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FEDERAL REFERENDUM ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT RECOGNITIONTopicsPostsLast updated
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REFERENDA


DISCUSSION ON THE UPCOMING REFERENDUM AT THE FEDERAL ELECTION .THE CASE FOR OR AGAINST WHETHER LOCAL GOVERNMENT IS TO BE RECOGNISED IN THE AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTION.
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GOSFORD COUNCILS POINT OF VIEW


Councils unite to support constitutional recognition referendum
Date:
21-05-2013 12:00 AM
Media Release:
The Mayors of both Central Coast councils have encouraged residents to support a campaign to give Constitutional Recognition to Local Government
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Battling the referendum naysayers by Michelle Grattan


Grattan on Friday: Battling the referendum naysayers
http://theconversation.com/grattan-on-friday-battling-the-referendum-naysayers-14603
The quest to get a ?yes? vote for a change that would ensure the constitutionality of federal funding for local
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Bernardi calls for Coalition to oppose local government referendum


http://theconversation.com/bernardi-calls-for-coalition-to-oppose-local-government-referendum-14165
Liberal Senator Cory Bernadi has called on the federal Coalition to oppose the referendum to recognise local government in the constitution, which will be
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The perils of constitutional recognition of local government


http://theconversation.com/the-perils-of-constitutional-recognition-of-local-government-14471 How many Australians truly understand the potential impact of their actions when
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General Discussion


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over a year ago
by gosfordpip
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TONY ABBOTT SUED FOR 1.5 MILLION


Legal papers have been served on Opposition Leader Tony Abbott by the co-founder of the now-defunct One Nation party.

David Ettridge is suing for $1.5 million, accusing Mr Abbott of acting unlawfully in 1998 by assisting and encouraging litigation agai
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democracy in the 21st century


discussion on the changing face of Australian democracy
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by gosfordpip
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GENERAL ARTICLE ON TOPIC


Grattan on Friday: Battling the referendum naysayers

AUTHOR

Michelle Grattan
Professorial Fellow at University of Canberra
DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

Michelle Grattan does not work for, consult to, own shares in or receive funding from any company o
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Indigenous recognition in constitutionTopicsPostsLast updated
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Constitutional change


Constitutional Change Forum on

The recognition of Indigenous peoples in the Constitution


7.30 pm Monday 13 May 2013

EVERGLADES COUNTRY CLUB DUNBAN ROAD WOY WOY

Everyone is welcome

Discussion is lead by Darren Maxwell, community activist.
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