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Cash ban delayed after public backlash

Legislation that would have outlawed cash payments for goods and services exceeding $10,000 has been set aside and referred to a committee until February 2020.

Following a influx of public submissions, the setback of the bill has been described as a “notable victory”, while concerns still remain surrounding the details of the proposed legislative changes.

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Inquiry launched into 5G in Australia

The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts has commenced a parliament-first inquiry into 5G network technology.

The announcement follows months of public outcry from concerned citizens and community action groups over the rollout of 5G in Australia.

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Regional NSW is running out of water supplies

Parts of regional NSW could run out of water as early as November, with other locations set to follow, as reports predict the “worst-case scenario” for communities with no urgent intervention.

Almost a dozen towns across regional New South Wales and southern Queensland are staring down the battle of a crisis that’s been dubbed “day zero”.

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South Australia to lift ban on GM crops

The South Australian government is seeking to lift the state’s long-standing ban on genetically modified (GM) crops beginning next year.

According to proposed changes to an existing moratorium, mainland farmers would be given the freedom to choose to plant for the first time since 2003.

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Why do we trust scientific research? | FFT

In a world full of deception, propaganda and half-truths, it is imperative for individuals to revisit foundation beliefs that structure both our minds and our societies.

In the following Food For Thought discussion, we examine one of the most common references that individuals use when attempting to prove a viewpoint -- the ‘legitimacy’ of scientific papers.

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More 5G tower victories across Australia

Telco giants have been met with further roadblocks in the race towards 5G, with more regions successfully campaigning to reject future tower proposals.

The Lathlain and Currumbin Valley regions have recently won bids to appeal both tower and mobile base station installations, following on from similar victories in the Sutherland Shire region last month.

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Plans to limit cash transactions over $10,000

The Australian government has released draft legislation to implement an economy-wide cash payment limit of $10,000 from 1 January 2020.

Treasury officials have announced the laws will be “encouraging the transition to a digital society”.

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Member Circle: Tradition | July 2019

Human nature is under attack in the modern world, and systems of dominance observed in society are the latest phase in a crisis which has long existed since the dissolution of the individual spirit.

On the July editions of both the Member Circle Podcast and Member Sessions Podcast, we discuss all things relating to society and dehumanization in Australia, including the ongoing culture war, traditionalism, community spirit, the cultural marxist cult and more.

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China’s Great Firewall: A look at government-approved reality

Over the last decade, the Chinese government has developed an armoury of tools to monitor, classify and repress the behaviour of 1.4 billion people.

The “Great Firewall of China”, as it is commonly referred, is a sophisticated system of internet censorship that has led to the restriction of social media, search engines and traditional websites.

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Council backs residents against Telstra installations

Sutherland Shire Council is making a last-ditch effort to stop Telstra mobile phone installations going ahead at Lilli Pilli, Kareela and Engadine.

A council meeting held earlier this week approved an appeal against Telstra mounting ‘small cell’ installations on community infrastructure.

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