Entries by Mitchell Van Homrigh

Aussie political citizenship saga continues in 2018

The citizenship saga surrounding Australia’s politicians continues in 2018, with one Labor MP unable to find paperwork showing he renounced his British dual citizenship. David Feeney claims he renounced ties to Britain in 2007 but can’t provide evidence. Mr Feeney told Newscorp, today, his legal team have been unable to retrieve documents from the British archives. […]

Video: QLD LNP open to changing gun laws

A video has emerged which shows Liberal National Party Deputy Leader Tim Mander saying he’s open to changing gun laws. The video, which was filmed in March 2017, shows Mr Mander discussing weaker gun laws with the Shooters Union of Australia. The Minister said he’s all about “less regulation” and he’s open to the idea […]

Stosur slumps out of Aus Open

Sam Stosur has bundled out of the Australian Open in an otherwise successful opening day for the Australian contingent at the tournament. It is a familiar story for the Gold Coaster who struggled in her first-round match with Monica Puig, losing in three sets. Stosur was a set and a break up against Puig, before […]

Queensland licenses scrap height and gender information

The Opposition has branded the removal of gender and height from Queensland licenses as “madness”. The leader of the Liberal National Party, Deb Frecklington, said the Palaszczuk Government needs to focus on “real issues”. “It is madness to remove basic identification features from driver’s licences, most people’s primary identification record,” she said in a statement. […]

Australian Navy $600 million drug bust in the Arabian Sea

The Royal Australian Navy has seized more than 100 kilograms of heroin valued at $33 million during their latest operation in the Arabian Sea. HMAS Warramunga has intercepted three shipments of drugs in the past fortnight, taking 11.5 tonnes of hashish and 180 kilograms of heroin. The drugs have an approximate value of $629 million. Commanding Officer of Warramunga, […]