When we consider which eminent citizen amongst us we might place our trust in if Australia were ever to become a republic, I can think of no better candidate for the office of President than Senator Lidia Alma Thorpe.
Since June 1, Matt Thistlethwaite has served as Assistant Minister for ‘the’ Republic. (What republic?) One month since his appointment, Prime Minister Albanese still has not explained to Australian taxpayers why they are funding this fantastical exercise in political overreach.
23 June 2022 | The Spectator Australia
Co-authors: Rachel Bailes
Despite this being the year of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee, the republican debate in Australia has reignited following the Albanese government’s appointment of an Assistant Minister for the Republic.
Camerata really is Queensland’s chamber orchestra. Every year, the ensemble undertakes a regional tour across the state, and in so doing does a wonderful job of spreading the joy and infinite variety of music (as Lenny might have put it).
In 1483, two boys, aged 12 and nine, went into the Tower of London. They never came out. Today, 538 years later, we still don’t know what happened to King Edward V and his younger brother Richard of Shrewsbury. We likely never will.