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... a terrorist attack is likely to occur”, the attorney general, George Brandis, said in a statement on Saturday. Brandis said the government was seriously concerned that about 60...
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2014/08/30 03:48
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Solar production in our capital cities surpasses Germany's by 42 per cent. Photo: Justin McManus Australians are supposed to be among the fastest consumers to take up new gadgetry but when it comes...
2014/08/30 03:24
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... they were told. The prime suspect, Leonard John Warwick, who was publicly named by a state coroner in two enquiries, is still alive. "If you look into those ice-cube eyes, you join a...
2014/08/29 23:34
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The arguments, mainly promoted by organised labour and political figures in Australia, that government intervention is necessary in Qantas, took hits this week from two sources. The first...
2014/08/29 23:24
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... an unknown Victorian sawmill worker. Today, the 33-year-old father of five is a fully-fledged Australian senator. He appears uncomfortable in a formal suit, as he lumbers through his first two...
2014/08/29 23:12
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... of step with international norms. Since 2012, the European Union has completely banned the Australian method of cage production. New Zealand plans to phase it out by 2022. India, which is the...
2014/08/29 23:06
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... it won’t be quick,” Mr Obama said told the American Legion yesterday He said that the United States was building a coalition to “take the fight to these barbaric terrorists”, and that the...
2014/08/29 23:05
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THE area now under the control of the Islamic State is so vast it has already begun to mark out and control its proposed caliphate. It runs from the southern border of Turkey to the north-eastern...
2014/08/29 22:24
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... foreign corporations wishing to sue over unfavourable domestic laws, experts warn, after the government rejected a bill to ban controversial trade agreements. Business groups have backed the...
2014/08/29 22:10
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... else in the world could their growing children thrive in such comfortable security. An Australian with the urge to sample Asia never ceased to lament Singapore wasn�t Asian. �Everything...
2014/08/29 20:39
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... harvester of men, had claimed them too. The current situation for members of the fourth estate is very different. It took the kidnapping of the Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl and...
2014/08/29 19:11
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... be marked as close as possible as where the actual crash site was," said Mr Smith, the 1986 Australian of the Year and avid aviator. "I will certainly support that. They should definitely put...
2014/08/29 19:05
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Hany Amer says there was not enough time to look over the proposals, which aims to stop young Australians being radicalised and taking part in wars in the Middle East. As they stand, the laws...
2014/08/29 18:34
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... be called before MPs for questioning about the scandal, with the Communities and Local Government committee determined to find out why more heads have not rolled in response to the...
2014/08/29 17:12
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John Howard, the last leader to send Australian troops to war – in Iraq and Afghanistan – says he has the greatest confidence Prime Minister Tony Abbott will make the right decision on whether to join...
2014/08/29 16:19
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... 2016.” Later, his wife, Candy, tells a supporter that they are holding on to their son’s Australian passport just in case the election doesn’t go their way. “Bullies do whatever they can...
2014/08/29 16:12
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RESIDENTS and students fear the state government’s TAFE cuts will inflict a lasting blow on Ballarat’s social fabric leaving young people with fewer options. RESIDENTS and students fear the state...
2014/08/29 16:12
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Victorian students at government schools in the country are almost seven months behind city students in reading as early as year three, according to disturbing new research. However the research by...
2014/08/29 15:04
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... for oil and gas explorers pumping money into the Cooper Basin in the far north-east of the state with technology, demand and high prices delivering record returns. Five of the major...
2014/08/29 14:55
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... intervening around the world to solve humanitarian crises beyond the Iraq emergency. As the government indicated that evidence of massacres in northern Iraq by Islamic State militants was...
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