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Canberra Times
Shrug off Hanson's anticsmarriage reform Proponents of same-sex marriage need to be very wary of a low
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
marriage reform Proponents of same-sex marriage need to be very wary of a low turnout for the upcoming postal plebiscite. Peter Martin ("Weighing up postal poll", August 17, p16) writes that "Malcolm Turnbull expects roughly half of those eligible... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Jail for men who used victims' tools to break into 25 housesusing the owners' own tools were sent to prison on Friday (August 18). Rhys Co
Surrey Advertiser / Posted yesterday
using the owners' own tools were sent to prison on Friday (August 18). Rhys Colley, 26, of Sandringham Road, Bromley, and Peter Martin, 24, of Delamere Crescent, Croydon, broke into houses in the Tandridge area between September and December... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Shrug off Hanson's anticsmarriage reform Proponents of same-sex marriage need to be very wary of a low
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
marriage reform Proponents of same-sex marriage need to be very wary of a low turnout for the upcoming postal plebiscite. Peter Martin ("Weighing up postal poll", August 17, p16) writes that "Malcolm Turnbull expects roughly half of those eligible... Read more
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The Age
Shrug off Hanson's anticsmarriage reform Proponents of same-sex marriage need to be very wary of a low
The Age / Posted yesterday
marriage reform Proponents of same-sex marriage need to be very wary of a low turnout for the upcoming postal plebiscite. Peter Martin ("Weighing up postal poll", August 17, p16) writes that "Malcolm Turnbull expects roughly half of those eligible... Read more
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Canberra Times
Same-sex marriage: there is one good thing about the postal plebiscitethe poll is representative; whether older Australians, or women or men or West
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
the poll is representative; whether older Australians, or women or men or West Australians are over or under represented. If they are, if the results are "rubbish", the Bureau will have made sure we know. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Same-sex marriage: there is one good thing about the postal plebiscitethe poll is representative; whether older Australians, or women or men or West
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
the poll is representative; whether older Australians, or women or men or West Australians are over or under represented. If they are, if the results are "rubbish", the Bureau will have made sure we know. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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4d
The Age
Same-sex marriage: there is one good thing about the postal plebiscitethe poll is representative; whether older Australians, or women or men or West
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
the poll is representative; whether older Australians, or women or men or West Australians are over or under represented. If they are, if the results are "rubbish", the Bureau will have made sure we know. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Whiteface Club championsafter being crowned as golf champions at the Whiteface Club and Resort in Lake
Lake Placid News / Posted 4 days ago
after being crowned as golf champions at the Whiteface Club and Resort in Lake Placid. Bell and Gnall finished tied for the men’s title and were declared co-champions by PGA professional J. Peter Martin. Ward captured the ladies club champi... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Number of Tennessee seniors hospitalized due to opioids triplesor incoherent.” Experts said family members and doctors are more likely to ove
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 5 days ago
or incoherent.” Experts said family members and doctors are more likely to overlook addiction in seniors. In addition, Dr. Peter Martin, a psychiatrist and director of the Vanderbilt Addiction Center, says no one in the past worried about seniors... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bishop hypocritical to criticise North Koreafrom the past prepared to speak out against their own party's policy on refugee
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
from the past prepared to speak out against their own party's policy on refugees? Zeny Giles New LambtonTurnbull's NBN Peter Martin claims that Turnbull is not to blame for the state of the NBN he designed ("Dodgy from start: why we can't blame... Read more
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The Age
Bishop hypocritical to criticise North Koreafrom the past prepared to speak out against their own party's policy on refugee
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
from the past prepared to speak out against their own party's policy on refugees? Zeny Giles New LambtonTurnbull's NBN Peter Martin claims that Turnbull is not to blame for the state of the NBN he designed ("Dodgy from start: why we can't blame... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bishop hypocritical to criticise North Koreafrom the past prepared to speak out against their own party's policy on refugee
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
from the past prepared to speak out against their own party's policy on refugees? Zeny Giles New LambtonTurnbull's NBN Peter Martin claims that Turnbull is not to blame for the state of the NBN he designed ("Dodgy from start: why we can't blame... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dodgy from the start: don't blame Turnbull for Labor's flawed NBNSwan and Morrison, we'll start wondering why we ever thought we could spend up
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
Swan and Morrison, we'll start wondering why we ever thought we could spend up big replacing what for many is a perfectly good service instead of spending less and zeroing in on the people who needed help. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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The Age
Dodgy from the start: don't blame Turnbull for Labor's flawed NBNSwan and Morrison, we'll start wondering why we ever thought we could spend up
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
Swan and Morrison, we'll start wondering why we ever thought we could spend up big replacing what for many is a perfectly good service instead of spending less and zeroing in on the people who needed help. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dodgy from the start: don't blame Turnbull for Labor's flawed NBNSwan and Morrison, we'll start wondering why we ever thought we could spend up
