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2014/11/21 13:47
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THE NRL is lobbying Premier Mike Baird to build a new 65,000-seat Allianz Stadium at Moore Park, making it Sydney’s pre-eminent sports arena instead of Sydney Olympic Park’s ANZ. The word is that NRL...
2014/11/21 13:47
2014/11/21 13:47
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2014/11/21 09:15
2014/11/21 09:15
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Coalition MP and former long-serving ABC journalist Sarah Henderson says the national broadcaster is too Sydney-centric and often inefficient, saying its focus on big markets is leaving regions...
2014/11/21 06:55
2014/11/21 06:55
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When Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb was about to walk into a meeting at Deakin University to talk about the Competitiveness Agenda last Thursday, he got a long-awaited phone call from Jan...
2014/11/20 20:56
2014/11/20 20:56
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THE ISRAELI ART STUDENTS AND MOVERS STORY The presence in the United States of a number of young Israelis, most of whom had specialized military and intelligence backgrounds, in the months prior to...
2014/11/19 21:26
2014/11/19 21:26
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Government Indigenous suicide prevention programs are a failure, NT elder David Cole says The $25 billion state and federal governments spend each year on Aboriginal programs has failed to stem high...
2014/11/19 11:34
2014/11/19 11:34
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November 22, 1996 in Port Douglas was an absolute stinker. As the mercury rocketed into the mid-30s the world’s most powerful man, US President Bill Clinton, turned a bright shade of red as he...
2014/11/19 03:57
2014/11/19 03:57
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DRIVERS across regional Australia who travel long distances each week will face escalating costs, starting at $50 extra from 2018, under the Abbott government's fuel excise increases. The extra costs...
2014/11/19 01:55
2014/11/19 01:55
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A free trade agreement is an international treaty that removes barriers to trade between two or more countries. 1.What is a free trade agreement? A free trade agreement (FTA) is an international...
2014/11/17 01:10
2014/11/17 01:10
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The competition regulator wants the National Broadband Network to be split into three parts before it's privatised. The former Labor government, which created NBN Co, had planned to sell the optical...
2014/11/16 14:19
2014/11/16 14:19
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The US and China have big plans for carbon capture and storage, and so do the big resources companies Supporting action on climate change while continuing to export coal is not the easiest policy...
2014/11/14 05:57
2014/11/14 05:57
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PLANS to fast-track decisions on almost 30,000 asylum seekers who have been held in Australia's detention centres for more than two years could breach the nation's human obligations. That was the...
2014/11/13 13:50
2014/11/13 13:50
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Victorian Premier Denis Napthine. Photo: Angela Wylie It's pretty clear a political party is in strife when it starts blaming the media to explain its troubles and resorting to complex psephology for...
2014/11/12 23:55
2014/11/12 23:55
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Industry minister Ian Macfarlane says he is only trying to bring the scheme back into line with its “original bipartisan intent” of 20% renewable energy by 2020. Yet this wasn’t the original intent....
2014/11/12 02:55
2014/11/12 02:55
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Labor's decision to end talks for a compromise leaves the government no options but to try to secure another Palmer United Party back-flip. The only certainty the clean energy industry has now is...
2014/11/12 00:12
2014/11/12 00:12
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So, after 10 years of negotiations, just what does Australia stand to gain from inking a free trade agreement with its biggest trading partner? So, after 10 years of negotiations, just what does...
2014/11/11 21:23
2014/11/11 21:23
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JOHN Key won the recent New Zealand election in a landslide. Unlike our dissembling pollies here, without cowardice he came, he saw and he conquered what was a basket-case economy in his first two...
2014/11/11 21:23
2014/11/11 21:23
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FORGET the too-smart-by-half efforts of Finance Minister Mathias Cormann in increasing the fuel excise every six months by the CPI. The big win for the feds in raising tax revenue is going to be...
2014/11/11 09:26
2014/11/11 09:26
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Norfolk Island residents vow to fight push to abolish its parliament, return to 'colonial style' rule The Federal Government is likely to scrap Norfolk Island's parliament early next year but...
2014/11/11 09:12
2014/11/11 09:12
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A Senate report may have opened the door to a free vote on voluntary euthanasia. Parliamentarians from both sides of politics declared their support for voluntary euthanasia on Tuesday, following a...
2014/11/11 07:20
2014/11/11 07:20
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Speaking out: Catherine Ringwood, who is dying of cancer. Photo: Angela Wylie The desperation of the dying is something Melbourne woman Catherine Ringwood knows intimately. Much of her adult life has...
2014/11/21 13:47
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