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There’s an impending ‘disaster’ for around 15,000 small businesses in Australia as a result of the Abbott government persisting with a Labor/Green ‘environmental’ agenda. It’s to do with new...
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China’s ABC bullying part of a long game Only two weeks ago the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China in Beijing issued its strongest ever report condemning deteriorating conditions in China for...
2014/10/01 15:55
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As one military figure put it recently, "blind Freddy" could see that the Abbott government was ready and willing to contribute to military action against the Islamic State. As one military figure...
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In a highly unusual move, the Abbott government supported a Greens Senate motion saying freedom in the sensitive province is 'tightly restricted' by the Indonesia government and expressing concern at...
2014/10/01 15:12
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Among the many parliamentary and Senate committees that probe the workings of federal government is the joint parliamentary committee on human rights. One of its tasks is to examine how legislative...
2014/10/01 13:05
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AUSTRALIAN men are leading the way to wage war against terrorist group ISIS. The Coalition might have marked their first anniversary in government with a dip in the polls, but they’re on the right...
2014/10/01 12:22
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Australia's new federal police chief says low-tech terrorism, which can be incited from around the world, makes the Islamic State era a new kind of threat that will take years to stamp...
2014/10/01 12:04
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THE bipartisan consensus on Australia’s Future Submarine has collapsed with the Abbott government clearly planning to break its pre-election promise to build replacement submarines for the Royal...
2014/10/01 11:07
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Treasurer Joe Hockey has rejected a report the Abbott government will raise the white flag on $30 billion of budget savings being blocked in the Senate. The Australian Financial Review on Wednesday...
2014/10/01 04:44
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Treasurer Joe Hockey has confirmed the government is searching for additional savings ahead of the mid-year economic update, but dismissed reports the government has given up $30 billion in savings...
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott's most senior advisor, Peta Credlin, has told Liberal National MP George Christensen she is sympathetic to a burqa ban in Parliament House on security grounds, but warned...
2014/10/01 03:16
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AN aid organisation on the frontline of efforts to counter the rampant spread of Ebola in West Africa has described Australia's response to the outbreak to date as utterly inadequate. PAUL McPhun,...
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IT would appear there's more to Tony Abbott's desire to be the "infrastructure prime minister" than just another three-word slogan. ACCORDING to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the time is...
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Experts say negative gearing is having a greater impact on Australia's rapidly rising house prices than Chinese investment. What's causing rising house prices? Experts say negative gearing is having...
2014/09/30 23:55
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Flying Machine founder and principal Matthew Andrew. Source: Supplied On the surface, the prospects for the “Made in Australia” tag look bleak. We are counting down to our last Ford Falcons and...
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Good morning political playmates, It being Wednesday - hump day - the parliament opens at 9am with many items on the political plate. We awoke to a splash in the Fin from Laura Tingle and Phil Coorey...
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A Senate inquiry into Queensland’s Newman government could face a legal challenge, a constitutional law expert has said. Professor Anne Twomey raised doubts about the legality of the inquiry proposed...
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ONE in three elderly Australians are living in poverty, despite being among the most highly educated senior citizens in the world. While Australia climbed one spot to 13th in the 2014 Global AgeWatch...
2014/09/30 23:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: For months, the Abbott government's domestic agenda has been buried beneath a steady stream of national security stories. So you could be forgiven for forgetting that billions of...
2014/09/30 22:44
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening around the Bathurst region today. Donna Fisk has been admiring these wonderful red tulips in her mum's garden this spring. If you have a patch of tulips in...
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