Science and Cyclists to form a coalition
Posted by James Jansson · June 02, 2016 8:45 AM
Today the Science Party and the Australian Cyclists Party announce they are forming a coalition to contest the upcoming Federal election. Both parties have come together to press for changes in priorities across issues that other parties are ignoring or failing to address adequately. By working as a coalition both parties seek to increase their appeal to more voters and to extend their base of support at the upcoming election.
AUD could go to US50c because of a lack of vision
Posted by James Jansson · May 26, 2016 2:43 PM
We’re heading for an economic disaster because of the poor planning of current and previous governments. According to ANZ Banking, the AUD could go to US 50 cents. With official interest rates at 1.75%, there is little value in holding Australian currency. If we maintain interest rates at this level or cut them further, the dollar will go down further.
The Science Party Growth Challenge!
Posted by Peter Xing · May 24, 2016 7:05 PM
2. Go to the Science Party Facebook page, click "Like".
3. Invite all of your friends to like the Science Party page.
4. ‘Like’ all our candidate pages below with your personal Facebook account.
5. Follow us on Twitter! @SciencePartyAus and retweet our pinned tweet!
6. Follow us on our LinkedIn page
And update your LinkedIn profile to include the role "Member - Science Party Australia"!
7. Leave a comment on Facebook/Twitter encouraging your friends to do the same.
Thank you so much for your support!
Archaic And Dangerous Abortion Laws - Repeal Watch
Posted by Andrea Leong · May 22, 2016 11:33 PM
Many Australians are unaware of the restrictive nature of abortion laws in most states and territories. Abortion must be made legal, safe and accessible to protect the health of Australian women. Doctors must not be criminalised for providing a health service.
Nominations update, Sydney and Melbourne meeting
Posted by James Jansson · April 25, 2016 3:11 PM
Submission regarding Establishment of a National Integrity Commission
Posted by Andrea Leong · April 20, 2016 8:29 PM
Download this submission:
Submission regarding Establishment of a National Integrity Commission (PDF, 49.2 KB, 20 April 2016)
Brendan Clarke, Science Party member and candidate for Berowra in the 2016 Federal Election, made this submission on behalf of the Science Party to the Senate Select Committee on the Establishment of a National Integrity Commission. The submission points out the successes of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and expresses support for a similar national body to oversee federal matters.
Announcing the Science Party Candidates for the 2016 election
Posted by James Jansson · April 18, 2016 11:32 PM
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The Science Party has announced a smorgasbord of technologically and scientifically driven candidates for the 2016 election who threaten the Liberal Party’s plan to frame themselves as the innovation party. The team announced include scientists, technologists, startup founders, educators, businesspeople and consultants to the government.
Turnbull's rain adventure: $11m spent on pseudoscience
Posted by James Jansson · April 17, 2016 10:13 AM
In 2007, Malcolm Turnbull, as Minister for the Environment and Water, decided he would try to end the drought. A noble cause, but he used $11 million of taxpayer money to trial a technology without scientific merit. What makes it even more frustrating is that trial wasn't conducted scientifically, so the experiment was a complete waste. Ian Woolf has provided us with a transcript of his show on Diffusion Science Radio.
Science Party to invest government money in new Meme department
Posted by James Jansson · April 01, 2016 12:05 PM
The Science Party has announced today the creation of a new government position Chief Memeologist and the associated department The Bureau of Memeology in it's "Dank Meme Innovation Statement".
Our proposed 13th principle.
Sydney meeting and nominations open for the Science Party
Posted by James Jansson · March 30, 2016 10:56 PM
With the election coming up soon (as early as the 2nd of July 2016), we need to settle on who will be representing the Science Party at the federal election. We will be running for both the Senate and the House of Representatives.
The Science Party has a strong platform and we believe that we will be competitive in the upcoming federal election. Our principles are a very clear indication of what we stand for, and we will run on core ideals innovation, education and economic reform.
If you're interested in running as a candidate for the Science Party, please read the information below and email [email protected] by 5PM Tuesday 5th April 2016 indicating that you would like to run so that we can involve you in the selection process.
We're also holding a meeting in Sydney and online at 6:30PM on Wednesday 6th of April 2016 to help plan for the election.