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2015/04/24 14:48
2015/04/24 14:48
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Former prime minister Paul Keating at the book launch yesterday where he challenged the Gallipoli narrative. Photo: Mick Moir FORMER prime minister Paul Keating has challenged one of the nation's...
2015/04/24 14:48
2015/04/24 14:48
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2015/04/24 03:05
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After 24 years of growth, the question is: Has Australia had it too good for too long? Photo: Virginia Star Even for a country with a history of commodity booms, this one was gargantuan. Over the...
2015/04/23 21:18
2015/04/23 21:18
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Soldiers on the beach at Anzac Cove. While much of the country gears up for the centenary of the landing at the Gallipoli, commemorating the campaign where 9000 Australian lives were lost, many...
2015/04/23 14:07
2015/04/23 14:07
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KINGSTON — The owners of an auto repair business said Tuesday that parking restrictions near their garage will probably force them to find a new location. Kingston Council Monday approved changes to...
2015/04/23 00:20
2015/04/23 00:20
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Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell in Wolf Hall. If you didn't/couldn't watch Wolf Hall this week you need to remedy that situation, quickly. It's just too easy to compare Game of Thrones and Wolf...
2015/04/21 17:07
2015/04/21 17:07
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Tribute paid to Essex classical music industry legend Brian CouzensBrian Couzens Tribute has been paid to a classical music industry legend who died last week. To send a link to this page to a...
2015/04/19 22:26
2015/04/19 22:26
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Every country has it's "memorial day", and despite the obvious deficiencies with the memory of a military defeat, Anzac Day is probably as good as any other for Australians. That picture of the...
2015/04/18 15:55
2015/04/18 15:55
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The original Anzacs were flawed and at-times scared men, but when called upon they did themselves and Australia proud. As we approach the shores of the Gallipoli centenary, those drums you can hear...
2015/04/17 16:13
2015/04/17 16:13
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Let's take a glass-half-full look at the push to recognise Indigenous Australians in the country's founding document and, in the words of Tony Abbott, finally "atone for the omissions and for the...
2015/04/15 20:55
2015/04/15 20:55
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Australia has a retirement system that may or may not meet future needs. The Intergenerational Report makes clear that the ageing population will place heavy pressure on future governments, with the...
2015/04/13 07:28
2015/04/13 07:28
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Ten million Australians are members of their local public library, and one million are enrolled at university[1],[2],[3]. However, in 2015, public libraries and universities are sharing a challenge –...
2015/04/12 07:55
2015/04/12 07:55
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Christopher Pyne counts calories. Obsessively. The Education Minister admits his use of the calorie monitoring app, MyFitnessPal, verges on an addiction. He is among a large group of MPs who are...
2015/04/09 16:49
2015/04/09 16:49
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Everything you ever wanted to know about Bill Clinton and his extra-marital affairs… or did you? ‘Clinton The Musical’:http://clintonthemusical.com/, which has just premiered off Broadway, depicts...
2015/04/08 22:24
2015/04/08 22:24
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THOMAS George has declared he will govern for all people, regardless of how they voted. In what turned out to be the closest contest in the recent NSW election, Mr George has been returned as the...
2015/04/08 20:07
2015/04/08 20:07
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KINGSTON — Borough officials used Monday night’s regular council meeting to assure residents that the borough’s many potholes would be filled, but requested patience. Several officials noted that the...
2015/04/07 15:57
2015/04/07 15:57
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Tax breaks enjoyed by mainly wealthy superannuation account holders are costing the federal budget $6 billion a year in lost revenue, independent analysis shows. Tax breaks enjoyed by mainly wealthy...
2015/04/07 10:22
2015/04/07 10:22
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It is still four months until the public will get its first chance to visit Barangaroo's headland park, but the area appears to have passed what might be its toughest test. It is still three months...
2015/04/05 14:19
2015/04/05 14:19
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Gough Whitlam in 1975. Gough Whitlam, right, with his father, Fred, mother, Martha and sister, Freda, circa 1924. Gough Whitlam, centre, with members of his RAAF bomber aircrew. Gough Whitlam...
2015/04/05 00:18
2015/04/05 00:18
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Betty Churcher saw herself as the custodian of a public collection with a duty to give audiences the best possible service. Photo: John Tsiavis Betty Churcher recognised that art can be an...
2015/04/04 01:44
2015/04/04 01:44
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Some of the world's best known leaders have their say on what leadership is and how it looks to them in Part 5 of our series on leadership... Nelson Mandela was arguably one of the world's most loved...
2015/04/24 14:48
2015/04/24 14:48
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