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Daily Telegraph
Mission Impossible for Aussie TV execsare the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan
Mission Impossible for Aussie TV execs
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 hours ago
are the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan Jones, Jeff Kennett, Jacqui Lambie and Mark Latham to spice up the broadcast. It’s almost the My Kitchen Rules approach to elections: big personalities, plenty of... Read more
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7h
News.com.au
Aussie viewers won’t watch ‘lacklustre’ election TVare the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan
Aussie viewers won’t watch ‘lacklustre’ election TV
News.com.au / Posted 7 hours ago
are the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan Jones, Jeff Kennett, Jacqui Lambie and Mark Latham to spice up the broadcast. It’s almost the My Kitchen Rules approach to elections: big personalities, plenty of... Read more
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7h
Perth Now
Mission Impossible for Aussie TV execsare the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan
Mission Impossible for Aussie TV execs
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
are the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan Jones, Jeff Kennett, Jacqui Lambie and Mark Latham to spice up the broadcast. It’s almost the My Kitchen Rules approach to elections: big personalities, plenty of... Read more
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7h
The Courier Mail
Mission Impossible for Aussie TV execsare the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan
Mission Impossible for Aussie TV execs
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
are the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan Jones, Jeff Kennett, Jacqui Lambie and Mark Latham to spice up the broadcast. It’s almost the My Kitchen Rules approach to elections: big personalities, plenty of... Read more
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7h
Adelaide Now
Aussies won’t watch ‘lacklustre’ election TVare the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan
Aussies won’t watch ‘lacklustre’ election TV
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 hours ago
are the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan Jones, Jeff Kennett, Jacqui Lambie and Mark Latham to spice up the broadcast. It’s almost the My Kitchen Rules approach to elections: big personalities, plenty of... Read more
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8h
Herald Sun
Aussies won’t watch ‘lacklustre’ election TVare the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan
Aussies won’t watch ‘lacklustre’ election TV
Herald Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
are the linchpins of Seven’s coverage, but it’s banking on fireworks from Alan Jones, Jeff Kennett, Jacqui Lambie and Mark Latham to spice up the broadcast. It’s almost the My Kitchen Rules approach to elections: big personalities, plenty of... Read more
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Junkee
Surprise! Saturday Night's Election Coverage Is Going To Have A Lot Of White DudesGreen is back! The bad news? There’s a lot of dudes. Like, a lot of dudes. And
Surprise! Saturday Night's Election Coverage Is Going To Have A Lot Of White Dudes
Junkee / Posted 4 days ago
Green is back! The bad news? There’s a lot of dudes. Like, a lot of dudes. And everyone is white. Oh, and Alan Jones and Mark Latham will be making an appearance. Set coming together for Saturday night. I just hope it isn’t quite as freezing... Read more
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Adelaide Now
#faketradie it till you make itJohn Hewson, it was his inability to explain whether the GST would be charged o
#faketradie it till you make it
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
John Hewson, it was his inability to explain whether the GST would be charged on a birthday cake. For Labor wannabe PM Mark Latham it was that famous meaty handshake with John Howard outside the ABC studios. For Labor PM Kevin Rudd it was the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Latham’s labour of love for rising starpart-owned, as is Spring Creek Star, by former Labor leader, News Corp columnis
Latham’s labour of love for rising star
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
part-owned, as is Spring Creek Star, by former Labor leader, News Corp columnist and renowned pedigree/racing enthusiast Mark Latham who actually bred the gelding himself. Trained on the track by Jarrod Austin and ridden by Tommy Berry, Spring... Read more
13d
The Courier
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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13d
Northern Daily Leader
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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13d
The Young Witness
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
The Young Witness / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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13d
Western Advocate
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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13d
Kiama Independent
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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13d
Manning River Times
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
Manning River Times / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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13d
Goondiwindi Argus
