Angus Taylor, Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction

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Baltimore Jack

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Might be an idea to rename this thread Watergate

Shorten has called for an Inquiry according to Twitter
* License (was there one)
* Canary Islands
* $57M sent offshore as profit on the deal
* The Government offered to pay MORE than the original asking price for the water
 

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Bomberboyokay

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The energy minister, Angus Taylor, held talks with federal environment officials over an issue at the centre of an illegal land-clearing action brought by the same department against a company part-owned by him and his brother, Guardian Australia can reveal.
 

Gough

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Elastico Gomez
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If this is what Australia voted for then it would seem most of us have a very poor opinion of ourselves. We deserve better than this.
There doesn't seem to be a line any more, let alone shame at crossing it.
 

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Elroo

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They aren't even trying now!


The New South Wales government funded a $16m education project closely associated with the spouse of a state minister despite a cost-benefit analysis showing the project would be unlikely to deliver a positive benefit to the state.
The 2016 analysis of the proposed Country Universities Centres has surfaced after a call for papers by the NSW Legislative Council. The project was proposed by Duncan Taylor, husband of the upper house Nationals MP Bronwyn Taylor, who at the time was parliamentary secretary to John Barilaro, the state Nationals leader and deputy premier.
 

HairyO

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I trust their whiteboards contained the required information to ensure the grants were being applied legitimately.
 

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