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Northern Daily Leader
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membershipIt was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand n
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membership
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand new Labor leader was preparing to launch the party's north coast campaign at Tweed Heads. It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election campaign. The... Read more
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The Young Witness
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membershipIt was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand n
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membership
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand new Labor leader was preparing to launch the party's north coast campaign at Tweed Heads. It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election campaign. The... Read more
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Western Advocate
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membershipIt was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand n
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membership
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand new Labor leader was preparing to launch the party's north coast campaign at Tweed Heads. It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election campaign. The... Read more
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Daily Liberal
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membershipIt was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand n
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membership
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand new Labor leader was preparing to launch the party's north coast campaign at Tweed Heads. It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election campaign. The... Read more
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The Border Mail
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membershipIt was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand n
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membership
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand new Labor leader was preparing to launch the party's north coast campaign at Tweed Heads. It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election campaign. The... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membershipIt was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand n
New Labor general secretary Kaila Murnain wants to drive cultural change in the party membership
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election. The brand new Labor leader was preparing to launch the party's north coast campaign at Tweed Heads. It was another big day for Luke Foley during the 2015 NSW election campaign. The... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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The Young Witness
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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Manning River Times
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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The North West Star
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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The Courier
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silentlyHe's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal
Andrew Robb: 'How a 'game changer' politician became an unlikely hero to those suffering silently
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
He's landed major trade deals and held some of the most senior roles in federal politics. But Andrew Robb's real legacy is not the most obvious. The mornings were the worst. Andrew Robb didn't want to get out of bed, didn't want to make decisions.... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Verdict recap: Karl Stefanovic settles in as Mark Latham and Bob Katter fire upIt's week three of Channel Nine's The Verdict, and while the show seems to have
The Verdict recap: Karl Stefanovic settles in as Mark Latham and Bob Katter fire up
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
It's week three of Channel Nine's The Verdict, and while the show seems to have moved away from its early model of everyone-shouting-at-once, it hasn't yet worked out an alternative. While the first two episodes were entertainingly infuriating, the... Read more
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The Age
The Verdict recap: Karl Stefanovic settles in as Mark Latham and Bob Katter fire upIt's week three of Channel Nine's The Verdict, and while the show seems to have
The Verdict recap: Karl Stefanovic settles in as Mark Latham and Bob Katter fire up
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
It's week three of Channel Nine's The Verdict, and while the show seems to have moved away from its early model of everyone-shouting-at-once, it hasn't yet worked out an alternative. While the first two episodes were entertainingly infuriating, the... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Curtain rises on free UML concertLOWELL -- On Friday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m., the University Orchestra -- which i
Curtain rises on free UML concert
Lowell Sun / Posted 4 days ago
LOWELL -- On Friday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m., the University Orchestra -- which includes UMass Lowell student musicians, faculty and musicians from throughout the Merrimack Valley -- will present a free concert at Durgin Concert Hall, South Campus, 35... Read more
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Crikey
Tips and rumours –From the Crikey grapevine, the latest tips and rumours … Melbourne papers don’
Tips and rumours –
Crikey / Posted 5 days ago
From the Crikey grapevine, the latest tips and rumours … Melbourne papers don’t want Latham. Editor-in-chief at The Age newspaper Andrew Holden last Friday confirmed he’d been in discussions with Mark Latham about giving the outspoken former... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra grandmother Patti Wilkins dumps politics to become personal trainerPatti Wilkins leads the morning boot camp at the Australian War Memorial. Photo
Canberra grandmother Patti Wilkins dumps politics to become personal trainer
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
Patti Wilkins leads the morning boot camp at the Australian War Memorial. Photo: Karleen Minney When Patti Wilkins worked long hours inside Parliament House, it made her sick. No, it wasn't the job of sorting through the personal mail of then Labor... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Twitter Australia looks to grow up - but can it challenge the might of Facebook and Google?Twitter Australia looks to grow up – but can it challenge the might of Facebook
Twitter Australia looks to grow up - but can it challenge the might of Facebook and Google?
