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Lee's media: August 2016

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Lee Rhiannon 31 Aug 2016
  • OUT & ABOUT PICTURES - AMOU Rally August 2, Lloyd's List Australia
  • One Nation wins four Senate seats, crossbenchers to hold the balance of power August 3, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Greens call on Labor to support 'fairer' method to share six-year Senate terms August 5, Guardian
  • People are sick, they've been harmed' (water contamination) August 5, Courier Mail
  • Push for Newcastle peace memorial August 6, Newcastle Herald
  • Backlash against Census continues August 8, Computerworld Australia
  • Census data 'imperiled' by growing boycott August 8, Australian Financial Review
  • Census 2016: Seven politicians will withhold names August 8, iTwire
  • Federal election 2016: Tony Abbott slams Libs' failure (Lee's vote higher than Lib candidate) August 8, Australian
  • NSW Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon coming to Weston on Wednesday, August 10 August 9 Cessnock Advertiser
  • NSW Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon launches campaign for inquiry into Commonwealth Financial Assistance Grants August 10, Cessnock Advertiser
  • Williamtown report response 'unhelpful' August 10, Newcastle Herald
  • Victory for farmers as Caroona coal mine cancelled August 11, Green Left Weekly
  • Senate terms: Derryn Hinch and Greens' Lee Rhiannon given three years August 11, The Guardian
  • Hiroshima Never Again' rally in Sydney August 12, Green Left Weekly
  • Major parties to allocate long and short Senate terms August 12, The Conversation
  • Coalition and Labor team up to clear out crossbench senators in 2019 August 12, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Clean areas need boost August 15, Country Leader Tamworth
  • Greens to campaign for national greyhound racing ban August 17, Sydney City News
  • Fishing ban remains August 18, Myall Coast News
  • Census 2016: Greens seek govt assurance on penalties August 18, iTWire
  • How Labor and the Coalition feathered their own Senate nests August 19, Sydney Morning Herald
  • Steel bill heading to a vote August 19, Illawarra Mercury
  • After 50 Years time to close Pine Gap August 19, Green Left Weekly
  • Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon backs no airport campaign August 21, Blue Mountains Gazette
  • Students occupy office of SCA Dean to protest job cuts August 22, Honi Soit
  • Australia's Arts Community Is Getting Behind Students Who Are Occupying A Building At Sydney Uni August 23, Junkee
  • Animal collective: how an exposé of the meat trade became as fair as farmers as the food August 23, Guardian
  • National greyhound racing ban campaign launched by the Greens August 24, ABC News Radio
  • Greens release planning policy for council elections at Sutherland August 24, St George and Sutherland Shire Leader
  • Mike Parr joins Sydney University Protest August 24, Pacific Press Agency
  • Upgrade fears rejected August 24, Newcastle Herald
  • NSW overreacts to cruelty (anti-Lee editorial) August 24, Australian
  • Nine minutes' walk and a world away (refutes Australian editorial) August 25, Crikey
  • Battle For Bulga: Rio Tinto Prepares To Crush Another Tiny Town, This Time In Australia (Report from Lee) August 25, New Matilda
  • Greyhound racing ban today, live exports tomorrow August 25, Farm Weekly
  • Exclusive: Toxic chemical conflict on Defence sites August 26, Saturday Paper
  • Greens to campaign for national Greyhound racing ban August 26, Sydney City News
  • Live exports may be the next target August 27, Southern Weekly
  • ICAC to report on campaign donations after two-year delay August 29, Australian Financial Review
  • PM running bank protection racket: Labor August 30, The New Daily
  • Dastyari under fire after Chinese donor covers travel bill August 30, The New Daily
  • Sam Dastyari got Chinese firm to pay travel bill August 30, Australian
  • Senator Sam Dastyari under fire after Chinese donor foots travel allowance bill overspend August 30, ABC News
  • Rhiannon opposes toxic export August 30, Southern Courier, Sydney
  • Labor frontbencher Sam Dastyari is under fire over China August 30 NEWS.com.au
  • Sam Dastyari, NSW Labor Senator, is facing calls to explain why a company with Chinese Government links repaid a debt on his behalf August 31, ABC Radio - AM
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