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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The North West Star
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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13d
Daily Liberal
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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13d
Illawarra Mercury
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Partyand state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school fu
Revealed: how Exclusive Brethren members secretly donate to the Liberal Party
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
and state governments. They supported Mr Howard in 2004 to defend his school funding policy against then Labor leader Mark Latham. The Australian Tax Office has never scrutinised their habit of paying the vast bulk of their schools fees in... Read more
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14d
The Border Mail
Jasper stunt like Latham antics: Joyceno control over the public thoughts of retired politicians and drew a compariso
Jasper stunt like Latham antics: Joyce
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
no control over the public thoughts of retired politicians and drew a comparison between Mr Jasper and former Labor leader Mark Latham. "It's like us going back to the Labor Party and making them responsible for Mark Latham and everything Mark... Read more
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17d
Junkee
These New Quotes From Louis CK About Politics And The Internet Will Be Memes In No Timeto be a flash point. It’s a valid thing to have your feelings violated and hurt
These New Quotes From Louis CK About Politics And The Internet Will Be Memes In No Time
Junkee / Posted 17 days ago
to be a flash point. It’s a valid thing to have your feelings violated and hurt. Sorry, but it is.” Perfect quote for: Mark Latham (…but he’d only take the last two lines). After the interviewer took objection to the thinking that comedians... Read more
19d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fairfaxcandidate supporting terrorists. The incident might have attracted less nationa
Fairfax
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
candidate supporting terrorists. The incident might have attracted less national attention were it not for Labor Leader Mark Latham confusing Molloy's name with that of convicted serial killer Ivan Milat at a press conference. Alex Somlyay... Read more
25d
Junkee
Lisa Wilkinson Has Blasted Bill Shorten Over His "Sexist" Comments On ChildcareWhether it’s Joe Hockey announcing sweeping cuts to paid parental leave on Moth
Lisa Wilkinson Has Blasted Bill Shorten Over His "Sexist" Comments On Childcare
Junkee / Posted 25 days ago
Whether it’s Joe Hockey announcing sweeping cuts to paid parental leave on Mother’s Day or Mark Latham shrieking about women destroying their children’s lives by seeking help with their mental health, Australian politicians generally have a stellar... Read more
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28d
Daily Mirror
Royal Marine killed by train after Christmas party pub crawltowards me." The driver applied the emergency brakes but said: "There was noth
Royal Marine killed by train after Christmas party pub crawl
Daily Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
towards me." The driver applied the emergency brakes but said: "There was nothing I could do to slow the train." Major Mark Latham said the young rifleman had joined the elite Corps in 2010 and joined Plymouth based 42 Commando before starting... Read more
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28d
Sydney Morning Herald
Why is the union that represents supermarket workers stopping gay marriage?factional battles including elections in the disgraced Health Services Union.
Why is the union that represents supermarket workers stopping gay marriage?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
factional battles including elections in the disgraced Health Services Union. In his 2004 "diaries" former Labor leader Mark Latham specifically writes about the shoppies' role in Labor's factional infighting, claiming "they practise the worst... Read more
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29d
Sky News Australia
Latham criticises Morrison over 'guys' banLiberal Leader Julie Bishop has said campaigners shouldn't be trying to interfe
Latham criticises Morrison over 'guys' ban
Sky News Australia / Posted 29 days ago
Liberal Leader Julie Bishop has said campaigners shouldn't be trying to interfere in free speech. Former Labor leader Mark Latham said Australians shouldn't follow David Morrison's example on Sky News' The Bolt Report on... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Election catch- What you missed last nightbe applied to a birthday cake through to the Jaymes Diaz interview in 2013, we'
Election catch- What you missed last night
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 30 days ago
be applied to a birthday cake through to the Jaymes Diaz interview in 2013, we've got it covered. Who knew a handshake could go so wrong? External Link: John Howard and Mark Latham shake handsYou're up to date! First posted June 01, 2016 07:1... Read more
30d
Sky News Australia
Latham calls out 'anti-business' ShortenFormer Labor Leader Mark Latham has accused Bill Shorten being 'anti-business'
Latham calls out 'anti-business' Shorten
Sky News Australia / Posted 30 days ago
Former Labor Leader Mark Latham has accused Bill Shorten being 'anti-business' on Sky News. Mr Latham said that the Opposition Leader is taking a dangerous 'militant' approach to big business, saying that he's too union-centric. 'He's so... Read more
