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2015/03/28 03:15
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One of the largest donors to the New South Wales Labor Party, a Chinese-based property group, picked up the tab for federal Labor senator Sam Dastyari after he was sued by an advertising firm. One of...
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2015/03/28 01:18
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Corporal Mark Donaldson VC How did a larrikin from the sticks become the first Australian in 40 years to be awarded the revered Victoria Cross medal? Chris Masters profiles corporal Mark...
2015/03/27 20:05
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... News file photo) South Korea, one of America's closest friends in Asia, announced Thursday it will join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, or AIIB, which is intended to help finance...
2015/03/27 14:55
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It is one word that has proved hard to define and impossible to deliver, but it has underpinned almost every substantial discussion about closing the gap on Indigenous disadvantage and achieving...
2015/03/27 07:24
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The mining tax had been heavily opposed by mining magnates Gina Rinehart and Twiggy Forrest. Photo: Tony Ashby Australia has failed to keep pace with other nations on corporate tax rates according to...
2015/03/27 04:55
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Former Liberal prime minister Malcolm Fraser was always thoughtful and sure to succeed in politics. Family friend Peter Nixon told mourners at a state funeral service for Mr Fraser in Melbourne it...
2015/03/27 04:36
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Malcolm Fraser, former prime minister, farewelled at state funeral Family and friends of former prime minister Malcolm Fraser have filled Scots' Church in Melbourne for his state funeral. Mr Fraser...
2015/03/27 03:26
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Too often governments sideline science and allow vested interests to distort the system. We need a new version of politics that recognises that good science and democracy are mutually supportive. The...
2015/03/27 01:42
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It is an old Chinese adage inherited from Sun Tzu, the philosopher and war strategist who is believed to have lived in the sixth century, or thereabouts: if you want to win a hundred battles, you need...
2015/03/26 22:27
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Malcolm Fraser, former prime minister, to be farewelled at state funeral A state funeral service for former Liberal prime minister Malcolm Fraser will be held at Scots' Church in Melbourne today,...
2015/03/26 17:55
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Stan Heuston - THE experience of handing out how to votes on political party reform at the pre-poll has been quite frightening. Stan Heuston wants party reform. 180315BSA19 THE experience of handing...
2015/03/26 06:42
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I’d like you to cast your mind back to the first time you saw Tony Abbott bite into an onion. I know he’s done several other strange things since then, like eating another onion. Recall that moment if...
2015/03/25 21:26
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NSW election 2015: NSW election shapes up as battle between popular premier and unpopular policy, Antony Green writes The fate of the New South Wales Coalition Government rests on whether the...
2015/03/25 11:42
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Lorry driver ‘joke’ (November 2008) While driving a lorry: “What matters to lorry drivers? Murdering prostitutes? Fuel economy?” He added: “This is a hard job [driving a lorry] and I’m not just...
2015/03/25 10:26
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VIRGINIA TRIOLI, PRESENTER: Remember when Kevin Rudd came out in favour of a big Australia? That was back in 2009 and it provoked a storm of protest and furious debate over the pros and cons of...
2015/03/25 03:17
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JOHN Howard is still viewed as Australia’s best prime minister of the past 40 years while his protege Tony Abbott has been ranked last, a poll reveals. Prime Minister Tony Abbott was rated by just 2...
2015/03/24 22:17
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THE $2.7 billion saga of the ill-fated 2009 Home Insulation Program is all but over with the families of four young men killed in work accidents accepting compensation deals. The Government is...
2015/03/24 13:55
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The ACT's long-serving Labor senator, Kate Lundy, said goodbye to Parliament on Tuesday. The ACT's long-serving Labor senator, Kate Lundy, says public servants and serving Defence personnel deserve a...
2015/03/24 09:26
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MARK COLVIN: The Australian-funded immigration detention centre on Nauru looks set to be the subject of another inquiry, this time by the Senate. Labor is likely to support a motion by the Greens to...
2015/03/24 05:12
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Former Griffith candidate Bill Glasson says he will consider a tilt at the Liberal National Party's vacant Senate seat following Senator Brett Mason's retirement. Former Griffith candidate Bill...
2015/03/28 03:15
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