again in National Press Clubshadow treasurer, Angus Taylor He was asked what he would say to immigrant communities who said opposition rhetoric emboldened fascists after an anti-immigration rally held in Melbourne at the weekend.
It of course comes as Taylor and members of the opposition have criticized increased immigration rates, with the shadow treasurer repeating often this afternoon how many immigrants are expected to arrive in the coming years.
But when asked about encouraging fascists, Taylor refused to relate:
I just reject neo-NazismI can’t reject it hard enough, I guess Peter Dutton He was very clear about that. And any connection of our agenda to that, I think, is just plain wrong.
… Look, we want the right thing for all Australians. We do not accept responsibility for the actions of goblins in Melbourne. I mean, if they’re going to go and do that kind of thing, we can’t take responsibility for their heinous behavior and we certainly don’t condone it.
But we will debate the issue of what is appropriate for Australia every day of the week, and of course that is what we do here.
Thanks for watching all day, this is from me today humping. See you here tomorrow morning!
You may have noticed that the Prime Minister’s press conferences come regularly from various childcare centers across the country. That’s because the visits are part of a round he’s directing his handouts to help more women get back into the workforce. This morning’s press conference came from Good Start Tweed Heads.
If you are wondering how Albanese Help soften the blow dealt by the President of the United States Joe Biden His big down visit and then the quartet leaders meeting in Sydney all canceled and collapsed as a result… The answer is some coloring.
I have no confirmation whether Albanese brought the Rabbitoh prints with him himself or whether the center gave the prime minister the opportunity to color the crest of his favorite team.
The Loch Ard Gorge slope in Victoria has closed after fears of avalanche
Part of a sloped face on Great Ocean Road It fell into the sea, prompting authorities to close one of the most popular tourist attractions on the road.
the ABC Beach steps are reported at Loch Ard Gorge It was closed to the public after a rock fell off a cliff overlooking the stairs.
A crack was discovered in the cliff face after the rock fell, just three kilometers northwest of the famous cliff Twelve Apostles.
Victoria Gardens Hire specialists to assess geotechnical risks on site.
First solo show by the indigenous label at Fashion Week
Aboriginal fashion label time She presented the first ever solo First Nations show at Australian Fashion Week, aap reports.
Murriyang’s collection at Sydney’s Carriageworks today featured a collection of all First Nations models, incl Samantha Harris.
The name means ‘skyworld’ in the Wiradjuri language and the bright prints of the set are a celebration of the land, water and sky in the Wiradjuri country of New South Wales.
Meanwhile in Eltham Library, where the drag queen story had to be scrapped…
The event in Eltham led by the Rainbow Angels ends, with the angels moving inside the library to debrief. Vanessa Muradian She bought her new baby with a group of friends. She said it was more important than ever to come out and show support for queer families:
I think there seems to be more transphobia in particular than ever before, but transphobia in general.
In adulthood, I felt like we were coming to a sweet spot in society. I think a lot of post-covid hate is on the rise. I am raising a child in a queer family, it is important for her to feel loved in the world.
Now more than ever we need love. When hate is out there we need to stand up against it.
Campo He ended the press conference to confirm students’ enrollment in school today:
We’re just taking it easy today and surrounding our children with love and support.
… There are still some children in care and others who have school-approved pajamas.
It just hurts knowing what our kids have been through and I can only imagine their fear facing that scene. Like I said, the assistant principal and my staff and I wrapped our hands around the kids. I know we’re not supposed to hug babies but that’s what they need.
Manager says staff only expected to find ‘minor collision’
Campo She asserts that she was one of the first to work on the site. She thought she was heading to the scene of a “minor crash”. Didn’t expect what they found:
A community member called us to say the bus had been in an accident and we were about to start a staff meeting and I said I had to go and they all followed me. We just drowned the kids.
I didn’t know what I would see.
I honestly thought I’d just be there to comfort some distressed kid who’d had a minor collision. I never expected to see that and hope to never see that again.
Campo Thank passers-by who stopped to help, emergency services, police, the Department of Education and the community for support.
To our amazing local community, we are inundated with messages of love, support, food and flowers.
The headteacher of Exford Primary School thanks staff for their help following the Melbourne bus accident
Campo School staff acknowledges:
I just want to express my appreciation for our amazing staff. Almost all of our faculty, some of them here have been managing the situation at the school in terms of family calls.
The majority of us were on site and that was really hard.
We were expecting a fender bender, nothing more.
Our staff wrapped their arms wide around the children and offered love, support and comfort in a really difficult situation.
Lisa Campoboss Oxford Primary SchoolSuperintendent follows cruise.
I want to start by sending all of the children and families our love, support, and thoughts with them. I’ve been in contact with as many people as I can get to and will be contacting all of them again later.
cruise He said the police had just met with the parents of some of the children at the school as well as the staff who were there.
It is unimaginable that the children were in their classrooms and shortly thereafter were severely injured near the school. And for teachers, this can be really touching for them.
When asked what is known about seat belts, cruise He says:
I know the bus had seat belts but I don’t know which children were wearing seat belts or not.