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2014/10/30 14:24
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Thousands have lost their life savings as a result of poor financial advice. Photo: Glenn Hunt Commonwealth Bank might have escaped a royal commission on its scandal-ridden financial planning...
2014/10/30 14:24
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2014/10/30 12:12
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Pubilc servants concerned of more to come as Tony Abbott reshapes the senior executive ranks. A surprise personnel change at the summit of the Prime Minister's own department has sent shudders...
2014/10/30 10:34
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CAN someone explain the logic to this? Whenever suggestions are made as to how we can change the national tax system, which at their most dramatic include increasing or broadening the goods and...
2014/10/29 11:31
2014/10/29 11:31
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JUST about the dumbest thing I have heard all year was all those newsreaders breathlessly announcing the shocking headline news that the government’s petrol tax increase was going to cost the average...
2014/10/29 00:12
2014/10/29 00:12
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WHEN we had some feedback on Tony Abbott's bad behaviour in Bali turning up late for your first meeting and then adopting the Paul Keating swagger while declaring "I got here as quickly as I could"...
2014/10/28 21:26
2014/10/28 21:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: The Prime Minister has urged Australia's most influential business leaders to drive a new wave of economic reform and help convince Labor and the states to join the patriotic front he...
2014/10/27 00:17
2014/10/27 00:17
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COMMENT BY ASHLEY ROBINSON: WITH the passing of Gough Whitlam this week, I was reminded how keen I was on politics while growing up. Strangely, in later years Liberal/National voters believe I am a...
2014/10/25 15:48
2014/10/25 15:48
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Author Tom Keneally: "He made being an artist or a craftsman a respectable occupation for the first time in Australian history." Photo: James Brickwood Gough Whitlam was the first prime minister in...
2014/10/25 11:47
2014/10/25 11:47
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IT was the Masonic Hall at Maroubra one evening in 1965 or 66, barely 70 people on the folded chairs. A kid who’d joined the local ALP, I’d turned up to hear Gough Whitlam, then Deputy Leader, talk...
2014/10/24 19:16
2014/10/24 19:16
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David Seymour made his maiden speech in Parliament this week. Photo / Steven McNicholl New MPs have been delivering their maiden speeches in Parliament this week, setting out their backgrounds, what...
2014/10/24 08:34
2014/10/24 08:34
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Many thanks to John Menadue for allowing us to republish this personal farewell to Gough Whitlam which was originally published on his blog Pearls and Irritations earlier this week. John Menadue...
2014/10/24 06:55
2014/10/24 06:55
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Feelings matter in economics, and a person’s position within the housing market tends to determine how they feel about the past 20 years of house price inflation. For Australians not resigned to...
2014/10/23 12:41
2014/10/23 12:41
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Former PM Paul Keating tells a Melbourne audience that the Labor Party has ''lost its story''. THE Labor Party has ''lost its story'', former prime minister Paul Keating told a Melbourne audience...
2014/10/23 04:10
2014/10/23 04:10
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KINGSTON — There will be 250 American flags flying along the Veterans Day Parade route this year, thanks to Jim Walsh and his friends and associates. Walsh, a veteran of World War II, has been on a...
2014/10/23 01:26
2014/10/23 01:26
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TONY JONES, PRESENTER: In the wake of Gough Whitlam's death yesterday, the tributes and stocktakes of his legacy continue unabated. Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd was in New Delhi when he heard the...
2014/10/22 16:15
2014/10/22 16:15
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ANALYSIS: A doctrinal aversion to industry assistance within the economic power grouping of the Abbott government threatens to make the Prime Minister look not just heartless, but...
2014/10/22 14:15
2014/10/22 14:15
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Kevin Rudd says the death of Gough Whitlam has left a "gap in his heart" as he paid tribute to the Labor legend as a "moderniser" and "democrastiser" who took on the faceless men "head on" to reform...
2014/10/22 11:46
2014/10/22 11:46
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No going back: Alan Jones (second from right) celebrates a Bledisloe Cup win with the Wallabies in 1986. Show me 100 opinions of Alan Jones on 100 subjects – from climate change to multiculturalism...
2014/10/22 03:12
2014/10/22 03:12
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Food goes with everything. Whole evenings are devoted to gastroporn on SBS and the popularity of cuisine-based reality programs shows little sign of waning. Re-enter Annabel Crabb with the fourth...
2014/10/22 01:26
2014/10/22 01:26
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Gough Whitlam: David Weber recalls visiting Russia with 'fellow travellers' Gough and Margaret I happened to be saving for an overseas trip in 1994 when I saw a newspaper advertisement for an...
2014/10/30 14:24
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