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  • Internet

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    Direct investment into 5G mobile infrastructure to support the NBN

    Everyone should have access to high-speed internet because, these days, having access to online information and services has become such a necessity. We believe that everyone should have equal access to the internet. In our recent history the government owned Telstra and provided a subsidised service for the whole community. We will invest in 5G mobile infrastructure to ensure an equitable, high-quality broadband service is available to all Australians.


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  • Global Warming
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    Moving to renewable energy

    Not until recent years has climate change become more widely accepted as a scientific reality, and as human beings on this planet it is our duty and responsibility to take care of the earth. We will take on that responsibility by moving to renewable energy.


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  • card_travel Immigration
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    Give preference to immigrants with skills suited to Industry

    Historically, Australia has had a "stop the boats" policy and with other places, like America, also wanting to keep out immigrants, they have been getting a pretty bad rap. Some people think that all immigrants are uneducated or criminals that are “taking our jobs”, but there is large number of immigrants with highly valuable skills. We need to identify and support these people by speeding up the process of immigration, and matching skilled immigrants to our industry requirements.


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  • Equality
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    Establish representation quotas for government leadership

    Australia is seen as a land of equal opportunity for everyone, but it has not always been this way. It was only in 1967 that Aboriginals were actually considered people, and not animals. Like many western countries, Australia has had a history of discrimination. We intend to lead by example, and eradicate discrimination by implementing quotas for equal representation across all levels of government.


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  • Gambling
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    Curb gambling with increased taxes and advertising bans

    Gambling has always been a major part of history, with players from countries all over the world engaging in casino games and betting options. For the majority of that time, bettors resorted to land casinos and bookmakers to place wagers, but times have changed. Now people can just go online and bet thousands of dollars in a matter of seconds. Gambling has become a much bigger problem than ever before, due to its accessibility. We will cut back all gambling by implementing much heavier taxes on gambling institutions, and banning all gambling-related advertising.


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  • Republic
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    Transition to a self-governing republic

    Australia is still technically ruled by the Queen of England, however all of our laws are made by the Australian government. When colonists first settled in Australia, their decisions were made by governors and officials by order of the King. It took so long for messages to get back and forth, that the government of Australia, at the time, would have to make many of the decisions independently. Accordingly, the role of the royal family has continued to diminish over time. We need to make a full transition to become a self-governing republic.


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  • Australia Day
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    Celebrating Australia Day on January 1

    On 26th January, 1788, the First Fleet arrived in Australia and raised the Union Jack flag of England. Until now, Australia day has been celebrated on the 26th of January without being contested. However, for our Aboriginal population, the 26th marks the day that they lost their freedom and land. To them, Australia day is linked to their Invasion day. That's why we will change the day we celebrate Australia Day to match the day of Federation - 1st January.


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Tim Betschel

Founding Party Member
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Tim Churchward

Founding Party Member