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2014/04/17 03:24
2014/04/17 03:24
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Just saw dude face from the Sydney Institute splutter through a debate of this matter on Lateline. Not a clue. He couldn't see the error in Barry's way. Same goes for Abbott. No idea. $3000 bottles...
2014/04/17 03:24
2014/04/17 03:24
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2014/04/14 21:20
2014/04/14 21:20
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Bill Shorten will announce sweeping Labor Party reforms that empower rank and file members, rein in powerbrokers' say over candidates and call for fewer factional bosses to be pre-selected for the...
2014/04/10 21:56
2014/04/10 21:56
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If he’d been willing to take more of a chance, Bob Carr might have got a crack at the prime ministership. In his Diary of a Foreign Minister, Carr recounts how NSW ALP secretary Mark Arbib urged him...
2014/04/09 00:20
2014/04/09 00:20
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Bill Morrow has formally taken the reins of NBN Co as the company undergoes a controversial transition to a multi-technology National Broadband Network. "At this significant juncture in the evolution...
2014/04/08 20:55
2014/04/08 20:55
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Major changes to the implementation of the NBN will be needed to avoid huge cost blow-outs, Communications Minister will warn. Major changes to the implementation of the national broadband network...
2014/04/01 16:05
2014/04/01 16:05
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Top secret ... The government would prefer you not see this lifeboat, nor discuss it publicly. Please. Photo: Michael Bachelard All hell broke loose when, during February's Senate estimates hearings,...
2014/03/28 23:05
2014/03/28 23:05
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Competitive: Seven Group executive chairman Kerry Stokes. Photo: Nic Walker Newspapers, radio and television will be there, but they'll be different and the companies that have long delivered their...
2014/03/28 01:05
2014/03/28 01:05
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Abbott generally comfy as sitting endsUpdated: 11:53, Friday March 28, 2014 At a recent question time Bill Shorten asked Tony Abbott 13 times about his former assistant treasurer Arthur...
2014/03/27 00:55
2014/03/27 00:55
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The members of the Senate Select Committee installed to scrutinise the National Broadband Network are seemingly at each other's throats, with the political obstinacy that has so far characterised the...
2014/03/26 01:28
2014/03/26 01:28
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Check the latest ABC News coverage Immigration Minister Scott Morrison says there will be no further investigation into asylum seekers' claims they were deliberately harmed by Navy officials during a...
2014/03/25 12:24
2014/03/25 12:24
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Former NBN deputy chair Diane Smith-Gander says she has "no regrets" about her time overseeing the construction of the national broadband network, but suggested the federal government ignored advice...
2014/03/21 05:55
2014/03/21 05:55
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It’s taken eight years, but it’s now safe to say that Twitter is now well and truly integrated in Australian society. It drives the news agenda, has proven essential during any kind of crisis and it’s...
2014/03/21 00:17
2014/03/21 00:17
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LABOR Senator Stephen Conroy has come face to face with a top military official he accused of being part of a political cover-up, during a less heated hearing about Australian breaches of Indonesian...
2014/03/17 09:26
2014/03/17 09:26
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott's office defends use of political banner on military base The Prime Minister's office has defended the use of a Liberal Party banner during a campaign event at an RAAF...
2014/03/14 22:55
2014/03/14 22:55
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We seem to be in very strange waters at the moment. Consumer confidence figures show that Australians are increasingly worried about the future, despite the fact that job numbers came in much better...
2014/03/14 00:56
2014/03/14 00:56
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The Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced an independent audit of the national broadband network that will focus on the public policy process that led to the National Broadband...
2014/03/13 19:55
2014/03/13 19:55
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The pressure on NBN Co’s interim satellite service has evidently reached critical mass with talk that SingTel-Optus may soon become the beneficiary of some more money, courtesy of NBN Co. According...
2014/03/13 14:17
2014/03/13 14:17
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AUSTRALIA’S top ranking officer, Defence Chief General David Hurley, has warned Tasmanian Senator-elect and former soldier Jacqui Lambie against using the media to criticise the military. In an...
2014/04/17 03:24
2014/04/17 03:24
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