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Swan and Morrison, we'll start wondering why we ever thought we could spend up big replacing what for many is a perfectly good service instead of spending less and zeroing in on the people who needed help. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor must decide how to handle postal vote: GrattanElectoral Commission officers seconded to it. The money will come from the Fina
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
Electoral Commission officers seconded to it. The money will come from the Finance Minister's Advance. Fairfax's Peter Martin writes: "At a cost of $122 million, the postal plebiscite would become the second-biggest project [the ABS has]... Read more
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Western Advocate
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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Kiama Independent
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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Manning River Times
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
Manning River Times / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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The North West Star
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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Daily Liberal
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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The Border Mail
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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The Courier
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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The Young Witness
If it gets up, the gay marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSjust as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt t
The Young Witness / Posted 12 days ago
just as likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval, is the proposal that the High Court would very seriously consider saying no. Peter Martin is economics editor of The A... Read more
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The Age
It it gets up, the same-sex marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSis that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around th
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need for parliamentary approval is the proposal, that the High Court would have to consider a challenge very seriously. Peter Martin is economics editor of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
It it gets up, the same-sex marriage postal plebiscite could break the ABSlikely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get ar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
likely is that it won't happen. So bizarre, and so obvious an attempt to get around the need parliamentary approval is the proposal, that the High Court would have to consider a challenge very seriously. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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The Age
When it comes to electricity, the joke's on usa changed bill for months. It's the same with mortgages: the dollars are identi
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
a changed bill for months. It's the same with mortgages: the dollars are identical and the savings take a while to flow through. We're wired for novelty. If the dollars are dull, we won't pick them up. Peter Martin is economics editor of Th... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
When it comes to electricity, the joke's on usa changed bill for months. It's the same with mortgages: the dollars are identi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
a changed bill for months. It's the same with mortgages: the dollars are identical and the savings take a while to flow through. We're wired for novelty. If the dollars are dull, we won't pick them up. Peter Martin is economics editor of Th... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
ANNE ELSPETH RECTOR: Overlooking rich historyfirst loyal allies of the British to arrive on Quinte shores, at namesake Deser
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 14 days ago
first loyal allies of the British to arrive on Quinte shores, at namesake Deseronto. Nearby, respected Indigenous doctor Peter Martin Oronhyatekha is honoured at his burial site of Christchurch; Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal of the Mohawk. The... Read more
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Canberra Times
It All Adds up Podcast: Bill shock explained. The three things driving up electricity pricesleading commentators – economics editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, Ross Gitt
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
leading commentators – economics editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, Ross Gittins, and economics editor of The Age, Peter Martin – to investigate. They identify three components of electricity bills - all of which have put upward pressure... Read more
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Fortune
How the World's Biggest Cyberheist Was Laundered by a Baccarat Bingethe cops said, “Don’t bother calling a lawyer.” Katz is the legal enforcement
Fortune / Posted 16 days ago
the cops said, “Don’t bother calling a lawyer.” Katz is the legal enforcement team leader for Europe. Fan writes about China from Shanghai. With assistance from Simon Lee, Daniela Wei, Rachel Chang, Michael Riley, Peter Martin, and Norman P. Aqu... Read more
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The Age
NAPLAN tests: Blame the use of iPads in the lower gradesthe problem or absolve us from addressing it. Avery Poole, RichmondA very blea
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
the problem or absolve us from addressing it. Avery Poole, RichmondA very bleak future The HILDA survey, as discussed by Peter Martin (Comment, 3/8), provided a sombre overview of how many of the middle-class are struggling to make ends meet. If... Read more
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The Age
It All Adds up Podcast: Bill shock explained. The three things driving up electricity pricesleading commentators – economics editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, Ross Gitt
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
leading commentators – economics editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, Ross Gittins, and economics editor of The Age, Peter Martin – to investigate. They identify three components of electricity bills - all of which have put upward pressure... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
It All Adds up Podcast: Bill shock explained. The three things driving up electricity pricesleading commentators – economics editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, Ross Gitt
