SourcesTasmania Greens, Democracy not for Sale, January 2018Daniel Andrews, Media Release, September 18, 2017Australian Electoral Commission, annual returns, online dataYee-Fui Ng, Explainer: how does our political donations system work – and is it any good?, The Conversation, May 30, 2016Yee-Fui Ng, Victoria gets serious on its political donations rules – now it's the federal government's turn, The Conversation, September 20, 2017Victorian Electoral Act, 2002Commonwealth Electoral Act, 1918ABC News, Malcolm Turnbull admits donating $1.75 million to election campaign, February 1, 2017NSW Electoral Commission, Political DonationsElectoral Commission Queensland, Funding and Disclosure Handbook for State Elections and By-electionsSouth Australia Electoral Act, 1985West Australian Electoral Commission, Funding and Disclosure in Western Australia: GuidelinesTasmanian Electoral Commission, Information for CandidatesTasmanian Electoral Commission, Information for Candidates, 2017 … [Read more...] about Fact check: Does Tasmania have the weakest political donation laws in the nation?
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“We never seriously believed that the EU would be willing to use a treaty, negotiated in good faith, to blockade one part of the UK, to cut it off, or that they would actually threaten to destroy the economic and territorial integrity of the UK.” … [Read more...] about Take your threats off the table, British PM Johnson tells EU in trade row
The plan aims to modernise existing sewage system and coverage of non-sewered areas; setting up of faecal sludge and septage management system for mechanised cleaning of septic tanks, transportation and treatment of faecal sludge; equipping the municipalities, and setting up of Sanitation Response Units with help lines, according to a document by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. … [Read more...] about Govt to introduce bill to make law banning manual scavenging more stringent
Karnavati, Rajpath and YMCA have stationed supervisors and guards to ensure members follow safety rules; Sports Club puts off decision to open facilities till Sept 21 After a 5-month hiatus, clubs in the city are gradually returning to life under the new normal. While prominent clubs like Rajpath, Karnavati and YMCA are allowing their members to use limited facilities under strict supervision, Sports Club has decided against opening up just yet. Rajpath Club and YMCA have opened their gym, lawn tennis and yoga centre to members. The clubs are also allowing sports like table tennis, badminton and squash. They have also deployed supervisors and guards to keep a watch on members to ensure that rules are followed strictly. While Karnavati and Rajpath are keeping their restaurants open at 50 per cent capacity, YMCA is yet to start this facility. Talking to Mirror, Rajpath senior vice-president Vikram Shah said, “We have kept the swimming pool, music room, and home theatre closed … [Read more...] about Clubs unlock doors, but with conditions attached
Indian leg of two-day Texas Open tournament will be held in Ahmedabad on October 3 and 4; field restricted to 32 participants due to Covid This could be the silver lining that sports persons in the city are looking for in times of the Covid pandemic as Ahmedabad is all set to host the ‘first international pickleball tournament in India’. After sports world came to a standstill in the country following the pandemic-induced lockdown, the Indian leg of Texas Open Tournament can herald a new era for the sporting world. The two-day tournament is scheduled to be held on October 3 and 4. “Texas Open is a prestigious tournament and it is for the first time they have moved beyond the US. It was meant to be held in seven countries but due to Covid restrictions, it will be held only in three – Singapore, Thailand and India – this year. The winners from each leg will be invited to play at the Texas Open in the US next year,” Pavan Patel, who is hosting the … [Read more...] about City set to host first international pickleball meet