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2015/03/04 03:41
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The Australian Electoral Commission will outsource the storage of millions of used ballot papers, conceding its warehouse security and logistics chain is not up to task. The Australian Electoral...
2015/03/04 03:41
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2015/03/04 02:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIASouth Africa's minister of sport, Fikile Mbalula. File photo: Dumisani Dube London - South Africa’s sports minister has accused Fifa of being “very inefficient” and not acting...
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2015/03/04 01:52
2015/03/04 01:52
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Russia will create a new national information security doctrine intended to more efficiently prevent information warfare, identity theft and cyberfraud. The Russian Security Council, a consultative...
2015/03/04 01:17
2015/03/04 01:17
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AUSTRALIA'S elections chief says a "large number" of errors are inevitable, despite months of work and millions of dollars spent on improving the way federal polls are run. A Parliamentary committee...
2015/03/04 00:12
2015/03/04 00:12
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The Abbott government has agreed to adopt changes to its controversial plan to force phone and internet firms to keep customers' data for two years. The Abbott government has agreed to adopt changes...
2015/03/03 23:16
2015/03/03 23:16
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Auckland house sales last month were at their second highest level in a February for seven years. Photo / Doug Sherring. Average Auckland house prices dipped 1.3 per cent between January and February...
2015/03/03 23:03
2015/03/03 23:03
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This was one of hundreds of submissions made to parliament's portfolio committee on justice and correctional services, asked to determine the age for consensual sex to be considered legal. As it...
2015/03/03 19:58
2015/03/03 19:58
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The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has denied conducting a "witch-hunt" against celebrities after broadcaster Paul Gambaccini told a Parliamentary committee that he and other showbiz figures...
2015/03/03 19:30
2015/03/03 19:30
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The Senegalese delegates invited to the opening of the 2015 legislative year on Friday extended their visit to Saturday 28th February 2015, holding talks with their Gambian counterparts on...
2015/03/03 17:31
2015/03/03 17:31
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Bardo — The draft anti-terrorism and money laundering law will be submitted Wednesday to the cabinet meeting before being brought as of Thursday before the General Legislation Committee, said Speaker...
2015/03/03 17:27
2015/03/03 17:27
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New Zealand's love affair with housing continues unabated, as February residential property values rose nationally 6.4% on a year ago - or 20.3% above the market peak of late 2007. Streams of recent...
2015/03/03 17:10
2015/03/03 17:10
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With just weeks to go until the general election Ukip STILL has no policies. But don’t think this reflects internal wrangling and rows within the racist party. On the contrary, it is in fact a cunning...
2015/03/03 15:56
2015/03/03 15:56
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SINGAPORE: The debate on this year's Budget began on Tuesday (Mar 3), with 25 Members of Parliament (MPs) giving their views. Many gave the thumbs-up to the initiatives that aim to help Singaporeans...
2015/03/03 14:46
2015/03/03 14:46
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BBC Trust boss Rona Fairhead will be questioned about her work at HSBC after she was summoned before a UK parliamentary select committee. Ms Fairhead, who took over at the trust last year after...
2015/03/03 12:32
2015/03/03 12:32
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By Ministry of Health and Sanitation Freetown — The Auditor General, Lara Taylor-Pearce has told Members of Parliament, Senior and Junior Public Officers and a cross section of the public that the...
2015/03/03 11:50
2015/03/03 11:50
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UK legislator says Bank of England forex probe was too soft LONDON (Reuters) - A Bank of England probe into what central bank staff knew of malpractice in London's foreign exchange market failed to...
2015/03/03 09:37
2015/03/03 09:37
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Australia forces Chinese company to sell RM112 million Sydney mansion Published: 3 March 2015 5:23 PM Villa Del Mare, the RM112 million Sydney mansion the Australian government is forcing to be sold...
2015/03/03 09:29
2015/03/03 09:29
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The Parliamentary committee on the National Economy last week rejected a request from the army to borrow $170m (Shs 470bn) to procure sophisticated military equipment. At a closed-door committee...
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2015/03/03 07:56
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SINGAPORE: The Government's Silver Support Scheme is a significant move to further strengthen social safety nets for the low-income elderly, but how is the Government preparing to fund the scheme as...
2015/03/03 07:29
2015/03/03 07:29
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In the third and last part of these series, BENON HERBERT OLUKA looks forward to what the next 10-year phase of the rural electrification project promises to achieve and whether the government has put...
2015/03/04 03:41
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