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2015/03/02 04:55
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At a point where teeth-grinding over energy policy (or the lack thereof) is more or less audible, it is refreshing to have a serious view published on what Australia needs -- but depressing that it...
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2015/03/01 08:48
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Among friends: (Left to right) Federal Labor leader Bill Shorten; Tanya Plibersek; Chris Bowen; Anthony Albanese. Photo: James Alcock Suddenly, NSW Labor seems less ashamed of its past. Well, the...
2015/02/28 03:22
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The Chinese New Year is perhaps the biggest day of the year in every Asian culture throughout the region. We are celebrating Chinese New Year on Saturday in Melbourne with the Melbourne Symphony...
2015/02/28 00:07
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KINGSTON — Kingston residents have seen the light. And it was blinding. Just under a week since new lighting units were installed near Wyoming Seminary’s athletic fields at Hoyt and Chestnut streets,...
2015/02/27 02:26
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Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis warns Germany to respect sovereignty as financial reforms face parliament Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has warned Germany to respect his nation's...
2015/02/24 18:05
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Treasury boss John Fraser will get the chance to expand on his thoughts about the state of the federal budget when he appears before a Senate committee. Earlier in February, Mr Fraser warned cabinet...
2015/02/23 05:01
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What I'm Reading—Justin Clemens Justin Clemens February 23 One of the best things about summer is that everybody goes on holiday. This is something that I do not like to do, and do my best not to....
2015/02/23 04:42
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Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen is on the back foot today after his embarrassing display of ignorance regarding tax rates last night. To make him feel better, we celebrate (or mourn) the worrying history...
2015/02/20 01:55
2015/02/20 01:55
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BATHURST’S Federal member of parliament has had his political allegiances, views on police corruption, drinking habits, friendships and other personal details secretly documented by the nation’s peak...
2015/02/19 02:54
2015/02/19 02:54
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Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials Wednesday, February 18 2015 | 8:51 p.m. CST By By The Associated Press Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the United States and...
2015/02/18 08:26
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Luke Foley right to remain concerned about electricity privatisation, says Broken Hill Labor Grassroots Labor figures in far west New South Wales say the party's new state leader is right to remain...
2015/02/18 08:22
2015/02/18 08:22
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Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen is on the back foot today after his embarrassing display of ignorance regarding tax rates last night. To make him feel better, we celebrate (or mourn) the worrying history...
2015/02/18 07:41
2015/02/18 07:41
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Indonesia has postponed the transfer of six convicted drug smugglers to a prison island for execution. The authorities said the delay was due to technical problems and to allow the two Australians...
2015/02/18 04:24
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Financial system inquiry chair David Murray's report to the government said tax breaks on super and housing needed to be looked at closely in the tax white paper. Photo: Supplied The man who the...
2015/02/18 03:17
2015/02/18 03:17
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THE treasurer’s job is a brutal trap for occupants and wannabes, who need quick wit or a mass of detail — sometimes basic, often obscure — to survive. Ministers and shadow ministers these days don’t...
2015/02/17 04:05
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Six former Australian prime ministers have united to voice support for Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran as the pair await execution in Indonesia. In statements to the Australian...
2015/02/17 03:24
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Newly positioned QLD Health Minister takes a selfie of the new cabinet. Photo: Cameron Dick The new Labor ministry no doubt will be excited and motivated to get to work, but will quickly need to come...
2015/02/17 03:10
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O’Brien: we’re asking the wrong questions about Ferguson’s Hockey interview Thanks for that bit of sanity Kerry. Your reply to Colleen Ryan’s “opinions” is a much needed breath of fresh air. The...
2015/02/17 01:17
2015/02/17 01:17
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IN AN extraordinary show of bipartisanship, all of Australia’s living former prime ministers have joined the calls for Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran to be given clemency. As the ringleaders of the...
2015/02/15 20:05
2015/02/15 20:05
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Illustration: John Shakespeare. The New York Times adventurously went to Middle-earth when it needed to find and interview a renegade virtual private network (VPN) user who accesses overseas services...
2015/03/02 04:55
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