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2015/05/25 17:08
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Public Accounts Committee chairman Tonio Fenech should have allowed Tourism Minister Edward Zammit Lewis to make his points during a committee meeting last week when he kept him from requesting a...
2015/05/25 17:08
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2015/05/25 00:21
2015/05/25 00:21
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Australia's financial services regulators would be performance-managed and held to key performance indicators (KPIs) under measures being actively canvassed by key financial services...
2015/05/24 19:57
2015/05/24 19:57
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A QUARTER of all calls to Centrelink are being abandoned after the waiting time for an answer grew to 17 minutes, a new report shows. The Australian National Audit Office report showed 13 million of...
2015/05/22 03:17
2015/05/22 03:17
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HOBOKEN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (NYSE: JWa and JWb) is pleased to welcome BookExpo America (BEA) 2015 guests of honor, the delegation of China, on May 26-29, 2015. As a...
2015/05/21 08:34
2015/05/21 08:34
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A QUARTER of all calls to Centrelink are being abandoned after the waiting time for an answer grew to 17 minutes, a new report shows. The Australian National Audit Office report showed 13 million of...
2015/05/20 22:26
2015/05/20 22:26
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National Audit report reveals almost quarter of calls to Centrelink went unanswered, wait time increases Almost a quarter of all calls made to Centrelink last year went unanswered, a new report by...
2015/05/20 14:38
2015/05/20 14:38
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The Dutch cabinet needs to spend more time putting its policies into practice and solving bottlenecks, the National Audit Office said on Wednesday. In its traditional review of government spending,...
2015/05/19 23:05
2015/05/19 23:05
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CHEMISTS have a scored an average $117,000 per pharmacy per year pay rise — nearly twice the inflation rate — while every other area of health faces cuts in this year’s Federal Budget. News Corp has...
2015/05/19 20:08
2015/05/19 20:08
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Tourism Minister Edward Zammit Lewis this evening complained he had been barred by the Public Accounts Committee chairman from requesting a ruling from the Speaker on the excuse that the minutes of...
2015/05/16 13:09
2015/05/16 13:09
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Last week the Government’s stake in Lloyds fell below 20pc, down from a peak of 43pc in 2009. The Treasury has now recouped more than £10bn from selling its shares, half what was paid to rescue the...
2015/05/14 16:38
2015/05/14 16:38
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Now that the ministerial appointments have been made we can make a reasonable forecast of what is likely to happen to central and local government IT over the 18 months. That is the period the new...
2015/05/14 11:09
2015/05/14 11:09
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Until now, that is. What has turned things around is a grand coalition between innovative local Labour politicians and a Conservative Chancellor who has the only Northern seat in cabinet. If necessity...
2015/05/14 10:36
2015/05/14 10:36
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The Legal Ombudsman’s office has been warned that staff may leave the organisation over the ongoing uncertainty about expenses reimbursements. The Legal Services Board has told the Office for Legal...
2015/05/14 00:17
2015/05/14 00:17
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Tony Blair privately acknowledged the failings of Britain’s helicopters in Iraq after being warned by the Prince of Wales that troops were being put at risk because they lacked “necessary...
2015/05/13 09:50
2015/05/13 09:50
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Former Department of Parliamentary Services secretary Carol Mills. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen The sacked boss of Parliament House, Carol Mills, will make a surprise return to the political stage in...
2015/05/12 10:47
2015/05/12 10:47
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Iain Duncan Smith is to remain in the cabinet as Work and Pensions Secretary. He'll be overseeing £12bn welfare cuts, and the Tories repeatedly failed to explain where they are coming from in their...
2015/05/11 22:09
2015/05/11 22:09
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There are now concerns that the corporation's coverage of the EU referendum in 2017 could betray a pro-EU bias. Friends of Mr Whittingdale said he is at the very least likely to freeze the licence...
2015/05/10 19:34
2015/05/10 19:34
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2015/05/08 06:38
2015/05/08 06:38
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Motivational speakers have wrong message for business listeners (The Funny Side) "Accept yourself as you are." Fine with me, but the colleagues at my side all had serial killer personalities. I tried...
2015/05/08 02:20
2015/05/08 02:20
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Former Department of Parliamentary Services Secretary Carol Mills. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen The Department of Parliamentary Services' sacked boss, Carol Mills, says she is leaving Parliament in a...
2015/05/25 17:08
2015/05/25 17:08
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