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The threat by Islamic State to take its campaign of violent jihad to the heart of those countries who stand opposed to its extremist agenda has sparked a range of reactions in Western capitals....
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2014/10/21 11:34
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Gough Whitlam, Labor prime minister from 1972 to 1975, has died aged 98. A giant of modern Australian politics, his passing triggered a flood of tributes on Tuesday morning. In a statement, current...
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... he was leaving on a fishing trip in June has turned up in a chilling video for the Islamic State, threatening Tony Abbott and declaring war on the West. In the video, posted to YouTube last...
2014/10/21 09:32
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Services testifying about the country's prison conditions. Moleko Zac Modise is the second state witness in the sentencing hearing, which is now in its fourth day. Pistorius faces up to 15...
2014/10/21 09:20
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International Affairs, Judge Davis said taxing the wealthy would not result in the kind of money government needed to make up for the budget deficits. If SA's high income earners, those earning...
2014/10/21 08:55
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Pressure is mounting from within the West Australian government's own ranks to keep the state's trade office in Indonesia open. Agribusiness adviser Kellie-Jane Pritchard, the regional director of...
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TASMANIA Police have ruled out the state-owned Bass Strait ferry as a major import route for the illegal drug ice. WHILE use of the methamphetamine in Tasmania has increased in recent years and is a...
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... on Monday. Bishop said she had settled the legal framework during meetings with Iraqi government leaders in Baghdad on Saturday and Sunday, about a month after the special forces members...
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A delegation from a Malaysian opposition party urged Australia’s government on Tuesday to use its influence to discourage authorities in Malaysia from fanning Islamic radicalism for political...
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... people.” Pointing to 17,000 Indonesians studying in Australia, Mr Abbott emphasised the Government’s New Colombo Plan focus on sending Australians students to study in Mr Joko’s...
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... it by Qantas in the early 60s with its 707s. As a British Crown colony air rights favoured government owned carriers, including BOAC, QANTAS and Pan American, who all flew the Sydney route...
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Territory Supreme Court, which found that they had no sovereign rights to their land. The government of Robert Menzies had in the 1960s granted Nabalco total rights to mine bauxite on the...
2014/10/21 07:12
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... it offered a much-improved deal but union wants to strike to pressure conservative government Dozens of kindergartens will close on Wednesday when preschool teachers strike after...
2014/10/21 06:17
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War featured strongly at the State Opening of Parliament today. The Opening had a touch of Hollywood with Sir Peter Jackson loaning three of his WWI one bi-planes for a fly-over marking the 100th...
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FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop has warned government MPs the Iraq mission will be dangerous, complex and long. MS Bishop, who has returned from Baghdad where she secured a legal agreement with the...
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... reforms will reduce the accountability of schools funding. The changes passed by the Abbott government in the lower House are yet to be debated in the Senate, but were not opposed by Labor in...
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... to last for a century, former army chief Peter Leahy says Demonstrators chant pro-Islamic State group slogans as they take to the streets in Iraq. Picture: AP PhotoSource: AP THE former...
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Energy Minister yesterday that a contract for the provision of PV panels, awarded by the former government, is under police investigation. In-Nazzjon leads with Simon Busuttil’s remarks in...
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... wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor at the ceremony. Eighteen foreign dignitaries and nine heads of government attended the ceremony, which lasted about two hours. Najib was accorded the honour of...
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... and some of our politicians make a mockery of it. This is normal for politicians. In qld the state was to broke to afford a pay rise for anybody and people only begrudgingly got 2.2% (the first...
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