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2015/05/22 14:34
2015/05/22 14:34
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FOR thousands of young German sailors the inlet or fjord between Kiel and the Baltic Sea in northern Germany was their last glimpse of home. Between 1939 and 1945 about 30,000 men went to a watery...
2015/05/22 14:34
2015/05/22 14:34
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2015/05/22 11:20
2015/05/22 11:20
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No new taxes to see here, just plenty of ‘loophole closing’ The government is putting a lot of faith in its ability to portray Labor as the party of higher taxes. It had better work, because it’s...
2015/05/22 02:29
2015/05/22 02:29
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NOT yet, but soon. THAT'S the message from Prime Minister Tony Abbott on funding for northwest Tasmania's Mersey Community Hospital, for which money dries up in just weeks. "We're talking to the...
2015/05/21 23:55
2015/05/21 23:55
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Labor and the Coalition government have now agreed to cut the federal renewable energy target from 41,000 gigawatt-hours in 2020, to 33,000GWh – a reduction of almost 20%. This agreement has been...
2015/05/20 08:29
2015/05/20 08:29
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AN industrial relations battle threatening to revive the dormant war over Work Choices has been started by a decision to allow foreign freighters to pay low wages to crews in Australian...
2015/05/18 17:29
2015/05/18 17:29
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... f------ do". You don't usually hear language like that in an interview with former prime minister John Howard, but the US Comedy Channel's Daily Show does not play by the rules. Colourful...
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2015/05/17 14:46
2015/05/17 14:46
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Mel Davies, of Chisholm, commutes 20 to 25 minutes to Civic every day. Photo: Jeffrey Chan The ACT's shifting urban and economic geography is leaving Canberrans with longer commutes to work and...
2015/05/16 12:05
2015/05/16 12:05
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PARENTS and grandparents like to leave a lump of cash for the next generation when they can. How would the kids react if that lump was not money, but a big steaming pile of debt? That’s what we as a...
2015/05/16 03:05
2015/05/16 03:05
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THREE of the world’s biggest defence companies are gearing up for a competition to supply Australia with a new fleet of submarines for between $20 billion and $30 billion. With the current Collins...
2015/05/15 17:19
2015/05/15 17:19
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In all of the hundreds of thousands of words spoken this week in Canberra about the Abbott government's second budget, only a few really matter. In all of the hundreds of thousands of words spoken...
2015/05/15 03:05
2015/05/15 03:05
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Johnny Depp's two Yorkshire terriers will be flown back to the US, but the dogs could end up stateless if the US refuses to allow them in. The US actor and star of Pirates of the Caribbean brought...
2015/05/15 01:26
2015/05/15 01:26
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Nats pushing for farmer tax breaks to kick in faster but not changes on drought help The Nationals, led by Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce, are pushing Joe Hockey to move the tax break for farmers...
2015/05/15 00:55
2015/05/15 00:55
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Labor has called on the federal government to follow the example of the Howard years and oppose the inclusion of a controversial dispute-settlement provision in trade talks with the US. Shadow trade...
2015/05/14 10:29
2015/05/14 10:29
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BILL Shorten tonight launched Labor’s plan to harness technological innovation through specialist training to create the jobs of the coming two decades. The Opposition Leader’s formal Budget Reply...
2015/05/14 05:55
2015/05/14 05:55
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Four Liberal MPs who publicly backed the February spill motion to replace Tony Abbott have hailed the Coalition's second budget, while dismissing the prospect of another challenge to the Prime...
2015/05/13 14:46
2015/05/13 14:46
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THE media’s favourite story on Monday was that hopeless Joe Hockey could be dumped as Treasurer. The word was Hockey had so stuffed up last year’s Budget that he’d cock up this one, too, and could...
2015/05/13 14:44
2015/05/13 14:44
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STATE Emergency Services volunteers are angry and have called for ex gratia payments given to volunteer firefighters to be extended to them for helping at the devastating fires over Christmas and New...
2015/05/13 05:34
2015/05/13 05:34
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Barnaby Joyce crowned “King of the North” after finally “coming good” for regional Australians 13 May, 2015. 15:30 NATIONALS DEPUTY and agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce is set to be crowned “King...
2015/05/13 03:26
2015/05/13 03:26
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... had laughingly called it a budget aimed at "Tony's tradies" – echoing the term "Howard's battlers" that described the so-called aspirational voters who backed former prime...
2015/05/13 01:26
2015/05/13 01:26
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... had laughingly called it a budget aimed at "Tony's tradies" - echoing the term "Howard's battlers" that described the so-called aspirational voters who backed former prime...
2015/05/22 14:34
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