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2015/05/22 15:15
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A practical vegan and a practical politician, NSW's newest MP has a soft spot and a fierce determination to help the weakest among us. The first time Mark Pearson chained himself to a pig's cage,...
2015/05/22 15:15
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2015/05/22 05:26
2015/05/22 05:26
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On 7 May, the Conservative Party in Britain won an unexpected victory in the country's General Election. The Labour Party, which had been neck-and-neck in the polls and looked set to form a minority...
2015/05/22 03:46
2015/05/22 03:46
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The Royal Australian Mint makes 250 million coins each year. Next week, 1146 coins from its Master Collection go on sale. Photo: Jamila Toderas Next Tuesday, 1146 coins from the Royal Australian...
2015/05/21 08:17
2015/05/21 08:17
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... news Super below 12 pct 'vandalism': Keating FORMER prime minister Paul Keating believes it is "economic vandalism" to have a compulsory superannuation guarantee rate of less than 12 per...
2015/05/21 04:26
2015/05/21 04:26
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Paul Keating tells think tank government must act as insurer for Australia's aging with increased super contributions Former prime minister Paul Keating says it is time for "superannuation phase...
2015/05/21 04:10
2015/05/21 04:10
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The latte-sippers are back! They barely went away, but the metaphor seemed to fall out of favour. Nationals MP Michael McCormack told Tony Abbott to get away from the “tapas bars” and come see the...
2015/05/20 03:04
2015/05/20 03:04
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THEIR intense rivalry is laced with venom and fuelled by deep-seated philosophical differences. But state Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis and federal Assistant Infrastructure Minister Jamie Briggs have...
2015/05/20 01:55
2015/05/20 01:55
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott has described the $20,000 asset write-offs for small business as a "private sector stimulus" and the recent budget as "the best ever for small business". Prime Minister...
2015/05/19 23:41
2015/05/19 23:41
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HE made his name selling 18th-century French antiques from Queen St, Woollahra to clientele that included Australia’s most famous antique clock collector, former prime minister Paul Keating. When...
2015/05/19 22:41
2015/05/19 22:41
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The latest news from the Mid-North Coast, regional Australia and beyond. When antiques dealer Andre Fink and his wife Cecile pursued their dream of building a lavish chateau on Wallis Island, it was...
2015/05/19 20:55
2015/05/19 20:55
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Just when you thought the debate over the use of super for housing had been put to bed, academics at the ANU have entered the fray with modelling that suggests the current superannuation structure...
2015/05/18 15:26
2015/05/18 15:26
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Frank Brennan aka 'the meddling priest' renews calls for Indigenous recognition in constitution Prominent priest, lawyer and social justice advocate Frank Brennan has renewed calls for Indigenous...
2015/05/18 02:26
2015/05/18 02:26
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Iron ore inquiry could damage Australia's investment reputation: Samuel The former chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says a parliamentary inquiry into the iron ore...
2015/05/17 23:46
2015/05/17 23:46
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The Royal Australian Mint is divesting itself of 1146 coins from its Master Collection. Photo: Jamila Toderas Next Tuesday, 1146 coins from the Royal Australian Mint's Master Collection will be sold...
2015/05/16 10:27
2015/05/16 10:27
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It's a statement of the obvious that the extension of the Essendon supplements saga is less than an ideal situation. It's a statement of the obvious that the extension of the Essendon supplements...
2015/05/15 03:16
2015/05/15 03:16
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott answers questions at a media conference earlier this year. Photo / Andrew Taylor Prime Minister Tony Abbott has found a new way to plug Australia's budget hole: targeting...
2015/05/14 07:05
2015/05/14 07:05
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Paul Keating referred to it as the recession Australia “had to have”. In many ways, this is the Budget Colin Barnett “had to have”. Although many would argue it’s the budget that should have...
2015/05/12 12:12
2015/05/12 12:12
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It was the $80 billion, 10-year cut to hospitals and schools that sent state premiers to the barricades. It was the $80 billion, 10-year cut to hospitals and schools that sent state premiers to the...
2015/05/10 21:55
2015/05/10 21:55
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David Cameron has returned to Downing Street as Prime Minister, and three political leaders have fallen on their swords, after an extraordinary election night in Britain. David Cameron has returned...
2015/05/08 23:46
2015/05/08 23:46
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Chateau Le Marais was Andre Fink's dream for nearly 20 years. Photo: Quentin Jones He made his name selling 18th-century French antiques from Queen St, Woollahra to clientele that included...
2015/05/22 15:15
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