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2014/09/03 04:55
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On the day it was revealed that the government-commissioned Warburton Review had recommended the government shut down the wind industry, the share price of one of Australia’s major wind farm...
2014/09/03 04:55
2014/09/03 04:55
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2014/09/03 03:24
2014/09/03 03:24
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... the debt back when iron ore is at $75/tonne! Aussie aussie oi oi! Why is it that Australian governments fail where other countries governments are successful? Case in point, the MRRT is down...
2014/09/03 03:17
2014/09/03 03:17
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Tougher welfare laws defeated in Senate THE Abbott government has suffered another defeat in the Senate. THIS time it's over tougher rules for job seekers which would remove the ability for...
2014/09/03 02:13
2014/09/03 02:13
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... rich. And Romney was cooked. And now that Obama has sent Vice President Joe Biden out on Labor Day to demand that we "take our country back" (as if Democrats haven't controlled the White...
2014/09/03 01:50
2014/09/03 01:50
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... in policy setting in this country. The initial MRRT was actually going to raise coin. Then Labor buckled under pressure from the major miners and watered it down. Kevin Rudd should have had...
2014/09/03 00:26
2014/09/03 00:26
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... mining tax. And to discuss how the bill made it through the Senate and the implications for Government revenue and spending, we were joined a short time ago by the Leader of the Opposition in...
2014/09/02 15:05
2014/09/02 15:05
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... environmentalists and the timber industry after it was instigated by the previous Labor-Green government. A new bill passed on Tuesday converts 400,000 hectares slated for...
2014/09/02 14:46
2014/09/02 14:46
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... time bringing in insufficient revenue to cover the various bonuses promised by the previous Labor government. It didn’t win at any level. The repeal represents a significant victory for the...
2014/09/02 12:34
2014/09/02 12:34
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... Australia's upper house on Tuesday agreed to scrap a contested resources profits tax after the government struck a surprise deal with crossbench senators, including mining billionaire Clive...
2014/09/02 12:26
2014/09/02 12:26
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Claims forestry bill will not "tear up" peace deal There are claims the Tasmanian Government's signature forestry bill will not deliver on the Liberals' key election promise to tear up the forest...
2014/09/02 11:27
2014/09/02 11:27
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THE mining tax is all but abolished after the Senate agreed to repeal the Labor impost with amendments. THE mining tax is all but abolished after the Senate agreed to repeal the Labor impost with...
2014/09/02 07:55
2014/09/02 07:55
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... mistakes of our last involvement in Iraq is paramount. But will we? The call from the Greens and some cross-benchers in the Senate for a parliamentary debate and vote on Australia’s...
2014/09/02 07:11
2014/09/02 07:11
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... of locking up asylum seekers is back in the spotlight with a six-year-old girl suing the government for negligence after being detained for more than a year at a remote detention...
2014/09/02 05:12
2014/09/02 05:12
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The government’s plan to hand environmental approvals to the states for projects such as coal mines and ports is set to be blocked in the Senate by the Palmer United party. The Coalition has already...
2014/09/02 03:44
2014/09/02 03:44
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The film is a remake of the 1995 classic Judge Dredd, arguably Sylvester Stallone’s finest work. Government bond investors should watch both films without delay. In the 2012 version (the better...
2014/09/02 02:17
2014/09/02 02:17
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... got it wrong’ This political ad urges people to fight for the Great Barrier Reef after the government announced it would dump dredge spoil in the World Heritage site. Courtesy: Fight for the...
2014/09/02 01:42
2014/09/02 01:42
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... her former factional ally Joe Tripodi's involvement in a dirty tricks campaign against their Labor colleague Jodi McKay. 7.25AM: Have you done your bushfire plan yet? Above-average...
2014/09/02 01:07
2014/09/02 01:07
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... than half a year for unemployment benefits will still be a recipe for homelessness, the Greens say. The Abbott government is planning to back down on its original timeframe and might...
2014/09/01 20:05
2014/09/01 20:05
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... also has its risks. Mr Abbott on Monday used a speech to parliament to spell out the government's reasons for taking part in an air drop of weapons and aid to Kurdish fighters taking on...
2014/09/01 14:46
2014/09/01 14:46
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... preferential voting system is based on — voting for the least worst option. For governments who undertake unpopular policies, the key really is to make sure that there is something...
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