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2014/07/30 00:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: A plan to force people on unemployment benefits to apply for 40 jobs a month looks unlikely to get off the drawing board. The change is one of the most contested parts of the Abbott...
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2014/07/29 04:42
2014/07/29 04:42
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The employment minister, Eric Abetz, has conceded that the government’s planned new requirement for unemployed people to submit 40 job applications a month risks becoming a “box-ticking”...
2014/07/28 15:19
2014/07/28 15:19
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The former Coalition ministerial adviser appointed to a senior role at Victoria's new water agency has resigned ahead of an expected critical report by the state Ombudsman. The former Coalition...
2014/07/28 07:26
2014/07/28 07:26
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Australia's largest coal mine will fund artesian scheme Craig Zonca and Cassie Hough The Federal Environment Minister will force the Indian miner Adani to fund the Great Artesian Basin...
2014/07/26 23:26
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Scrapping of Government bore capping scheme wasting millions of litres of water, farmers say A Federal Government program to cap bores has been scrapped, and farmers say millions of litres of water...
2014/07/26 13:34
2014/07/26 13:34
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... dear boy, events,” is the famous quote reputedly uttered by former British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan when asked what was most likely to blow governments off course. If that is true, I...
2014/07/25 20:34
2014/07/25 20:34
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Created with the expansion of parliament in 1984, Goldstein covers coastal southern Melbourne starting from Brighton, located about 10 kilometres from the city centre, and proceeding southwards...
2014/07/23 11:34
2014/07/23 11:34
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Dr Tim Woodruff, Vice President of the Doctors Reform Society, has a somewhat different take on the Government’s policy direction. In this Croakey long read, Tim looks to history to find out whether...
2014/07/22 05:26
2014/07/22 05:26
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James Packer launches $200 million philanthropic fund to support arts and Indigenous education Billionaire casino mogul James Packer has launched a $200 million philanthropic fund to support the arts...
2014/07/22 01:46
2014/07/22 01:46
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STAN Howard, the successful corporate lawyer and company director better known as the elder brother of former prime minister John Howard has died. Mr Howard passed away peacefully on July 17...
2014/07/20 21:26
2014/07/20 21:26
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PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: This story is about the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, where a controversial green crop is being harvested. Australia's fledgling hemp industry has been trying to join the...
2014/07/18 19:06
2014/07/18 19:06
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TAXPAYERS paid for disgraced former Speaker Peter Slipper’s travel to a court case to defend charges of misusing taxpayer funds. Mr Slipper, who lost his federal Queensland seat in the September...
2014/07/17 22:11
2014/07/17 22:11
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A PROPOSED short-term solution to save lives on the Bruce Hwy south of Gympie met with more buck passing from Federal Infrastructure Minister, and Member for Wide Bay, Warren Truss yesterday. Gympie...
2014/07/17 04:44
2014/07/17 04:44
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While researching this article, a Google search of ‘is superannuation worthwhile’ produced 1.5 million results. If you exclude the sites written by institutions, financial planners and other industry...
2014/07/17 04:12
2014/07/17 04:12
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The carbon tax is no more. I've already said a great deal on the live blog this week about how absurd this is – to repeal a policy that various pieces of evidence suggested was working – and replace...
2014/07/17 00:55
2014/07/17 00:55
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Advocates for competitive, fair and open markets have taken a sledgehammer to the anti-competitive shield surrounding the National Broadband Network (NBN). The company building the network, NBN Co,...
2014/07/16 16:05
2014/07/16 16:05
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Push for access: Issues with gaining permanent residency prevents Kiwis from accessing social services in Australia. Photo: Marina Neil Kiwis living in Australia are making a bold pitch to win a...
2014/07/16 10:19
2014/07/16 10:19
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The waste comes from uranium and plutonium exported to France between 1999 and 2004 to run its nuclear power plants. It’s coming home because of an international agreement that states that Australia...
2014/07/16 07:45
2014/07/16 07:45
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... first quarter inflation surprisingly soft’ ‘RBA boss Glenn Stevens hints official interest rates could drop lower than record low of 2.5 per cent’ Soft inflation numbers. Australian...
2014/07/16 05:20
2014/07/16 05:20
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Brendan O'Connor believes the Coalition would cut the public service too deep and be forced to increase numbers again in the future. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Labor's point man on the public service,...
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