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2014/12/19 20:23
2014/12/19 20:23
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THERE is a reason the Woodford Folk Festival is one of Australia's longest running music festivals. To start with, there is the fun, friendly and eccentric atmosphere. Then there is the fact that...
2014/12/19 20:23
2014/12/19 20:23
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2014/12/14 19:24
2014/12/14 19:24
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Time to close the book as Hitchin’s Jerome Phillips retires at the end of the year. Time to close the book: Jerome Phillips is retiring at the end of the year. One of Hitchin’s longest running...
2014/12/12 11:53
2014/12/12 11:53
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On This Day - Monday 8 Prefabs were built in the post-war years because of a housing shortage. Here’s a picture from 1947 showing those that sprung up in Slade Road, Erdington. 1733: A Dorset man...
2014/12/12 05:25
2014/12/12 05:25
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A historic sporting artefact adds a touch of character to the purpose-built capital It's my single favourite thing about Canberra, the Jack Fingleton scoreboard. An understated, beautiful relic of...
2014/12/11 21:10
2014/12/11 21:10
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Senate Estimates will never be the same. A sad loss to the ALP. Hopefully Doug “Dougie” Cameron can step up and fill the good senator’s shoes as a frank and fearless perfomer in Estimates with his...
2014/12/11 19:50
2014/12/11 19:50
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Clean case: Cleaners who clean Parliament House, (front) Luzia Borges, (behind from left) Surin Harrison, Sengphet Luangraj, Joy Thaweechokamnuai, and Tatiana Stojkoska. Photo: Jamila Toderas Luzia...
2014/12/11 01:11
2014/12/11 01:11
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LONG-TIME Labor icon Senator John Faulkner has confirmed his retirement from the upper house today. After 25 years, and ministerial service in every federal Labor government since Bob Hawke was Prime...
2014/12/11 00:36
2014/12/11 00:36
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LONG-TIME Labor stalwart Senator John Faulkner will confirm his retirement from the upper house today. After 25 years, and ministerial service in every federal Labor government since Bob Hawke was...
2014/12/09 09:53
2014/12/09 09:53
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Some of the world's best known leaders have their say on what leadership is and how it looks to them in Part 5 of our series on leadership... Nelson Mandela was arguably one of the world's most loved...
2014/12/08 23:17
2014/12/08 23:17
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London holds memorial service for trailblazing ex prime minister Gough Whitlam One of the most iconic photos of former PM Gough Whitlam taken with singer Little Pattie during the ALP 'It's Time'...
2014/12/08 12:46
2014/12/08 12:46
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THE mysterious political dogfight which is Strikeforce Emblems threatens to tear the senior ranks of the police force apart in a way that has not been seen in this town for a decade. Word is that at...
2014/12/07 13:55
2014/12/07 13:55
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Except for the one time he voted for Bob Hawke, former public servant Max Chamberlain is a lifelong Liberal voter. Except for the one time he voted for Bob Hawke, former public servant Max...
2014/12/04 11:48
2014/12/04 11:48
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Bright future: Michael Le Serve with his wife Mary Joy and baby Hope. Photo: Nick Moir When Michael Le Serve was at his worst last year – drunk and homeless, "financially and spiritually bankrupt"...
2014/12/04 09:22
2014/12/04 09:22
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FOR ALMOST half a century, Dubbo resident Shirley O'Shea has been an faithful and active member of the Australian Labor Party (ALP). FOR ALMOST half a century, Dubbo resident Shirley O'Shea has been...
2014/12/03 13:47
2014/12/03 13:47
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THE Sunday Telegraph hit the press for the first time 75 years ago. To mark this huge milestone, we have put together some of the great stories over the years. Join us to remember some of the best...
2014/12/02 21:22
2014/12/02 21:22
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Clive Palmer has revealed an intense fear of phone tapping and government surveillance on the ABC's Kitchen Cabinet television program. Clive Palmer has revealed an intense fear of phone tapping and...
2014/12/02 02:26
2014/12/02 02:26
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Clive Palmer talks loyalty, spies, politics and poetry on Kitchen Cabinet Clive Palmer's fear of espionage and betrayal is so great that he prefers to hire childhood friends as his political staff,...
2014/12/02 01:05
2014/12/02 01:05
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Ken Barrington and Robin Jackman in the players pavilion at Kensington Oval, Barbados, during the third Test of the 1981 series between England and the West Indies. Barrington died of a heart attack...
2014/12/01 05:05
2014/12/01 05:05
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What have you got against SMSFs, xyz? At least you have control over your own retirement benefits - which is more than I have with my Fed Gov Super (PSS). You still haven't responded when I asked...
2014/12/01 03:55
2014/12/01 03:55
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The Nationals have always distinguished themselves as the Australian political party that is most likely to wear a cowboy hat, and A Country Road: The Nationals does nothing to dispel this...
2014/12/19 20:23
2014/12/19 20:23
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