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SYDNEY - An Australian Parliamentary committee Thursday recommended strengthening rules on foreign investment in the country's booming housing market, calling enforcement of the current framework...
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2014/11/27 07:30
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Dodoma — THE Government has already spent 5bn/- constructing a surgery and laboratory building at Tumbi Hospital in Kibaha, Coast Region. The remarks were made by the Deputy Minister in the Prime...
2014/11/27 06:49
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It was a massive oil spill in 2011 off the Nigerian coast. Now after assessing environmental damage from the disaster at Shell’s offshore Bonga field, the country’s National Assembly wants to fine...
2014/11/27 05:26
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Families SA under fire from foster carers at SA parliamentary inquiry A foster carer has broken down in tears while giving evidence to a South Australian parliamentary inquiry into the work of...
2014/11/27 05:05
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THE “toughen up princess” culture in our mining sector is so bad workers are afraid to take depression medication in case it shows up in their urine tests, a new report says. An interim report by the...
2014/11/27 04:19
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In the French city of Calais, the migrant population has been booming as refugees from the world's worst conflicts try to make their way to Britain. (Griff Witte and Casey Capachi/The Washington...
2014/11/27 03:52
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Senate committee recommends fixing ill-defined, far-reaching scheme. The Government’s plan to introduce mandatory data retention has failed to win the approval of a Senate committee tasked with...
2014/11/27 03:48
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General News of Thursday, 27 November 2014 Ghana cocaine bust turns political Ghana's opposition has called for a parliamentary inquiry into allegations that a suspected cocaine trafficker had...
2014/11/27 03:26
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EMMA ALBERICI, PRESENTER: The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority has warned that a water reform bill expected to pass through Queensland's Parliament this week could lead to unacceptable impacts...
2014/11/27 02:27
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By Yimou Lee and Faith Hung TAIPEI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Ever since a civil war split the two sides more than 60 years ago, China has viewed Taiwan as a renegade province that needs to be absorbed...
2014/11/27 02:16
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Rebecca Kitteridge, Director of the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service (SIS). Photo / Mark Mitchell Urgent counter-terrorism law changes that allowed warrantless surveillance by New Zealand's...
2014/11/27 01:36
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NICOTINE replacements will be provided to addicted hospital patients and prison inmates following a bill banning smoking in many government facilities passing Queensland parliament. New legislation...
2014/11/27 01:06
2014/11/27 01:06
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Australia should better police rules governing home purchases by foreigners and introduce civil penalties for breaches, a Parliamentary committee recommended. Third parties who help overseas buyers...
2014/11/27 00:40
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Parliament started discussion on November 26 a controversial government-backed bill on key part of surveillance regulation, which has divided the GD ruling coalition with Republican Party pushing for...
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WA Premier Colin Barnett labelled 'a disgrace' on issue of Indigenous recognition in constitution Internal Liberal tensions have flared on the matter of recognition of Indigenous people in WA's...
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Victoria election 2014: MPs to be subject to random breath-testing in Parliament if Labor wins election The Victorian Labor Party will introduce random breath tests for MPs and judges during sitting...
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Foreign buyer rule enforcement needs strengthening: committee A Parliamentary committee has recommended stronger enforcement of rules around foreign property investment. The Commonwealth Treasurer...
2014/11/26 22:46
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The Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill has already come under criticism from Muslim rights campaigners and civil liberties groups who have raised concern about measures not subject to review by the...
2014/11/26 21:26
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Queensland's upcoming election too close to call: poll The Queensland election is too close to call, the latest poll shows, with more indications the Newman Government will not go to the ballot box...
2014/11/26 19:34
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THE "biggest reform in planning in Queensland history" will allow the Queensland Government to build Galilee Basin rail lines. Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney introduced three planning bills into...
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