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Paul Syvret

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No Republic! Australians for Constitutional Monarchy - Return The Governor

www.norepublic.com.au [cached]

It was by Paul Syvret, who describes himself on the newspaper web site as the paper's "News editor and columnist.
He says his job includes taking some "sacred cow" and attacking it "with a blunt axe. Mr. Syvret is entitled to enjoy himself, but as a senior journalist, he has a professional obligation to check that his assertions are justified, and surely, in a journal of record, he should resist pouring gratuitous insults on the objects of his scorn. Mr. Syvret's argument is that to save money, Queensland should follow former NSW Premier Bob Carr's example and "turf" the Governor out of Government House, opening it up for public and state functions -as if they are not already held there. Under the Syvret plan, the Governor would be part time and work from a downtown office. The eviction of the NSW Governors from Government House has actually cost the NSW taxpayer millions of dollars. It is more expensive to have the Governor live in her own home. The fact that it costs more money is on the public record - so much so that the NSW government no longer tries to justify the eviction on the ground of saving money. Why didn't Mr. Syvret concede this? We must assume he did not hide this, so it seems he did not check this. Nor does he seem to understand that evicting the Governor means he or she has to have a home in Brisbane - which excludes the appointment of many eminent Queenslanders. What an insult to regional and rural Queensland.


Tax is what other people pay, right? | Michael Pascoe

michaelpascoe.com.au [cached]

As the Courier-Mail's Paul Syvret put it, Bill Shorten has two choices on tax reform.


The Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism - Judges

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Paul Syvret, journalist, The Courier-Mail


War on Terror, the board game : Reviews and press

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Paul Syvret,The Courier Mail - Sep 25th 2006


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Paul Syvret, assistant editor, The Courier-Mail


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