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Election 2022 live updates: Labor promises $970m for Medicare; Morrison prepares for Coalition campaign launch

AEC says second prepolling venue with better accessibility will open this weekend after floods interrupted ‘plan after plan’Follow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesRead our latest election briefing and listen to today’s campaign catchup podcastGuardian Australia’s full federal election coverageGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingThe Australian Electoral Commission is scrambling to secure more voting locations in flood-ravaged Lismore after residents raised concerns that just one prepolling site, which has accessibility issues, is open.Residents also called for better communication from the AEC to tell people that their usual polling place may have been “washed away” in the floods, and to help them find a new location to vote at in the 21 May election. He thinks Australians don’t get the link between these things. He thinks he can just say what he likes and you can have your cake and eat it. I think you’ll find that the government has been very clear in its condemnation of the comments by Mr Albanese, not because of the figure that he put out there specifically, but the fact that he’s just chosen to put a figure out there you know, without bothering to consult, take advice, you know, there’s no science around it. The Coalition has promised big spending in marginal electorates, while a WeChat analysis reveals how political news is resonating with Chinese speakers.
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Enshrining continuity of care and drawing on the best available evidence base to help achieve long-term patient health outcomes are vital components of achieving necessary health system reform. I don’t think so. I obviously condemn the language she has used and I think it is inappropriate, but voters in my electorate know where I stand on these issues. He thinks Australians don’t get the link between these things. any GP and they will tell you that they regularly see some patients with multiple chronic conditions as different problems arise week to week over a long period of time. He thinks he can just say what he likes and you can have your cake and eat it. I think you’ll find that the government has been very clear in its condemnation of the comments by Mr Albanese, not because of the figure that he put out there specifically, but the fact that he’s just chosen to put a figure out there you know, without bothering to consult, take advice, you know, there’s no science around it. Anthony Albanese reveals plan to boost primary health care as Scott Morrison prepares for Sunday’s campaign launch. It is one of the reasons I crossed the floor on the religious discrimination act, to protect gay and trans students and also teachers. I have no regrets about that and I would exactly same thing again if I were re-elected. … I think it also points to why electorates like mine wants to have a moderate voice in parliament. The Coalition has promised big spending in marginal electorates, while a WeChat analysis reveals how political news is resonating with Chinese speakers. Professor Karen Price said that while details were a little light, the RACGP would work with the opposition to implement the plan: Whilst we need to see further details of the scheme, the RACGP will work with the Opposition should they form government. We need to ensure all investments will work in practice for clinicians and achieve high-quality patient care.Ask
Source: https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2022/may/12/washed-away-residents-angry-as-one-polling-booth-opens-in-flood-hit-lismore

Enshrining continuity of care and drawing on the best available evidence base to help achieve long-term patient health outcomes are vital components of achieving necessary health system reform. I don’t think so. I obviously condemn the language she has used and I think it is inappropriate, but voters in my electorate know where I stand on these issues. AEC says second prepolling venue with better accessibility will open this weekend after floods interrupted ‘plan after plan’Follow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesRead our latest election briefing and listen to today’s campaign catchup podcastGuardian Australia’s full federal election coverageGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingThe Australian Electoral Commission is scrambling to secure more voting locations in flood-ravaged Lismore after residents raised concerns that just one prepolling site, which has accessibility issues, is open.Residents also called for better communication from the AEC to tell people that their usual polling place may have been “washed away” in the floods, and to help them find a new location to vote at in the 21 May election. any GP and they will tell you that they regularly see some patients with multiple chronic conditions as different problems arise week to week over a long period of time. Anthony Albanese reveals plan to boost primary health care as Scott Morrison prepares for Sunday’s campaign launch. It is one of the reasons I crossed the floor on the religious discrimination act, to protect gay and trans students and also teachers. I have no regrets about that and I would exactly same thing again if I were re-elected. … I think it also points to why electorates like mine wants to have a moderate voice in parliament. Professor Karen Price said that while details were a little light, the RACGP would work with the opposition to implement the plan: Whilst we need to see further details of the scheme, the RACGP will work with the Opposition should they form government. We need to ensure all investments will work in practice for clinicians and achieve high-quality patient care.Ask
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