.” Ms Grace also stated that she was, “completely quoted out of context”. Completely […]

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David is a full time carer for his son and in quiet times contributes to the Fifth Estate. He believes that the role of citizen journalists is to question and collate mainstream media stories through social media and blogging.

Friday, 08 January

20:37

Town of Yarloop destroyed in #Waroonafire maelstrom #WAfires – @takvera No Fibs

Australians woke up on Friday 8 January hearing another bushfire tragedy: the total firestorm devastation of the Western Australian town of Yarloop south of Perth. This comes after 60 homes were destroyed along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria on Christmas Day. John Englart (@Takvera) provides a brief introduction and summary to a curated story […]

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John Englart has always had a strong social and environmental focus and over the past 10 years climate change science, climate policy and climate protest have become an increasingly important and primary focus of his work as a citizen journalist.

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