Bernardi is not a terrifically engaging writer, his soap-box passion merely reveals predictable positions and his binary opposition removing any capacity for interesting moments. The Conservative Revolution is a hard read, technically as well as politically.
Danby tells The Australian he can understand the regard with which Hamas hold Professors Rees & Lynch, but he can’t understand the regard with which Sydney University holds these two gentlemen Follow this link to view the original article
Shadow Minister for the Arts Mark Dreyfus has congratulated Melbourne band Hiatus Kaiyote for their historic Grammy nomination – the first nomination for an Australian band in the Best R&B Performance category.
Education Minister Christopher Pyne has followed in the footsteps of the Prime Minister by breaking yet another pre-election promise.
I do not consider myself a revhead nor do I follow the V8s or the grand prix, as some others in my electorate may. However, I am always a passionate supporter of Australian jobs and Australian exports.
Quality and affordable childcare is essential for both children and parents.
Michael Danby MP, Member for Melbourne Ports and Parliamentary Secretary for the Arts spoke about Funding for Schools and Security at the August Plenum of the Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV).
Parliamentary Secretary for the Arts Michael Danby MP today launched ArtsReady, an initiative of Creative Australia, with $3.4 million funding over four years for the establishment of the program.
New Minister for Education Bill Shorten joined Michael Danby in a meeting with the Australian Council for Jewish Schools last Friday the 19th July. The meeting was hosted by Beth Rivkah College with the school and students very excited to have Minister Shorten come visit their school.
Julie Bishop again commits the Coalition to reviewing this bar on Huawei. Her willful disregard for national security advice has alarming dangerous implications if the Liberals were to win the imminent election.