While You Were Working: Tuesday 24 May, 2016
Take a moment for yourself and catch up on the news of the day.
PYNE AND ALBO DEBATE ON Q&A
The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Christopher Pyne went head to head with the Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Cities, Anthony Albanese on ABC's Q&A last night.
CSIRO is needed so much more than ever. Increase the funding NOW#qanda— tracey (@traceyggor) May 23, 2016
NOVA PERIS QUITS POLITICS
The Labor Senator has announced she will not be re-contesting her seat at the upcoming election. There were reports earlier that Peris was in talks with the AFL for a top Indigenous job. She was the first Indigenous woman elected to federal parliament.
— Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) May 24, 2016
PAULINE HANSON'S POLICITCAL COMEBACK IS HAPPENING
The former MP stands her best chance ever of returning to Parliament as an independent candidate for the Senate in Queensland.
PERTH DRENCHED AS ANOTHER WINTER STORM HITS
Around 4000 woke in the dark as yet another cold front with heavy rain and strong winds brought down the electricity network in parts of the state.
Around the metropolitan around 1800 homes were without power on Tueseday morning with the most affected suburbs being Rockingham, Bayswater and Innaloo, Western Power spokesman Paul Entwistle said.
— Sunrise (@sunriseon7) May 24, 2016
Source: WA Today.
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