Jane Tullis is speaking on behalf of the P&C’s saying the Labor attempt to buy their affections is “too little too late”.
Novan Vogt thinks the Labor plan to waive some payroll tax is ok but “more must be done”.
Jane Tullis is concerned about the legality of Katy Gallagher’s school sites tender process.
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[CAP have since started playing silly buggers with their date stamps and I can no longer tell what is new so that’s their lot for today unless things improve]
Having decided that a lucky 500 oldies would get extra dental care the Liberals are now announcing that, if elected, they’ll insulate a lucky 10,000 houses over four years of Liberal rule.
Steve Pratt is promising a green waste wheely bin in what could well be a masterstroke of populism.
Liberal party expert Teepee has pointed out in our comments that Brendan Smyth has apparently announced a Liberal tourism policy calling for a Canberra Biennale and more money for Brendan’s mates in the tourism industry.
Messrs Stanhope and Barr are announcing that they’ll spend another $40 million on “sporting infrastructure and services”.
Katy Gallagher is weeping for the beloved health administrators of Canberra who would be under threat should the Liberals seize power.
Simon Corbell is leaping on the FOI reform bandwagon. He’s promising to remove the power of Ministers to just decide they don’t want stuff published. Aka issuing ‘conclusive certificates’.
The Motorists are a tricky bunch to monitor, but they have released some new policies since last time I checked in: