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20 January 2017

Support our petition to protect the Marriage Act and the natural family: https://www.gopetition.com/petitions/petition-to-protect-the-marriage-act-and-the-natural-family.html 

Or download and print the petition as hard copy from the pdf file Petition_Marriage_Act.pdf​ and add the voices of those who do not have internet access. For example, think of elderly Australians living in retirement homes. 

27 August 2016

On 25 September 2016 ALA president Debbie Robinson sent a letter to members and supporters advising the party operation would be limited for the next 12-18 months. Click here to continue reading.

13 July 2016

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Dear Friends,

I am writing to thank supporters and volunteers for their momentous support and determination over the past weeks. It has been an amazing effort. The count so far makes it clear that, after only eight months, our message and party recognition was not strong enough to win seats at this election.

Supporters please take heart and feel proud of what has been achieved. We launched on 20th October 2015 from scratch. We built a foundation of members and supporters throughout the country with little to no mainstream advertising and a limited budget.

In less than 9 months we have come from nowhere to beat parties that have sitting Senators and existed much longer than ALA. In the national Senate count as of yesterday morning, there are 11 parties above and 41 below us.

 
24 December 2015

3 December 2015

Following the Economics Reference Committee tabled report from the Third Party Certification of food inquiry, ALA's Senate Candidate for NSW and Director of HalalChoices, Mrs Kirralie Smith asks “W

8 October 2015

The national president of the Australian Liberty Alliance Party, Mrs Debbie Robinson, has confirmed in an email sent to party members this evening (Melbourne time) that after a long wait Mr Wilders

6 October 2015

 Following the rejection of controversial visitors from the US, Debbie Robinson, the national president of the Australian Liberty Alliance Party, warned that amber lights were flashing for democracy.