MumBRELLA / Posted 9 days ago
Twitter Australia looks to grow up – but can it challenge the might of Facebook and Google? Twitter has been making headlines globally in the past few months amid a series of executive changes and stock market falls. Mumbrella’s Nic Christensen... Read more
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Perth Now
How the weather influences your voteDespite his dodgy umbrella, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be praying for
How the weather influences your vote
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
Despite his dodgy umbrella, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be praying for rain on voting day. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas WE COULD be lining up for our election sausage sizzle in cold rain, if Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has his... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Paul Thomas: NZ - where people are 'nice' and sport less debasedFormer Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin. Photo / Getty Images This week the
Paul Thomas: NZ - where people are 'nice' and sport less debased
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Former Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin. Photo / Getty Images This week the Herald reported that the exodus to Australia, for so long part of our social and political furniture, is officially over. In fact, it's gone into reverse. December was... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why Turnbull wants it to rain on election dayDespite his dodgy umbrella, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be praying for
Why Turnbull wants it to rain on election day
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Despite his dodgy umbrella, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be praying for rain on voting day. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas WE COULD be lining up for our election sausage sizzle in cold rain, if Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has his... Read more
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The Border Mail
Parties not reacting to electoral distrustVoter distrust towards the political class has become potent. It is potent in t
Parties not reacting to electoral distrust
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Voter distrust towards the political class has become potent. It is potent in the United States, it is volatile in Europe and it is evident in Australia. SURPRISE PACKAGE: Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders shocked Hillary Clinton in the Iowa US... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Women allowed to breastfeed in 'family friendly' ParliamentWomen allowed to breastfeed in Parliament as part of 'family friendly' rule cha
Women allowed to breastfeed in 'family friendly' Parliament
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
Women allowed to breastfeed in Parliament as part of 'family friendly' rule changes Breastfeeding politicians will be allowed to bring their children into the chamber as part of new rules for a "family friendly" Parliament. Under previous... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
David Morrison fires up over domestic violence claimQ&A: Australian of the Year David Morrison fires up over claim domestic violenc
David Morrison fires up over domestic violence claim
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Q&A: Australian of the Year David Morrison fires up over claim domestic violence data shows decline David Morrison, the new Australian of the Year, was decidedly bubbly on Q&A on Monday night. In a politician-free year-opener for the program, he... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Previews: Albury and DubboShayne O’Cass and Nic Ashman previews the NSW meetings at Albury and Dubbo on S
Previews: Albury and Dubbo
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Shayne O’Cass and Nic Ashman previews the NSW meetings at Albury and Dubbo on Sunday | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Former Federal ALP leader Mark Latham... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Kyle’s Kiis of life to mateKyle Sandiland’s mate Bruno Bouchet returns to Kiis after controversial gaffe |
Kyle’s Kiis of life to mate
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Kyle Sandiland’s mate Bruno Bouchet returns to Kiis after controversial gaffe | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Bruno Bouchet and partner Laura Viglino... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Previews: Albury and DubboFormer Federal ALP leader Mark Latham might be on a winner with Noble Descent.
Previews: Albury and Dubbo
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Former Federal ALP leader Mark Latham might be on a winner with Noble Descent. Picture: Ian Currie FORMER Labor Party leader and thoroughbred enthusiast Mark Latham might have a Championships candidate with Riverina three-year-old Noble Descent who... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
New medical helicopter to serve three area hospitalsJan. 25--HSHS Southern Illinois Division has partnered with Air Methods Corpora
New medical helicopter to serve three area hospitals
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 18 days ago
Jan. 25--HSHS Southern Illinois Division has partnered with Air Methods Corporation (ARCH) to provide a new air medical service to three of its area hospitals and their communities. On Thursday, HSHS launched HSHS Rescue Flight. The new medical... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why are three women already dead this year?Women are still dying as a result of violence, despite the work by out-going Au
Why are three women already dead this year?
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Women are still dying as a result of violence, despite the work by out-going Australian of the Year Rosie Batty and countless other individuals. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas OPINION AS YOU tuck into that sausage sizzle down at the beach and pump... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why are three women already dead this year?Women are still dying as a result of violence, despite the work by out-going Au
Why are three women already dead this year?
Adelaide Now / Posted 18 days ago
Women are still dying as a result of violence, despite the work by out-going Australian of the Year Rosie Batty and countless other individuals. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas OPINION AS YOU tuck into that sausage sizzle down at the beach and pump... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why are three women already dead this year?Women are still dying as a result of violence, despite the work by out-going Au
Why are three women already dead this year?