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Herald Sun
Latham says polls could be wrongFormer Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could
Latham says polls could be wrong
Herald Sun / Posted a month ago
Former Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could be showing a very different result to polls such as Newspoll which put Labor in front. Mr Latham cited his own experience from the 2004 election when Newspoll had Labor... Read more
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News.com.au
Latham says polls could be wrongFormer Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could
Latham says polls could be wrong
News.com.au / Posted a month ago
Former Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could be showing a very different result to polls such as Newspoll which put Labor in front. Mr Latham cited his own experience from the 2004 election when Newspoll had Labor... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Latham says polling could be outFormer Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could
Latham says polling could be out
Sky News Australia / Posted a month ago
Former Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could be showing a very ifferent result to polls such as Newspoll which put Labor in front. Mr Latham cited his own experience from the 2004 election when Newspoll had Labor... Read more
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Perth Now
Latham says polls could be wrongFormer Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could
Latham says polls could be wrong
Perth Now / Posted a month ago
Former Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could be showing a very different result to polls such as Newspoll which put Labor in front. Mr Latham cited his own experience from the 2004 election when Newspoll had Labor... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Latham says polls could be wrongFormer Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could
Latham says polls could be wrong
Adelaide Now / Posted a month ago
Former Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could be showing a very different result to polls such as Newspoll which put Labor in front. Mr Latham cited his own experience from the 2004 election when Newspoll had Labor... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Latham says polls could be wrongFormer Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could
Latham says polls could be wrong
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
Former Labor leader Mark Latham says internal Labor and coalition polling could be showing a very different result to polls such as Newspoll which put Labor in front. Mr Latham cited his own experience from the 2004 election when Newspoll had Labor... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Australia’s worst pollies: the verdict— from Pauline Hanson through to Kevin Rudd and Clive Palmer. New South Wales
Australia’s worst pollies: the verdict
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
— from Pauline Hanson through to Kevin Rudd and Clive Palmer. New South Wales — home to Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull and Mark Latham — was the next most popular response, with 20.4% of the vote. Victoria has been home to some polarising MPs over... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Great election campaign stuff-ups and blunders throughout historyThe handshakeOctober 8, 2004 In what is likely to be the most famous handshake
Great election campaign stuff-ups and blunders throughout history
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted a month ago
The handshakeOctober 8, 2004 In what is likely to be the most famous handshake in Australian political history, the Mark Latham-John Howard encounter outside the ABC's Ultimo radio studios is said to be the defining moment of the 2004... Read more
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Perth Now
Australia’s worst pollies: the verdict— from Pauline Hanson through to Kevin Rudd and Clive Palmer. New South Wales
Australia’s worst pollies: the verdict
Perth Now / Posted a month ago
— from Pauline Hanson through to Kevin Rudd and Clive Palmer. New South Wales — home to Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull and Mark Latham — was the next most popular response, with 20.4% of the vote. Victoria has been home to some polarising MPs over... Read more
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Herald Sun
Australia’s worst pollies: the verdict— from Pauline Hanson through to Kevin Rudd and Clive Palmer. New South Wales
Australia’s worst pollies: the verdict
Herald Sun / Posted a month ago
— from Pauline Hanson through to Kevin Rudd and Clive Palmer. New South Wales — home to Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull and Mark Latham — was the next most popular response, with 20.4% of the vote. Victoria has been home to some polarising MPs over... Read more
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News.com.au
Which Australian state produces the worst politicians?— from Pauline Hanson through to Kevin Rudd and Clive Palmer. New South Wales
Which Australian state produces the worst politicians?
News.com.au / Posted a month ago
— from Pauline Hanson through to Kevin Rudd and Clive Palmer. New South Wales — home to Tony Abbott, Malcolm Turnbull and Mark Latham — was the next most popular response, with 20.4% of the vote. Victorian politicians: Greens leader Richard... Read more
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