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The End of the Individual Freedoms of the Private Motor Vehicle Looms: Australian Capital Territory to Ban Petrol and Diesel Cars from 2035

TOTT NEWS. Australia’s capital plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles starting from the middle of next decade, according to reports. The ACT Government will later this week release a strategy document detailing a plan for 80 to… Continue Reading →

Australia’s National Marches — Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin, Cairns, Sydney!

TOTT News ‘Unite For Our Rights!’: Pro-choice Australians march and celebrate across capital cities Huge pro-choice crowds have turned out for end-of-year demonstrations and well-deserved celebrations across the country. It has been a long year for freedom campaigners, as the… Continue Reading →

Australia Breaks Apart: Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews Moves to Secure Permanent Pandemic Powers

By TOTT News Those found “intentionally and recklessly” breaching health orders would face two years in jail or a $90,000 fine, while the Premier would get draconian powers to declare pandemics. Powerful emergency pandemic laws have been introduced to the… Continue Reading →

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