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
Women are still dying as a result of violence, despite the work by out-going Australian of the Year Rosie Batty and countless other individuals. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas OPINION AS YOU tuck into that sausage sizzle down at the beach and pump... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Turnbull's US pilgrimage followed in the footsteps of his Liberal predecessors Photo: When Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull met with US President Barack Obam
Turnbull's US pilgrimage followed in the footsteps of his Liberal predecessors
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
Photo: When Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull met with US President Barack Obama this month, he was compliant and subservient. (AFP: Brendan Smialowski) Malcolm Turnbull's... Read more
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Perth Now
Why are three women already dead this year?Women are still dying as a result of violence, despite the work by out-going Au
Why are three women already dead this year?
Perth Now / Posted 18 days ago
Women are still dying as a result of violence, despite the work by out-going Australian of the Year Rosie Batty and countless other individuals. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas OPINION AS YOU tuck into that sausage sizzle down at the beach and pump... Read more
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News.com.au
Latham: Sydney has a ‘Muslim problem’Mark Latham expresses strong views on Muslims in Western Sydney on 'The Verdict
Latham: Sydney has a ‘Muslim problem’
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
Mark Latham expresses strong views on Muslims in Western Sydney on 'The Verdict'0:45 Mark Latham comes out swinging against Sydney's 'Muslim problems' on 'The Verdict'. Courtesy: Channel Nine/The Verdict Mark Latham thinks Sydney has a “Muslim... Read more
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News.com.au
When did Aussies become such massive whingers?I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! host Julia Morris received brickbats on
When did Aussies become such massive whingers?
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! host Julia Morris received brickbats on social media for flirting with Dr Chris Brown. But is the anger warranted? TODAY is a day to reflect on what it means to be Australian — the mateship, the cracking sense... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Batty hopes successor will continue workBowing out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with putting domestic
Batty hopes successor will continue work
Sky News Australia / Posted 19 days ago
Bowing out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with putting domestic violence on the national agenda hopes her successor will pick up where she left off. Rosie Batty says Australia still struggles to call out domestic violence for what it... Read more
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Perth Now
Batty hopes successor will continue workOutgoing Australian of the Year Rosie Batty hopes her successor will pick up wh
Batty hopes successor will continue work
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
Outgoing Australian of the Year Rosie Batty hopes her successor will pick up where she left off. As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with putting domestic violence on the... Read more
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News.com.au
Batty hopes successor will continue work As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with
Batty hopes successor will continue work
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with putting domestic violence on the national agenda hopes her successor will pick up where she left off. Rosie Batty says Australia... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Batty hopes successor will continue work As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with
Batty hopes successor will continue work
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 days ago
As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with putting domestic violence on the national agenda hopes her successor will pick up where she left off. Rosie Batty says Australia... Read more
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Herald Sun
Batty hopes successor will continue work As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with
Batty hopes successor will continue work
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with putting domestic violence on the national agenda hopes her successor will pick up where she left off. Rosie Batty says Australia... Read more
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Weekly Times
Batty hopes successor will continue work As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with
Batty hopes successor will continue work
Weekly Times / Posted 19 days ago
As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with putting domestic violence on the national agenda hopes her successor will pick up where she left off. Rosie Batty says Australia... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Batty hopes successor will continue work As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with
Batty hopes successor will continue work
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
As she prepares to bow out as Australian of the Year, the woman credited with putting domestic violence on the national agenda hopes her successor will pick up where she left off. Rosie Batty says Australia... Read more
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News.com.au
Latham’s thinking ‘went out decades ago’Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty at an Australian of the Year morning t
Latham’s thinking ‘went out decades ago’
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty at an Australian of the Year morning tea today. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas OUTGOING Australian of the Year Rosie Batty says she hopes Mark Latham becomes better educated about domestic violence. “I... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Latham’s thinking ‘went out decades ago’Rosie Batty responds to Mark Latham’s comments about domestic violence | DailyT
Latham’s thinking ‘went out decades ago’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
Rosie Batty responds to Mark Latham’s comments about domestic violence | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty at an... Read more
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Perth Now
Latham’s thinking ‘went out decades ago’Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty at an Australian of the Year morning t
Latham’s thinking ‘went out decades ago’
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty at an Australian of the Year morning tea today. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas OUTGOING Australian of the Year Rosie Batty says she hopes Mark Latham becomes better educated about domestic violence. “I... Read more
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