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2014/10/30 06:29
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SENATOR Nova Peris, the target of a nasty leaked email campaign, today revealed she was caught up in a blackmail attempt involving a custody dispute. She told the Senate she had been warned that...
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2014/10/27 06:26
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Fat Chance The small Australian town that fought fat and won. (Geoff Thompson and Peter Cronau) Monday 13th October 2014 We know the problem. More Australians are fat and they're getting fatter....
2014/10/24 02:20
2014/10/24 02:20
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Tourism Australia knew Tourism Minister Andrew Robb and his family owned the Boathouse Palm Beach restaurant before it launched a taxpayer-funded campaign that featured the establishment as part of a...
2014/10/22 22:20
2014/10/22 22:20
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More than a year after his election, Tony Abbott's signature paid parental leave policy has stalled with Treasury officials admitting in estimates hearings that no progress has been made with states...
2014/10/22 20:57
2014/10/22 20:57
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THE resource industry has welcomed reports China will remove coal import tariffs in a free trade agreement with Australia. But unions have called it a "clever ploy" to get an upper hand on the...
2014/10/21 22:26
2014/10/21 22:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: There are few more revered figures in the Labor, and to discuss what he meant to the nation and his party, we are joined by Labor's Senate Leader Penny Wong. Penny Wong, how are you...
2014/10/20 09:22
2014/10/20 09:22
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Labor has no plans to privatise health insurer Medibank Private, Finance Minister Penny Wong has confirmed. Labor has no plans to privatise health insurer Medibank Private, Finance Minister Penny...
2014/10/20 05:12
2014/10/20 05:12
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Labor frontbenchers have attacked Finance Minister Mathias Cormann over his use of the insult "economic girly man" against Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, with one accusing him of "sounding like a...
2014/10/17 15:24
2014/10/17 15:24
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Police in a Sydney house during recent anti-terror raid: a bipartisan committee has recommended safeguards to be applied on the new anti-terrorism laws. Photo: Reuters Sweeping counterterrorism laws...
2014/10/17 07:12
2014/10/17 07:12
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Sweeping counterterrorism laws that include new offences for "advocating" terrorism and visiting terrorism hotspots could be passed by Canberra within a fortnight after the major parties broadly...
2014/10/14 13:04
2014/10/14 13:04
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ARGUMENTS against building submarines in Australia have been systematically demolished at a Senate inquiry into the future of the nation’s naval shipbuilding industry. The committee heard evidence in...
2014/10/14 12:26
2014/10/14 12:26
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Japan submarine deal risks SA ties with China: SA Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith Buying new submarines from Japan could risk damaging ties with China, SA Defence Industries Minister Martin...
2014/10/10 13:04
2014/10/10 13:04
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RETIRED Adelaide astronaut Andy Thomas has warned that buying Australia’s next generation of submarines from Japan would put our national security at risk. The highly respected expatriate has...
2014/10/09 19:05
2014/10/09 19:05
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The federal government is seeking clarity from China about its shock decision to impose new tariffs on Australian coal. China will impose from October 15 a levy of three per cent on coking coal...
2014/10/08 13:04
2014/10/08 13:04
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KINGSTON MP Amanda Rishworth is going to have a baby — and to do that, she needs a “wife”. Lucky for her, she has one in the form of her husband, Tim Walker, who is hoping to take “maternity leave”...
2014/10/06 20:24
2014/10/06 20:24
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Penny Wong was not fussed by any of her year 12 subjects, except for drama. Malcolm Turnbull loved modern and ancient history but admits maths was not his thing and Wyatt Roy, the youngest MP in...
2014/10/04 12:34
2014/10/04 12:34
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AFTER lamenting the endless stream of Labor books and self-justification last week, it is a pleasure this week to talk about two new books — showcasing wonderful South Australians — that are generous...
2014/10/02 09:12
2014/10/02 09:12
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The Australian parliament will force visitors wearing facial coverings to sit in a separate area of the public gallery shielded by glass panels. Critics argue the new security rules treat Muslim...
2014/09/30 18:44
2014/09/30 18:44
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BIG BREKKIE: The barbecue was fired up at the Holy Family School at Kelso last month for the school's annual Father’s Day breakfast. Students brought their number one man along for a special treat....
2014/09/30 18:28
2014/09/30 18:28
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If the Labour Party is to have a hope of again influencing the country’s future it must do more than indulge in navel-gazing and choosing a new leader from the average bunch on display. The rejection...
2014/10/30 06:29
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