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
leading commentators – economics editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, Ross Gittins, and economics editor of The Age, Peter Martin – to investigate. They identify three components of electricity bills - all of which have put upward pressure... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Historic Auckland-Wellington Route Revived for 2017 Targa NZdown the, considerably shorter, main truck railway line, by over three hours."I
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 17 days ago
down the, considerably shorter, main truck railway line, by over three hours."It's uncanny isn’t it," says Event Director Peter Martin. "We've been following in the wheel tracks of some fantastic local history and its only now that it has come to... Read more
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Canberra Times
HILDA. Why we're suddenly concerned about inequality. Things have stopped getting bettercountry. But it isn't absolute wealth (or even relative inequality) that matter
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
country. But it isn't absolute wealth (or even relative inequality) that matters most when it comes to our feelings. It's whether or not things are getting better. HILDA suggests they are getting worse. Peter Martin is economics editor of Th... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
HILDA. Why we're suddenly concerned about inequality. Things have stopped getting bettercountry. But it isn't absolute wealth (or even relative inequality) that matter
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
country. But it isn't absolute wealth (or even relative inequality) that matters most when it comes to our feelings. It's whether or not things are getting better. HILDA suggests they are getting worse. Peter Martin is economics editor of Th... Read more
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The Age
HILDA. Why we're suddenly concerned about inequality. Things have stopped getting bettercountry. But it isn't absolute wealth (or even relative inequality) that matter
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
country. But it isn't absolute wealth (or even relative inequality) that matters most when it comes to our feelings. It's whether or not things are getting better. HILDA suggests they are getting worse. Peter Martin is economics editor of Th... Read more
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Weekly Times
Qld's top cop planning to retire: unionis believed they include Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Ka
Weekly Times / Posted 20 days ago
is believed they include Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Katarina Carroll and QPS Deputy Commissioners Peter Martin, Steve Gollschewski and Brett Pointing. Mr Leavers said he had been informed Mr Stewart only intended to serve... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Qld's top cop planning to retire: unionis believed they include Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Ka
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 days ago
is believed they include Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Katarina Carroll and QPS Deputy Commissioners Peter Martin, Steve Gollschewski and Brett Pointing. Mr Leavers said he had been informed Mr Stewart only intended to serve... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Qld's top cop planning to retire: unionis believed they include Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Ka
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
is believed they include Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Katarina Carroll and QPS Deputy Commissioners Peter Martin, Steve Gollschewski and Brett Pointing. Mr Leavers said he had been informed Mr Stewart only intended to serve... Read more
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The Age
Teaching religion: Danger of promoting a particular belieflost sight of their responsibilities. Bye-bye, my 45-year Liberals vote. Mel G
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
lost sight of their responsibilities. Bye-bye, my 45-year Liberals vote. Mel Green, Glen WaverleyVote to change 44 As Peter Martin so eloquently states, section 44 of the constitution is absurd in a country that is "overwhelmingly foreign"... Read more
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Canberra Times
Citizenship rules make no sense since most of us come from somewhere elseapart from the few First Australians whose families have avoided intermarriage.
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
apart from the few First Australians whose families have avoided intermarriage. There's room for debate about the size of Australia's population, but not room for debate about whether we are Australian. Peter Martin is economics editor of Th... Read more
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Canberra Times
CPI: Egg on faces as forecasters reassess prospects of rate hikelow for some time.St George economists Futures pricing after the speech and af
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
low for some time.St George economists Futures pricing after the speech and after the low inflation number had no possibility of a rate rise until November, and no fully-priced hike until September 2018. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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WA Today
Egg on faces as forecasters flunk on inflationlow for some time.St George economists Futures pricing after the speech and af
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
low for some time.St George economists Futures pricing after the speech and after the low inflation number had no possibility of a rate rise until November, and no fully-priced hike until September 2018. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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The Age
CPI: Egg on faces as forecasters reassess prospects of rate hikelow for some time.St George economists Futures pricing after the speech and af
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
low for some time.St George economists Futures pricing after the speech and after the low inflation number had no possibility of a rate rise until November, and no fully-priced hike until September 2018. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
CPI: Egg on faces as forecasters reassess prospects of rate hikelow for some time.St George economists Futures pricing after the speech and af
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
low for some time.St George economists Futures pricing after the speech and after the low inflation number had no possibility of a rate rise until November, and no fully-priced hike until September 2018. Peter Martin is economics editor of The... Read more
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