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2014/09/30 14:46
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JULIA Gillard has endorsed Hillary Clinton as US president. So that’s the kiss of death for the former first lady since the ex-PM admits in her memoir her judgment is woeful. She makes the wrong...
2014/09/30 14:46
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2014/09/29 11:15
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Mark Hayes raises his forearm to show off his tattoo. It lists every winning premiership year for the Rabbitohs, all 20 of them, starting with their triumph in NSW rugby league’s first grand final in...
2014/09/27 12:46
2014/09/27 12:46
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THE Waterhouse family embody with the racing industry in Australia. A new book by ABC journalist Paul Kennedy explores the rise of the Waterhouse dynasty. Read an extract from High Stakes: FROM HER...
2014/09/27 11:15
2014/09/27 11:15
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From racehorse ring-ins to Warnie's drug bust and Rolf Harris's fall from grace, there has been no shortage of controversies and outrages over the past 30 years. Shane Warne was unceremoniously sent...
2014/09/27 08:55
2014/09/27 08:55
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Could it be that, after a $10 million outlay to land the AFL’s biggest star on an unprecedented nine-year contract, Sydney has got its money’s worth within 11 months? Could it be that, after a...
2014/09/26 20:34
2014/09/26 20:34
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Geelong has been the focal point of the electorate of Corio since it was created at federation, its name being derived from the bay on which the city is situated. However, it originally extended...
2014/09/26 11:05
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DAME Quentin Bryce has used a book launch to recall the significance of being the country's first female governor-general to swear in its first female prime minister years before she showed her the...
2014/09/25 14:24
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Campbell Newman opening his 2012 state election. Photo: Harrison Saragossi It's definitely in 2015. And it has to be held before June. But other than that, the when of the Queensland election remains...
2014/09/25 02:53
2014/09/25 02:53
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Public relations agency Liquid Ideas has built out its creative and content teams as it looks to adapt its model following a host of new business wins, including the Fairfax Events food portfolio...
2014/09/23 23:17
2014/09/23 23:17
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Julia Gillard Australia's new Prime Minister after Kevin Rudd reportedly stands down JULIA Gillard will become Australia's first female Prime Minister after she won a stunning leadership contest...
2014/09/23 21:55
2014/09/23 21:55
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FORMER Prime Minister Bob Hawke pays a visit to local sights down south. Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke described his stay in Augusta Margaret River as heavenly on a recent trip with his wife...
2014/09/23 04:12
2014/09/23 04:12
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Tony Abbott is being urged to use his Prime Ministerial authority to send a "blunt message" to protect Muslim Australians who fear they are being harassed and abused because of their religion. Tony...
2014/09/22 06:42
2014/09/22 06:42
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Follow all the election day action live from the first votes to the moment the winner is announced. Follow all the election day action live from the first votes to the moment the winner is...
2014/09/22 01:44
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Senator Penny Wong's Light on the Hill address given on Saturday, September 20 in Bathurst. Senator Penny Wong giving the Light on the Hill address at Bathurst Panthers on Saturday evening. Photo:...
2014/09/20 05:15
2014/09/20 05:15
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Seven years after being voted out of office, John Howard still misses politics, but he is as active as ever. He talks to Jane Cadzow. "I left a country that was stronger and prouder than it had been...
2014/09/19 17:50
2014/09/19 17:50
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The Santiago taskforce raids a property in Altona North. Photo: Penny Stephens Some things never go out of fashion such as meatloaf (the food, not the singer) while others like yo-yos (the toy, not...
2014/09/19 09:15
2014/09/19 09:15
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The greatest danger workers at Parliament House usually face is indigestion from a dodgy bain-marie casserole. So, even after Thursday's terror raids in Sydney and Brisbane, it came as a shock to...
2014/09/17 14:47
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 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...
2014/09/30 14:46
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