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2014/11/14 15:12
2014/11/14 15:12
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Are there no limits to the amount of control that this current federal government seeks to hold over every aspect of our lives and how much money it can absorb from every little nook and cranny of...
2014/11/14 15:12
2014/11/14 15:12
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2014/11/12 02:17
2014/11/12 02:17
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South Australia Subs boost for SA — Defence Minister David Johnston rules out ‘off the shelf’ submarine purchase Defence Minister David Johnston says off-the-shelf subs cannot meet Australia’s...
2014/11/10 00:55
2014/11/10 00:55
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The Communication Minister Malcolm Turnbull gave a speech recently at the inaugural Ovum 2020 Summit and, whether you listened to the speech or read the transcript later, there was a distinct touch of...
2014/11/06 06:20
2014/11/06 06:20
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Stephen Conroy speaking in Wodonga yesterday with Jennifer Podesta. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK THE federal government needs to provide a clearer case for accessing people’s web browsing history, says...
2014/11/04 00:19
2014/11/04 00:19
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Major telcos may be hit with a penalty of $2 million should they fail to comply with a new customer service guarantee (CSG) standard established by the Federal Government in an effort to shield...
2014/11/02 21:19
2014/11/02 21:19
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WODONGA has had its fair share of political faces visit in recent months, but according to its local Labor Party members, there’s only one that matters. WODONGA has had its fair share of political...
2014/11/02 20:24
2014/11/02 20:24
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Illustration: John Shakespeare. There are few things in business that are truly black and white. But CBD might observe that Derby Day is one that comes close. The monochromatically themed Melbourne...
2014/10/31 05:10
2014/10/31 05:10
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Ask why we have an ABC, and there two ways of answering the question. One is historical — to do with the fact that nearly 82 years ago the government of the day decided that a national broadcaster was...
2014/10/30 13:47
2014/10/30 13:47
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FEDERAL Attorney-General George Brandis yesterday sought to calm concerns over the possibility that journalists could be ­ensnared by the government’s new anti-terrorist legislation. In so doing, he —...
2014/10/29 01:19
2014/10/29 01:19
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Australia's corporate watchdog has admitted to inadvertently blocking access to about 250,000 innocuous websites in addition to the 1200 it had already accidentally censored. ASIC made the concession...
2014/10/28 19:55
2014/10/28 19:55
23d
Is Malcolm Turnbull now in a similar position to the one Stephen Conroy found himself in back in 2009? At that time – under the pressure of destructive political opposition from Tony Abbott, who...
2014/10/28 08:07
2014/10/28 08:07
24d
Labor is demanding to know if Australian special forces could end up working with Iranian forces fighting Islamic State terrorists in Iraq. Shadow defence minister Stephen Conroy says the possibility...
2014/10/22 13:23
2014/10/22 13:23
30d
The controversy over the pay and conditions of Australia's 57,000 sailors, soldiers and Air Force personnel that has been raging for two weeks, continues. The federal government has denied it is...
2014/10/21 23:06
2014/10/21 23:06
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Lying, misleading and acting in contempt of the senate. NBN Co chief executive Ziggy Switkowski was accused of all of the above and more by Labor senator Stephen Conroy during a fiery senate...
2014/10/20 06:10
2014/10/20 06:10
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The only significant influence on the ABC’s evolution has been money, but in a roundabout way. Under the Howard government, the ABC eventually recovered all the funding it had lost in the savage cuts...
2014/10/20 02:26
2014/10/20 02:26
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Labor claim Parliamentary Budget Office figures show Government planned for higher wage offer for Defence personnel The Opposition says it has unearthed figures that show the Federal Government was...
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 12:04
2014/10/17 12:04
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BUYING a new generation submarine from Japan is too high risk according to the nation’s peak submarine body, as the Defence Minister argues that SA will benefit greatly, no matter what the...
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...
2014/10/17 01:04
2014/10/17 01:04
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AUSTRALIA’s defence minister has sounded out Japan about co-operating in our submarine program, despite a warning that other countries would keep their best technology secret and flog us something...
2014/11/14 15:12
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