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1. Arryn had tweeted about Pies .
Meat pies and Magpies! pic.twitter.com/LRwEwuULSy— Arryn (@ArrynZech) April 25, 2018
2. Tom Chadwick had tweeted about The Last Post .
To the group of Richmond supporters swearing, abusing other fans and laughing during the last post— Tom Chadwick (@TomChadwick_7) April 24, 2018
Piss off out of the stadium
3. Danny Frawley had tweeted about Daniher .
Brendan Goddard having a go at the Fwds at 3/4 time .. if I was Daniher I would say any danger you guys can kick it fwd #shortfuse— Danny Frawley (@SpudSays) April 25, 2018
4. David Campbell had tweeted about Paul Gray .
I am heartbroken to share the news that Paul Gray passed away last night. He was one of the loveliest blokes in the industry. He was a great friend and musician. I will miss him terribly. He loved his family. He worked every gig he could for them.— David Campbell (@DavidCampbell73) April 24, 2018
“Love ya pal” pic.twitter.com/ymlv9e5sKJ
5. Prof M Davis [-0-] had tweeted about Frontier Wars .
6. Tony Burke had tweeted about ndis .
So far: GST reform essential for states then ditched, income tax powers to states essential for federation then ditched, Medicare increase essential for NDIS then ditched,— Tony Burke (@Tony_Burke) April 25, 2018
The only policies this Govt sticks to have been tax cuts for millionaires and big business. #auspol https://t.co/5bzC14d3W0
7. AnnastaciaPalaszczuk had tweeted about #ANZAC2018 .
8. BirdZ had tweeted about Frontier Wars .
#lestweforget the frontier wars. Lest we forget Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander soldiers who died for Aust & were never given a burial honouring their service. Lest we forget Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander soldiers who made it home & faced continued oppression ⚫️🔥🔴 pic.twitter.com/jJNMo214Lo— BIRDZ (@MisterBirdZ) April 24, 2018
9. Quentin Dempster had tweeted about Western Front .
The role of our war correspondents Charles Bean and Keith Murdoch in trying to undermine the command of John Monash on the Western Front exposed by @PeterGreste in Monash and Me ABC TV doco. https://t.co/3CY5OmfKLx— Quentin Dempster (@QuentinDempster) April 24, 2018
10. Mark McGowan had tweeted about Tony Cooke .
Tony Cooke was the leader the union movement needed as the 21st century began.— Mark McGowan (@MarkMcGowanMP) April 25, 2018
In the face of massive change, he brought unions together to work for a fairer future for all Western Australians.
He has left a mark on this State, and we are all the better for his efforts. Vale.