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The Canberra Times

"North Sydney independent candidate Kylea Tink, who is contesting the May 21 federal election in North Sydney, also wants a rethink of the transport industry.

"We are driving some of the least efficient vehicles in the world with some of the dirtiest fuel in the world," she said.

Mrs Tink explained that drivers would have saved $500 a year filling up their cars if the federal government had implemented vehicle emissions standards recommended by the Productivity Commission in 2016."

By Farid Farid

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Women's agenda

May 25, 2022

What’s under the teal cloud? An impressive CV.

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The Guardian

May 22, 2022

"Teal independents punish Liberal moderates for inaction on climate crisis and integrity commission

Climate 200 convenor says ‘people who called themselves moderates didn’t deliver’ while Labor argues election shows ‘teals are eating the Liberal party alive"

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May 22, 2022

"Climate, integrity, equality, says Tink — and North Sydney first

The new MP for North Sydney prizes optimism and hope over fear, and says politics should be about people, not parties."

By Bernard Keane

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The Conversation

May 21, 2022

The big teal steal: independent candidates rock the Liberal vote

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May 21, 2022

Who are the independents likely headed to parliament after election night's 'teal bath'?

By political reporter Jake Evans


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Al Jazeera

May 20, 2022

As trust in the major parties declines, independents hope to win over voters in Saturday’s election.

By Zoe Osborne

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