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2014/09/15 22:17
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Royal commission hears Labor MP Cesar Melhem used $250,000 stash for union and political campaigns DANIEL Andrews has been hit by a cash-for-mates storm involving a key Labor MP accused of running a...
2014/09/15 22:17
2014/09/15 22:17
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2014/09/12 00:55
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It must be nearing crunch time for the leadership at the nation’s premier information technology research institution NICTA as it faces up to an uncertain funding future. And although senior...
2014/09/09 22:12
2014/09/09 22:12
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Microsoft is in the midst of a high-stakes battle about the reach of U.S. law enforcement into worldwide data centers. The federal government asserts rights to obtain by legal warrant emails of a...
2014/09/08 02:26
2014/09/08 02:26
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Submarine policy: Nick Xenophon urges PM to 'end the uncertainty' over SA project There would be a tsunami of job losses if the Federal Government announced Australian submarines would be made in...
2014/09/07 15:17
2014/09/07 15:17
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Dumb and Dumber: Labor MPs Tanya Plibersek and Stephen Conroy MIA over intelligence issues IT is supposed to be the parliament’s most powerful watchdog committee overseeing spy and counterterrorism...
2014/09/07 13:46
2014/09/07 13:46
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The cost-benefit analysis of the NBN, released by Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull, is a welcome addition to the debate on what sort of broadband rollout Australians want to see. But as with...
2014/09/05 04:42
2014/09/05 04:42
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Defeat came on a Saturday night in September, but one year ago, in Brisbane, Kevin Rudd faced the voters looking as serene as a country parson. The twice-former prime minister floated placidly into...
2014/09/04 14:46
2014/09/04 14:46
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KEVIN Rudd tried to establish Australia as a middle power with often tortured rhetoric, summits and speeches to the United Nations. Tony Abbott is trying to do it with muscle. He has committed...
2014/09/04 09:05
2014/09/04 09:05
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The Senate has shot down an Australian Greens attempt to have parliament approve the deployment of Australian troops to overseas conflicts. Only two other senators - independent Nick Xenophon and...
2014/09/01 05:26
2014/09/01 05:26
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Iraq crisis: Tony Abbott says 'no intention' of sending Australian troops into combat; arms shipments to begin this week Tony Abbott says Australia has "no intention" of sending combat troops to...
2014/09/01 05:13
2014/09/01 05:13
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WHEN I pre-purchased Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth on a Friday night, the game cost me $49.99, as it would have for gamers in the US or anywhere else in the world. But as of the following...
2014/09/01 02:26
2014/09/01 02:26
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Iraq crisis: Greens motion fails as David Johnson says debating troop deployment in Parliament could cost lives A Greens bid to force the Government to seek approval from the Parliament before...
2014/08/30 13:55
2014/08/30 13:55
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AS the first anniversary of the election of the Abbott government approaches, we are daily reminded of how and why Australians rejected Labor last September. Thanks in part to Paul Kelly’s...
2014/08/29 16:22
2014/08/29 16:22
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Health Services Union whistleblower Kathy Jackson has accused Labor Party leader Bill Shorten and his allies of being in a "corrupt little gang" and of circling unions like vultures to further their...
2014/08/28 20:24
2014/08/28 20:24
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IS THE end of snail mail closer than we thought? Australia Post this week launched its new "digital mailbox" with Communications Minister Stephen Conroy claiming it had the potential to revolutionise...
2014/08/28 01:46
2014/08/28 01:46
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No change to NBN plan: Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Abbott government remains committed to subsidising the roll-out of fast broadband in rural areas despite a...
2014/08/27 14:40
2014/08/27 14:40
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DEFENCE Minister David Johnston has abandoned a pre-election commitment to build 12 submarines in Adelaide and he refuses to rule out buying them from Japan. The delegation, which is believed to...
2014/08/27 12:26
2014/08/27 12:26
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MARK COLVIN: The Federal Government is trying to play down fears that Australia's next lot of submarines will be built overseas. Japanese experts have toured a ship building base in Adelaide and the...
2014/08/25 04:15
2014/08/25 04:15
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Another union with plenty to hide has revealed much through its national secretary. Anyone with even a vapour of awareness of public events knows by now that the main construction union in Australia,...
2014/08/24 03:12
2014/08/24 03:12
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HAVE YOUR SAY: Prime Minister Julia Gillard has laid responsibility for the widening Ballarat National Broadband Network asbestos scandal straight at the feet of telco giant Telstra. PRIME Minister...
2014/09/15 22:17
2014/09/15 22:17
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