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2014/09/17 14:47
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LABOR leader Bill Shorten still looks healthy from the outside. Isn’t his party ahead in the polls? But look closer and the rot is starting to peek through. In fact, Shorten seems the leader who...
2014/09/17 14:47
2014/09/17 14:47
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2014/09/17 03:12
2014/09/17 03:12
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Entitlements for former prime ministers should not be decided at the "whim of individual PMs", according to independent Senator Nick Xenophon, who has called for greater transparency around...
2014/09/14 04:16
2014/09/14 04:16
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YOU’D have to have been hiding under a rock or sat on by Clive Palmer not to know that Scotland is voting next Thursday on the “Braveheart Referendum”. No, it’s not a national vote on whether Mel...
2014/09/13 05:26
2014/09/13 05:26
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Fact check: Who has a say in sending Australian troops to war? "The Australian people, through the entire Australian Parliament, deserve a say in whether we go to war but Tony Abbott, Clive Palmer...
2014/09/13 02:46
2014/09/13 02:46
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Phillip Scott in The Wharf Revue 2014 Photo: Grant Sparkes-Carroll The 15th Wharf Revue is, as its subtitle proclaims, Open For Business Co-writer/performer Phillips Scott says drolly, "I don't know...
2014/09/12 21:16
2014/09/12 21:16
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Greg Ansley, the Herald's longtime staff correspondent in Australia, died yesterday in Canberra. Ansley, 65, chronicled Australian politics and business and its biggest news stories in the pages of...
2014/09/12 15:16
2014/09/12 15:16
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WITHIN weeks of becoming prime minister in 1983, Bob Hawke made up his mind about ASIO. In ­expletive-laden language, after being fed erroneous information by the domestic spy agency, he bluntly...
2014/09/11 05:26
2014/09/11 05:26
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Indigenous campaign builds against constitutional recognition By Rachael Hocking and Simon Leo Brown The Indigenous community is split over a campaign to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
2014/09/09 17:02
2014/09/09 17:02
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MANILA, Philippines - Maritime disputes are not on the agenda. But congestion in shipping ports and corruption are among the regional problems that the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum is...
2014/09/09 14:12
2014/09/09 14:12
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VIDEO: At 70, former magazine queen Nene King has found herself the reluctant subject of Paper Giants: Magazine Wars. KERRY Packer affectionately labelled her his cash cow. Nene King took the reins...
2014/09/09 06:04
2014/09/09 06:04
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From Sinatra to Flo Rida and John McEnroe we’ve played host to some great tantrums down under. Frank Sinatra It was the original celebrity tantrum in Australia from one of the world’s most famous...
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2014/09/09 01:46
2014/09/09 01:46
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... a large real depreciation of the Australian dollar will change this reality," RBA governor Glenn Stevens. Photo: Robert Shakespeare Australia's biggest companies are giving up on...
2014/09/08 16:15
2014/09/08 16:15
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Nelson Mandela has died at age 95. Picture AFP/ CLINTON FOUNDATION / BARBARA KINNEY Nelson Mandela and former US Presidential Candidate, Jesse Jackson, look on as their wives, Jacqueline Jackson and...
2014/09/08 07:26
2014/09/08 07:26
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Government 'not short of choice' for replacement nuke dump site, after Muckaty Station bid disaster in Northern Territory By Gail Liston and staff writers Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane is...
2014/09/07 21:26
2014/09/07 21:26
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Fact check: Who has a say in sending Australian troops to war? "The Australian people, through the entire Australian Parliament, deserve a say in whether we go to war but Tony Abbott, Clive Palmer...
2014/09/07 18:20
2014/09/07 18:20
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Julia Gillard will testify this week. Photo: Justin McManus Julia Eileen Gillard will invite the public to judge her on the three years and three days she spent as prime minister when she releases...
2014/09/06 22:48
2014/09/06 22:48
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High plains drifters … John Button with sons James, at right, and David, on Victoria’s Bogong High Plains in 1970. This story appeared in Good Weekend on September 15, 2012 A respected minister in...
2014/09/06 14:27
2014/09/06 14:27
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A somewhat prominent Collingwood supporter who works in the media - and isn't Eddie McGuire - was asked this question on Saturday: If Scott Pendlebury was injured for a period next year, who would...
2014/09/05 14:42
2014/09/05 14:42
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A former Sydneysider is about to take on one of the world's toughest museum jobs: saving a beloved American institution from very serious, very public crisis. Melissa Chiu, the Australian who is...
2014/09/05 12:55
2014/09/05 12:55
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The Australian of the Year will never tire of using the public platform to fight for a better society. Well, since you brought it up, Shane Warne, he didn't ask for any of this. He didn't hit the...
2014/09/17 14:47
2014/09/17 14:47
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