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Northern Daily Leader
Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not therenext four years. Cormann and Morrison penciled in $19.27 billion on the basis o
Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not there
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
next four years. Cormann and Morrison penciled in $19.27 billion on the basis of an ill-defined commitment to restore cuts Tanya Plibersek made a year ago in a Newcastle radio interview. On Sunday she released the actual policy, but Cormann and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not therenext four years. Cormann and Morrison penciled in $19.27 billion on the basis o
Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not there
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 hours ago
next four years. Cormann and Morrison penciled in $19.27 billion on the basis of an ill-defined commitment to restore cuts Tanya Plibersek made a year ago in a Newcastle radio interview. On Sunday she released the actual policy, but Cormann and... Read more
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6h
Western Advocate
Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not therenext four years. Cormann and Morrison penciled in $19.27 billion on the basis o
Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not there
Western Advocate / Posted 6 hours ago
next four years. Cormann and Morrison penciled in $19.27 billion on the basis of an ill-defined commitment to restore cuts Tanya Plibersek made a year ago in a Newcastle radio interview. On Sunday she released the actual policy, but Cormann and... Read more
17 related stories
6h
The North West Star
Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not therenext four years. Cormann and Morrison penciled in $19.27 billion on the basis o
Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not there
The North West Star / Posted 6 hours ago
next four years. Cormann and Morrison penciled in $19.27 billion on the basis of an ill-defined commitment to restore cuts Tanya Plibersek made a year ago in a Newcastle radio interview. On Sunday she released the actual policy, but Cormann and... Read more
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8h
News.com.au
‘Ca-ching’: Why we’re not buying the election promisesBill Shorten's budget black hole gets deeper and darker Liberal Party of Austra
‘Ca-ching’: Why we’re not buying the election promises
News.com.au / Posted 8 hours ago
Bill Shorten's budget black hole gets deeper and darker Liberal Party of Australia Youtube Labor’s deputy leader Tanya Plibersek is skewered in a new campaign ad. THE Liberals will be delighted if debate over the final five weeks of the election... Read more
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9h
Perth Now
‘Ka-ching’: We’re not buying itto $35 billion. But the ad hit the point many voters were aware of. It featur
‘Ka-ching’: We’re not buying it
Perth Now / Posted 9 hours ago
to $35 billion. But the ad hit the point many voters were aware of. It featured Labor leader Bill Shorten and deputy Tanya Plibersek announcing projects. At each announcement the audio was taken over by “ca-ching”, the universal sound effect... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘Ka-ching’: We’re not buying itto $35 billion. But the ad hit the point many voters were aware of. It featur
‘Ka-ching’: We’re not buying it
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 hours ago
to $35 billion. But the ad hit the point many voters were aware of. It featured Labor leader Bill Shorten and deputy Tanya Plibersek announcing projects. At each announcement the audio was taken over by “ca-ching”, the universal sound effect... Read more
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9h
Herald Sun
‘Ka-ching’: We’re not buying itto $35 billion. But the ad hit the point many voters were aware of. It featur
‘Ka-ching’: We’re not buying it
Herald Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
to $35 billion. But the ad hit the point many voters were aware of. It featured Labor leader Bill Shorten and deputy Tanya Plibersek announcing projects. At each announcement the audio was taken over by “ca-ching”, the universal sound effect... Read more
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9h
The Courier Mail
‘Ka-ching’: We’re not buying itto $35 billion. But the ad hit the point many voters were aware of. It featur
‘Ka-ching’: We’re not buying it
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
to $35 billion. But the ad hit the point many voters were aware of. It featured Labor leader Bill Shorten and deputy Tanya Plibersek announcing projects. At each announcement the audio was taken over by “ca-ching”, the universal sound effect... Read more
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16h
The Morning Bulletin
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 16 hours ago
claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian people". Shadow foreign affairs minister Tanya Plibersek also refuted Mr Morrison's claim Labor would reverse a $19 billion cut to foreign aid, saying the Opposition... Read more
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17h
Daily Examiner
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'
Daily Examiner / Posted 17 hours ago
claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian people". Shadow foreign affairs minister Tanya Plibersek also refuted Mr Morrison's claim Labor would reverse a $19 billion cut to foreign aid, saying the Opposition... Read more
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17h
Northern Star
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'
Northern Star / Posted 17 hours ago
claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian people". Shadow foreign affairs minister Tanya Plibersek also refuted Mr Morrison's claim Labor would reverse a $19 billion cut to foreign aid, saying the Opposition... Read more
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17h
The Daily Mercury
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'
The Daily Mercury / Posted 17 hours ago
claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian people". Shadow foreign affairs minister Tanya Plibersek also refuted Mr Morrison's claim Labor would reverse a $19 billion cut to foreign aid, saying the Opposition... Read more
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17h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 hours ago
claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian people". Shadow foreign affairs minister Tanya Plibersek also refuted Mr Morrison's claim Labor would reverse a $19 billion cut to foreign aid, saying the Opposition... Read more
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17h
Queensland Times
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'
Queensland Times / Posted 17 hours ago
claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian people". Shadow foreign affairs minister Tanya Plibersek also refuted Mr Morrison's claim Labor would reverse a $19 billion cut to foreign aid, saying the Opposition... Read more
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17h
News Mail
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian
Federal debates centres on $67 billion 'black hole'
News Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
claims were riddled with errors and the government was "lying to the Australian people". Shadow foreign affairs minister Tanya Plibersek also refuted Mr Morrison's claim Labor would reverse a $19 billion cut to foreign aid, saying the Opposition... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Government 'lying' about Labor's $67b budget 'black hole': Tony Burkemuch as $62 billion". Senator Cormann denied it was misleading to include the
Government 'lying' about Labor's $67b budget 'black hole': Tony Burke
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
much as $62 billion". Senator Cormann denied it was misleading to include the aid figure in the black hole estimate. "If Tanya Plibersek wants to come out today and say they're no longer committed to restoring the funding cuts, that's fine, we'll... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spendingone of the biggest single contributors to the opposition's budget black hole.
