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Yellow Vests set for national action in Australia

After almost 10 weeks of demonstrations, the Yellow Vests Movement continues to protest in large numbers for systemic change across Europe, with many other countries joining France since opposition to new world globalization commenced.

This weekend, national events have been scheduled across Australia in solidarity with the overseas movement, as many groups unite to identify a variety of key issues that increasingly relate to affairs in this country.

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Discussion: Health reforms, St. Kilda rally, vaccines and more

New health insurance reforms end cover for a wide range of natural therapies, nationalists gather at St. Kilda beach to protest immigrant crime, and new studies confirm once again that vaccine regulation is a false perception.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News joins General Maddox from Real News Australia to discuss all the latest news and affairs from around the world!

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Fall of Democracy: Australia’s growing anti-protest regulations

Federal and state governments have both passed successive legislative amendments in recent years that threaten fundamental rights to protests and freedom of speech in Australia.

The latest installment, amendments to the Crown Land Management Act in Victoria, have been described as “a fundamental attack on democracy”, leaving many experts calling for an audit of increasing draconian measures introduced in the last decade.

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My Health Record data breached 77 times in 24 months

Australia’s controversial My Health Record program has once again come under scrutiny after it has been revealed data breaches of the system have increased in the last 12 months.

Over a 24 month period, My Health Record documents have revealed 77 data breaches reported to the Australian Information Commissioner, including 42 new breaches recorded since Australians began being automatically enrolled into the system last year.

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Plans for 2019 and new features | TOTT News

We are looking forward to a big year ahead here at TOTT News! The following is an overview of things you can expect from us in 2019!

This includes increased content of all of our staple categories, such as news and feature pieces, new additions and features for subscribers and members, and much more!

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The end of natural medicine in Australia?

The Australian government has passed health insurance reform laws that end public and private health cover for a wide range of natural therapies, such as Herbalism, Yoga, Homeopathy, Naturopathy and more.

From April 1st 2019, the government will no longer subsidise for a range of natural treatments, and health insurers will no longer be able to provide cover for “non-permitted therapies”, despite them accounting for less than 1% of all benefits paid.

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Most popular content of 2018 | TOTT News

We reflect on the ‘Top 15’ most popular pieces on TOTT News in 2018.

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Discussion: Anti-encryption, Yellow Vests, civil dissent and more

Australia has passed anti-encryption legislation that threatens the digital security of the world, Yellow Vest protests take over Europe, while civil dissent laws are set to take effect next year that block protesting on our shores.

On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News joins General Maddox from Real News Australia to discuss the latest pressing topics related to digital privacy and civil unrest across the world.

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WA joins ‘No Jab, No Play’ vaccine crackdown

The WA government will give the Health Department powers to ban unvaccinated children from attending school and child care centres as part of ‘No Jab, No Play’ measures expected to take effect on January 1, 2019.

Under the new laws, kindergartens, schools and child care centres will be required to keep up-to-date immunisation records, and the department’s “chief health officer” will have power to “order under-vaccinated children to stay home”.

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Australia’s move towards a cashless society

New reports released by payment industry bodies have revealed Australia’s shift to a digital economy is accelerating, with increasing cashless payments outperforming continuing declines of cash and cheque at an unprecedented rate.

As the trend towards a cashless era continues in Australia, Ethan Nash takes a look at an emerging society that will see the future dollar issued and used with no tangible representation.

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