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2014/04/22 23:18
2014/04/22 23:18
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FORMER Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has revealed he offered to give up the top job if the government was still doomed at the end of 2010, but Julia Gillard reneged on the deal just minutes after agreeing...
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2014/04/22 11:15
2014/04/22 11:15
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The corporate boss of the Illawarra’s Medicare Local has called on the government to spare the health organisations from the budgetary axe, saying they have not existed long enough to prove their...
2014/04/22 03:48
2014/04/22 03:48
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Crowds waiting for the royal couple to arrive at Taronga Zoo enjoy the view. Photo: Damien Murphy 2:02pm: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - and perhaps Prince George - will unveil a plaque at the...
2014/04/22 03:18
2014/04/22 03:18
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THE Government wants to woo low income earners in strategic electorates but they will be the chief casualties of its planned $6 surcharge on bulk billed GP visits which will add millions to household...
2014/04/22 00:17
2014/04/22 00:17
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Kevin Rudd wasn’t particularly popular at the last federal election, but he is earning plenty of applause in his new job at Harvard University. The former Australian prime minister drew laughs and...
2014/04/21 20:18
2014/04/21 20:18
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HE was 70, had been out of office for a decade and had competition from a Hollywood star. But Neville Wran’s fancy footwork on a Sydney dancefloor with Princess Diana almost two decades ago was...
2014/04/20 00:17
2014/04/20 00:17
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Kevin Rudd would “definitely want” the United Nation’s top job, former foreign minister Bob Carr has said as speculation builds that the former PM is lobbying for the role. Mr Rudd has apparently...
2014/04/19 14:55
2014/04/19 14:55
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Tasting Notes: The 1959 Chateau d'icac. Celebrated vigneron Nick Di Girolamo has excelled himself with this rare and striking Premier Grand Cru. Selected from old grapes of wrath vines at the Obeid...
2014/04/18 12:29
2014/04/18 12:29
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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott flew into Port Moresby in late March accompanied by an A-list of his country’s business leaders, with trade and investment on their minds. And, after a loaded and...
2014/04/17 07:55
2014/04/17 07:55
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This list of serious problems that Australian governments are unwilling to address is growing, thanks to a political culture in which serious reforms are cynically opposed and milked for political...
2014/04/17 00:15
2014/04/17 00:15
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Premier Barry O'Farrell has resigned after being caught out lying to a corruption inquiry over a $3000 bottle of wine. Picture: Jonathon Ng Premier Barry O'Farrell prior to appearing at an ICAC...
2014/04/16 20:55
2014/04/16 20:55
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As Australians prepare for a holiday marking the most important Christian festival of year, it’s worth remembering that Jesus of Nazareth began life as a refugee, taken to Egypt to escape King Herod’s...
2014/04/16 07:18
2014/04/16 07:18
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THE honourable actions of an honourable man? Or a justified fall from grace? Mr O’Farrell announced he was resigning after he was caught lying to the Independent Commission against Corruption about a...
2014/04/16 04:24
2014/04/16 04:24
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Our group will be at the tail of this field, but you get the picture. Photo: Dan Nancarrow Calling unfit, over-weight, under-prepared city-dwellers I’ve bought the running shorts – you know, the...
2014/04/15 06:27
2014/04/15 06:27
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Badgerys Creek: timeline of second Sydney airport Badgerys Creek is expected to be selected as the site for Sydney's second airport, 45 years after it was first mooted. Servicing the growing airport...
2014/04/15 06:17
2014/04/15 06:17
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IT IS the airport that has been talked about for almost half a century. Badgerys Creek was first raised as a potential site for a second Sydney airport in 1969, at which point Prime Minister Tony...
2014/04/14 21:20
2014/04/14 21:20
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Bill Shorten will announce sweeping Labor Party reforms that empower rank and file members, rein in powerbrokers' say over candidates and call for fewer factional bosses to be pre-selected for the...
2014/04/14 21:18
2014/04/14 21:18
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HIS alleged humour may course its way through the pages, but Bob Carr failed to see the funny side of media reporting of his life as a foreign minister, detailed in his new book. The former NSW...
2014/04/14 15:29
2014/04/14 15:29
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Concerns have been raised that rogue traders may be putting the Australian live export industry at risk. Documents revealed on the ABC's 7.30 program suggest that key export documents may have been...
2014/04/14 03:01
2014/04/14 03:01
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NEROLIE Withnall has been awarded the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Queensland Gold Medal Award. One of Queensland’s most respected directors, Withnall (pictured with Queensland Governor...
2014/04/22 23:18
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