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- Roberto Georgio on Nova Peris sets back race relations? obviously not very impressed with whites, but happy to take there hard earned money. more
- Barry G on Sydney kids calls for Islamic caliphate By By , Thanks Rudd AND Gillard ,,Seeya Australia. more
- Cleangirl on Nova Peris sets back race relations? Claims to be the victim here ??? more
- Tony on Sydney kids calls for Islamic caliphate And as if the police will get anywhere? These people seem to be able to do whatever they want too, whenever they want too, ... more
- NO MONEY NO HONEY on New Gold Opal card for Seniors Beware, the scheming movers & shaker's agenda is to make a $cashless society. more
- Keith A Tudor on Should Nova Peris quit the Senate? @ Realistic-Canberra - well said indeed. It is quite sickening the mess Madame Gillard left us all - including the abject ... more
- Join the Q Society on Sydney turns blind eye to homeless No they don't, when the nameless arrived on leaky boats they were given Government housing, white goods and the never ending ... more
- REALISTIC-CANBERRA on Should Nova Peris quit the Senate? Senator Nova Peris was always going to be just another one of failed prime minister JuLia Gillard's sick jokes. No wonder ... more
- SLOPPY JOE HOKEY-CANBERRA on Sydney turns blind eye to homeless Our grandstanding, uncaring governments, both Labor/Green & Liberal are donating countless $billions of borrowed $$dollars ... more
- Cleangirl on Should Nova Peris quit the Senate? The Token job placer should also stand down, disgraceful. more
- peter on Excise lift: Petrol prices set to rise get more attention on pump price we should be paying after lower crude price drop , why the lag in price drop we pay through ... more
- SLOPPY JOE HOKEY-CANBERRA on Why paying more for petrol stinks! I remember the big con, the panic, scare campaign 40 years ago when we were told we would run out of oil within 5 years and ... more
- Greg O on Excise lift: Petrol prices set to rise Well something has to rise if any Government no matter who it might be is going to pay back the massive debt that the Kevin ... more
- Cleangirl on Why paying more for petrol stinks! why not 40c on Dog food, or a charge for cyclists ? Motoring is a necessity. more
- EMPTY TANK on The Whisper: Woolies Woes I wish greedy Woolies and Coles would be stopped from messing about with petrol $prices? This a very big election issue... more
- REALISTIC-CANBERRA on Sydney auctions held in Mandarin Evidently these days Aussies have got no money to bid with...so much for so called free trade, well done big Joe? more
- Bao Tran on Who let 11yo runaway stay 2 nights? Good question. This day and age you have to be either very brave or very stupid. It shows how society is now. What if it was ... more
- Tanya on Sydney auctions held in Mandarin We wanted to buy an investment property a few years ago. Looked at a lot of different agents, but one of them most ... more
- Joanne L. on Who let 11yo runaway stay 2 nights? After what happened to Daniel Morcombe, I feared the worse, thank God she is alright...there is a very big lesson here for ... more
- Barry G on Sydney auctions held in Mandarin By By Australia , A special thanks to Gough Whitlam for those big reforms , more Labor disasters from back then and many ... more
Soaring bills and families struggling
Jason Morrison reveals there has been a 43% jump in the number of complaints to the State's Energy Ombudsman, mostly about high bills and disconnections. Families are struggling to pay soaring electricity bills.
Ombudsman Claire Petrie has told Jason Morrison consumers are becoming more and more frustrated.
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The State Opposition has called on the Government to act immediately to ease pressure on households struggling with soaring power bills.
Opposition Leader John Robertson says the Premier needs to do more.
Two Murrays look at a new mobile app that takes the fuss out of booking a taxi with Andrew Campbell, one of a batch of young entrepreneurs proving that you don't have to be an IT guru to make successful apps.
Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop has unveiled a $160 million four-year broadcast deal for the code. Paul Murray questions the SBS role in the deal, using tax-payer funds for rights?
What was once an essential service is now a corporate business along with every Government department both Federally/State and local.Check it out it is not hard to find their ABN's.Austalia is going down the gurgler at the expense of corporations acting as Government departments.Craig Wednesday 21 November, 2012 - 8:50 PM
Because of this rotten to the core, mongrel Labor government, in the last 5 years our cost of living has exploded!!!! Tax on tax on tax on tax on tax and our taxes have been damned wasted on Labor's crap.Diana Tuesday 20 November, 2012 - 9:21 AM
It is utterly disgraceful that we Australians are being ripped off with electricity bills! Living in a country rich in coal and other natural resources the country is going down the gurgler thanks to failed labor party policies! I trust, hope and pray the labor party is never ever again given the mantle of government anywhere in this country!Samuel Kyrikos Tuesday 20 November, 2012 - 7:57 AM