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2014/07/23 05:29
2014/07/23 05:29
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THEY are the moments politicians wish they could take back. A wrong word, a joke that fell very flat, a silly dance, or an outburst captured on camera. It will be a long time before people forget...
2014/07/23 05:29
2014/07/23 05:29
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2014/07/23 03:26
2014/07/23 03:26
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Treasurer Joe Hockey wanted heavier budget cuts, book reveals; Abbott responsible for more cautious approach Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey says his predecessors Peter Costello and Paul Keating...
2014/07/22 21:34
2014/07/22 21:34
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IT'S that time of year again, when no matter how honest you are the temptation to cheat is almost irresistible. That's right, it's tax time. Soon I'll drag out our financial documents shoebox, blow...
2014/07/22 12:04
2014/07/22 12:04
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GREAT sporting moments can uplift a nation but very few challenge and change the way a nation thinks. Long before she won our hearts with a stunning 400m win at the Sydney Olympics Cathy Freeman did...
2014/07/20 20:24
2014/07/20 20:24
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott's success in scrapping the carbon tax last week has not arrested his government's poll slide, with Labor's primary support jumping three points and voters still favouring...
2014/07/18 18:57
2014/07/18 18:57
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KEVIN Rudd was a "Grade A arsehole", Bob Hawke went from being the nation's best prime minister to one of the worst and Clive Palmer is running the country. These were among the frank observations...
2014/07/18 14:37
2014/07/18 14:37
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In repealing the carbon tax Tony Abbott consistently reminds people they voted to scrap the tax and he has a mandate (‘‘After seven years and confounding three leaders, the carbon tax is dead, buried...
2014/07/18 14:31
2014/07/18 14:31
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THERE is now a political consensus that South Australia cannot afford to continue with business as usual. After an election where voters delivered no clear winner and key economic indicators show the...
2014/07/17 15:16
2014/07/17 15:16
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THE thought of him naked may be too much to bear. Fortunately, it is only in metaphor that the self-proclaimed emperor from Queensland has been ­shown to have no clothes. It has taken some time, but...
2014/07/17 11:45
2014/07/17 11:45
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Customers of Google Play beware! Developers might have unauthorized access to your personal information. According to an Australian developer Dan Nolan, " every App purchase you make on Google Play...
2014/07/17 08:00
2014/07/17 08:00
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Hot asphalt steamed out the back of a recycling machine that Hazleton Highway Foreman Frank Vito said could patch potholes and pay for itself in a year if the city bought one. Vito and other city...
2014/07/17 04:44
2014/07/17 04:44
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While researching this article, a Google search of ‘is superannuation worthwhile’ produced 1.5 million results. If you exclude the sites written by institutions, financial planners and other industry...
2014/07/17 00:12
2014/07/17 00:12
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Despite the horrors an unpopular budget and a hung Senate have created for the Abbott government, I can't help but think that over the longer term, the Labor opposition is letting its opponents off...
2014/07/16 05:57
2014/07/16 05:57
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SYDNEY: Global press baron Rupert Murdoch has urged Australia to be open to immigrants and engage more deeply with Asia, as he celebrated 50 years of the national newspaper he founded, The Australian....
2014/07/16 03:06
2014/07/16 03:06
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Australia should be open to immigrants and take advantage of its 'fortunate geography' in Asia, media mogul Rupert Murdoch says. The News Corp executive chairman was speaking at a high-powered gala...
2014/07/16 01:27
2014/07/16 01:27
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The essential thing about The Australian is that it's a paper for a nation. The essential thing about The Australian is that it's a paper for a nation. Every other newspaper serves a city. The...
2014/07/16 00:17
2014/07/16 00:17
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FOR half a century it has ­observed, commented on and kept honest Australia’s politicians, powerbrokers and ­influential business leaders. Last night they turned out in force to celebrate the 50th...
2014/07/15 21:56
2014/07/15 21:56
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When Paul Keating embarked on the reforms that became known as the ‘super guarantee’ in 1992, blokes were still a reassuringly unhealthy bunch, dutifully drinking, eating and smoking themselves to...
2014/07/15 14:46
2014/07/15 14:46
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Rupert, Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch arrive for the party to celebrate The Australian's 50th anniversary. Photo: James Brickwood As a fleet of limousines and shiny government cars disgorged their VIP...
2014/07/15 11:32
2014/07/15 11:32
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FIRST we had Campbell, then Wallis and now we are getting Murray. Will our “new Murray financial system” give you the sort of things you want from our banks and other financial institutions? That’s,...
2014/07/23 05:29
2014/07/23 05:29
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