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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
2014/09/30 14:46
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2014/09/28 03:12
2014/09/28 03:12
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NOT since the waterfront dispute of 1998 has a company turned to such shock tactics in a bid to force change upon its workforce. NOT since the waterfront dispute of 1998 has a company turned to such...
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 09:15
2014/09/27 09:15
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COMMENT: Three of the fundamental sources of Australia's supposed "luck" are running out. Comment Three of the fundamental sources of Australia's supposed "luck" are running out. On the economic...
2014/09/25 23:46
2014/09/25 23:46
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PEOPLE smugglers will no longer be able to advertise Australia as a permanent welfare provider to illegal boat people after the federal government brokered a deal to bring back Temporary Protection...
2014/09/25 23:26
2014/09/25 23:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: I spoke to the Immigration Minister before he left for Cambodia. Scott Morrison, what's the nature of this deal with Cambodia? SCOTT MORRISON: This is about a regional solution. This...
2014/09/25 23:05
2014/09/25 23:05
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OK, so the wages bill for public servants has gone down $700M (that's about 10,000 full time equivalent staff at the APS4 level, which is the average classification in the APS). I'd be interested to...
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2014/09/25 22:34
2014/09/25 22:34
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I’ve been in plenty of courtrooms in my time but few — if any — where there was such a stunned post-judgement silence as between the stark walls of court one in the Federal Court in Melbourne last...
2014/09/25 21:19
2014/09/25 21:19
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More than $3 million has been spent on spruiking the East West Link and the proposed train to the airport in television and newspaper advertisements since the start of the year, industry data...
2014/09/25 14:46
2014/09/25 14:46
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LIBERAL frontbencher Bob Baldwin flew with ICAC target Buildev executives from Maitland to Rockhampton to meet a Queensland mayor at the time the development company was lobbying the local council for...
2014/09/25 01:05
2014/09/25 01:05
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The federal government is reintroducing temporary protection visas to clear a backlog of 30,000 asylum seeker cases. Immigration Minister Scott Morrison introduced legislation to parliament on...
2014/09/24 20:55
2014/09/24 20:55
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Labor’s 2016 election campaign started a little earlier than expected yesterday, with shadow infrastructure minister Anthony Albanese revealing how he plans to tempt swinging voters away from the...
2014/09/24 04:57
2014/09/24 04:57
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COFFS Coast residents and solar businesses will rally against the Federal Government's plan to axe the Renewable Energy Target on Friday. Coinciding with similar rallies in cities nationwide, the...
2014/09/23 10:48
2014/09/23 10:48
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Opposition Leader Tony Abbott ... accused of being out of touch with ordinary Australians. Photo: Jacky Ghossein Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has been accused of being out of touch with ordinary...
2014/09/23 05:29
2014/09/23 05:29
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COALITION MPs are lobbying the federal government for an economic rescue package for central and north Queensland. FIVE Liberal and National MPs have raised concerns about job losses in the region...
2014/09/23 00:42
2014/09/23 00:42
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A sweeping suppression order will prevent reporting of controversial preventative detention orders used in last week’s counter-terrorism operations indefinitely. A non-publication order preventing...
2014/09/22 21:12
2014/09/22 21:12
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The former independent monitor of Australia's national security laws has said the extraordinary powers used to detain people without charge following counter-terrorism raids in Sydney are "worse than...
2014/09/22 06:55
2014/09/22 06:55
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A decade ago, as Australian troops were being deployed in Iraq, a number of critics of the Howard government started to use the terms ‘pre-fascist’ or even ‘fascist’ to describe some of the security...
2014/09/22 01:05
2014/09/22 01:05
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National security will dominate the return of parliament as Prime Minister Tony Abbott delivers a speech outlining how Australia is responding to terrorism at home and abroad. Armed federal police...
2014/09/21 23:05
2014/09/21 23:05
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New anti-terrorism laws will ensure there are no loopholes for people who support terrorist activities, the federal attorney-general says. Senator George Brandis says the laws, which he will...
2014/09/30 14:46
2014/09/30 14:46
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