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spending
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
one of the biggest single contributors to the opposition's budget black hole. Senator Cormann says Labor's deputy leader Tanya Plibersek had committed to the $19.2 billion figure in 2015, taking the total black hole to $67 billion. Labor... Read more
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Weekly Times
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spendingby Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. S
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spending
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
by Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. Senator Cormann said Labor's deputy leader Tanya Plibersek had committed to the $19.2 billion figure in 2015, taking the total black hole to $67 billion. However, the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spendingby Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. S
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spending
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
by Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. Senator Cormann said Labor's deputy leader Tanya Plibersek had committed to the $19.2 billion figure in 2015, taking the total black hole to $67 billion. However, the... Read more
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News.com.au
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spendingby Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. S
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spending
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
by Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. Senator Cormann said Labor's deputy leader Tanya Plibersek had committed to the $19.2 billion figure in 2015, taking the total black hole to $67 billion. However, the... Read more
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Perth Now
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spendingby Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. S
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spending
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
by Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. Senator Cormann said Labor's deputy leader Tanya Plibersek had committed to the $19.2 billion figure in 2015, taking the total black hole to $67 billion. However, the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spendingby Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. S
Labor, coalition at odds over aid spending
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
by Treasurer Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann on Tuesday. Senator Cormann said Labor's deputy leader Tanya Plibersek had committed to the $19.2 billion figure in 2015, taking the total black hole to $67 billion. However, the... Read more
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News.com.au
Eye-watering extent of pollies’ perksof the building, plants and grounds. Mathias Cormann, Peter Dutton, Anthony Al
Eye-watering extent of pollies’ perks
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
of the building, plants and grounds. Mathias Cormann, Peter Dutton, Anthony Albanese, Brownyn Bishop, Julie Bishop, Tanya Plibersek, Warren Truss, Warren Snowden, Cory Bernardi, Eric Abetz, Penny Wong and Nova Peris are among those who own... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Eye-watering extent of pollies’ perksof the building, plants and grounds. Mathias Cormann, Peter Dutton, Anthony Al
Eye-watering extent of pollies’ perks
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
of the building, plants and grounds. Mathias Cormann, Peter Dutton, Anthony Albanese, Brownyn Bishop, Julie Bishop, Tanya Plibersek, Warren Truss, Warren Snowden, Cory Bernardi, Eric Abetz, Penny Wong and Nova Peris are among those who own... Read more
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Perth Now
Eye-watering extent of pollies’ perksof the building, plants and grounds. Mathias Cormann, Peter Dutton, Anthony Al
Eye-watering extent of pollies’ perks
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
of the building, plants and grounds. Mathias Cormann, Peter Dutton, Anthony Albanese, Brownyn Bishop, Julie Bishop, Tanya Plibersek, Warren Truss, Warren Snowden, Cory Bernardi, Eric Abetz, Penny Wong and Nova Peris are among those who own... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Eye-watering extent of pollies’ perksof the building, plants and grounds. Mathias Cormann, Peter Dutton, Anthony Al
Eye-watering extent of pollies’ perks
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
of the building, plants and grounds. Mathias Cormann, Peter Dutton, Anthony Albanese, Brownyn Bishop, Julie Bishop, Tanya Plibersek, Warren Truss, Warren Snowden, Cory Bernardi, Eric Abetz, Penny Wong and Nova Peris are among those who own... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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The Courier
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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The Young Witness
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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Western Advocate
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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Manning River Times
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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The North West Star
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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The Border Mail
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennialshairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leade
Federal election 2016: Labor goes retro to appeal to millennials
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
hairy looking University of Queensland ID. A day earlier, Labor's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek posted a similar throw-back to encourage young would-be voters to enrol. According to the Australian... Read more
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Daily Liberal
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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The Border Mail
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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The Courier
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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The Young Witness
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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Western Advocate
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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Kiama Independent
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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Manning River Times
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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The North West Star
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline loomsto vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are bei
One million voters risk being shut out as deadline looms
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
to vote. Many young Australians also feel that issues important to them are being overlooked, he said. Politicians such as Tanya Plibersek and Wayne Swan recently uploaded photos of themselves in their youth to encourage younger voters t... Read more
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The Age
Canberra women travelling to Queanbeyan to access medical abortion drugs through mailits services, but generally an abortion – depending on gestation, location and
Canberra women travelling to Queanbeyan to access medical abortion drugs through mail
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
its services, but generally an abortion – depending on gestation, location and method – costs between $300 and $800. "When Tanya Plibersek put this on the PBS, she thought, this is going to reduce the cost and make it affordable. But she was wrong... Read more
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