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A thriving bikie steroid trade has been uncovered during a national investigation into links between legal chemical businesses and the manufacture of illicit drugs. A thriving bikie steroid trade has...
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2014/09/16 05:47
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... are not going to stay where they are for much longer and as that changes then that will contain some of the price growth": ANZ senior property analysts David Carrington. Photo: Louie...
2014/09/16 03:06
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Australia needs to properly enforce restrictions on foreign investment in housing, a lawmaker chairing a Parliamentary committee on the issue said, amid concern overseas buyers are stoking a...
2014/09/16 02:26
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Liberal MP flags tougher foreign buyer rules, Treasurer denies housing bubble The Liberal chair of a Parliamentary committee has flagged tougher enforcement of rules prohibiting foreign purchases of...
2014/09/16 00:21
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Nadine Ford-Kritzinger With the motion of no confidence against the speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete to be debated today, the ANC yesterday reiterated their stance that she is fit to lead...
2014/09/15 23:50
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UK lawmakers say government environmental record ranges from bad to worse LONDON (Reuters) - British lawmakers say the government is doing a worse job of reducing air pollution, preventing flooding...
2014/09/15 21:55
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Tony Abbott has signalled his conviction that a referendum recognising indigenous Australians is more likely to succeed if it is "spiritually ambitious" but legally conservative. Tony Abbott has...
2014/09/15 15:50
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Down to earth: Prime Minister Tony Abbott assists with a tree planting in north-east Arnhem Land on Monday. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Tony Abbott has signalled his conviction that a referendum...
2014/09/15 15:35
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... we are asking is that he pay back the money, why are we getting thrown out?" was the question that came from a parliamentary member of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), who was identified in a...
2014/09/15 15:35
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She contends that its role is to ensure that "reliable" ANC women are "appointed to Parliamentary committees, government departments and parastatals" for appointments, which are "driven by...
2014/09/15 08:29
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Juba — South Sudan's Warrap state parliament has vowed to take administrative measures against its absent lawmakers should they fail to report to the assembly within a week. At least 12 lawmakers...
2014/09/15 07:29
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THE government has moved to formalise its takeover of the controversial US$1.3 billion Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) debt in a development a Zanu PF legislator warned could mean more taxes for...
2014/09/15 06:29
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INTERNALLY Displaced Persons at the Mavuno-Poromoko camp in Mkunumbi, Lamu West, yesterday met the joint Parliamentary committee on cohesion to air their grievances. Committee chair Johnson Sakaja...
2014/09/14 23:21
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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has made clear that financial planners and Self Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSFs) will be front and centre on its radar over the next 12...
2014/09/14 20:52
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Position remains vacant after nearly three years. A Queensland Parliamentary committee has politely reminded Attorney General Jarrod Bleijie that the state’s Office of the Information Commissioner is...
2014/09/14 18:16
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German parliamentary investigators plan to question executives of telecommunications operators about reports that U.S. and U.K. intelligence gained direct access to networks of companies including...
2014/09/14 16:29
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The Zimbabwe National Boxing and Wrestling Control Board is living in the past with an archaic act that does not recognise females as professional boxers. The law was enacted in 1956 and has not been...
2014/09/14 09:56
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SINGAPORE: Residents in three public housing estates trying out the mechanised parking system will find it easier to get parking lots. The system in these three estates, costing a total of about S$18...
2014/09/13 19:30
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We have had a rash of anti-Manmohan Singh and anti-Congress writings by people who held senior positions when Dr Singh was Prime Minister. The latest is the forthcoming book by Vinod Rai, a retired...
2014/09/12 23:26
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Meat industry wants Australia to negotiate free trade with largest mutton market, Middle East Australian meat processors are calling on the Federal Government to begin negotiating a free trade...
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