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2015/07/05 09:24
2015/07/05 09:24
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Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal dance group performs the traditional Welcome to Country at the 2015 Asia Pacific Cities Summit in Brisbane. Photo: Cameron Atfield Brisbane played host to its biggest...
2015/07/05 09:24
2015/07/05 09:24
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2015/07/03 07:12
2015/07/03 07:12
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Jesuit priest Father Frank Brennan knows it's hard to convince Australians to change, but he believes there's a way forward to achieve constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians. A...
2015/07/02 07:28
2015/07/02 07:28
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Want a T-shirt signed by Kevin Rudd? It will set you back a mere $800. What about a poster signed by Julia Gillard? That'll be $700, thanks. Want a T-shirt signed by Kevin Rudd? It will set you back...
2015/07/01 14:47
2015/07/01 14:47
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SYDNEY is where it is at. Trust me, I’m a Melburnian. You don’t know how good you have it up there. You don’t have to ­remember what shape the sun is and you’re not expected to listen to someone...
2015/06/30 01:23
2015/06/30 01:23
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Labor launches $30,000 crowd-funding campaign for new Labor Herald newsletter The Australian Labor Party has launched a new crowd-funding campaign to help fund its new newsletter The Labor Herald,...
2015/06/29 12:59
2015/06/29 12:59
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AUSTRALIAN dictionaries after the next federal election could well have a new definition of irony. Forget about the arcane “opposite and unintended effects”. We could instead see an ABC logo next to...
2015/06/27 19:05
2015/06/27 19:05
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott will be promoting the potential of Australia's 'great north' in Singapore. Mr Abbott will meet Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong over an Aussie-style barbecue on...
2015/06/24 13:28
2015/06/24 13:28
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CURTIS Pitt will attempt to channel famed Federal Labor leaders Bob “The Silver Bodgie” Hawke and Paul Keating in next month’s State Budget through a suite of “innovative” reforms. The Queensland...
2015/06/23 20:29
2015/06/23 20:29
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Industry of red tape thrives on doubt: Modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the "industry of red tape" thrives on doubt, while the "road with red carpet" is built on trust as he...
2015/06/23 02:43
2015/06/23 02:43
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When the Liberal party went into meltdown in early February 2015, I was in Africa. On the day of the vote on the leadership spill, I was in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, a truly fascinating nation....
2015/06/22 14:47
2015/06/22 14:47
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WHEN Madonna, now aged 56, first toured Australia in November 1993, her local fans were already impatient. We’d missed three tours here, 1985’s iconic Virgin Tour, 1987’s Who’s That Girl tour and...
2015/06/22 03:47
2015/06/22 03:47
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A MAN seen running from a Western Sydney bakery as an explosion rips through the front windows is being sought by police as they investigate the suspected arson. Narrowly escaping the blast, the man...
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2015/06/21 11:55
2015/06/21 11:55
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It was an impossible photo to set up. Then all seven subjects, all Australian prime ministers, were standing before him. Gough Whitlam State Memorial ServiceThousands paid tribute to Australia's...
2015/06/20 17:22
2015/06/20 17:22
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With the spotlight of a royal commission focused on him, will the machine Shorten has directed so skilfully over the years turn and chew up its master? Oakleigh, south-east Melbourne, 1985. A...
2015/06/20 14:20
2015/06/20 14:20
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A school leaver could earn more on a building site as a labourer than an apprentice. But what future does that give them, asks Skills Minister John Barilaro Plunging apprentice numbers must be...
2015/06/20 00:18
2015/06/20 00:18
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Illustration: Glen le Lievre The pantomime of Nope-a-Dope and Mr Shortly still has a week to run in our national Parliament (at least for the time being) in what the ABC pretends is the Killing...
2015/06/19 16:15
2015/06/19 16:15
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Plans to allow private operators to fence off large swaths of a new headland park at Barangaroo have been slammed as a "prostitution" of public land to those who will pay "top dollar". Plans to allow...
2015/06/19 15:45
2015/06/19 15:45
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Call them "diplo-mates". The Abbott government has dispatched three former Liberal politicians to key ambassadorial jobs overseas, already equalling in 20 months the number of Labor politicians posted...
2015/06/19 02:24
2015/06/19 02:24
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... rose at inflation in Sydney and Melbourne. Perth dropped something like 20% and...
2015/06/17 14:28
2015/06/17 14:28
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THAT almost two million Australians have watched the first two episodes of the ABC-TV documentary The Killing Season reflects the unsatisfactory way these events occurred and how the Labor party had...
2015/07/05 09:24
2015/07/05 09:24
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