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2015/03/26 05:18
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SHADOW Treasurer Chris Bowen is travelling to China for the 2015 Boao Forum to engage with government representatives and the international business community. The Boao Forum for Asia started in...
2015/03/26 05:18
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2015/03/25 19:56
2015/03/25 19:56
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Lt. Tony Burke of the Oak Island Police Department said 10 to 12 homes have been broken into during the past two weeks, including several incidents since Sunday. He said many of the homes affected are...
2015/03/25 10:05
2015/03/25 10:05
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A federal MP has been suspended from parliament after spilling oil on the floor of a chamber during a speech attacking the cruise liner industry's pollution record. Queensland Liberal National Party...
2015/03/23 08:41
2015/03/23 08:41
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Speaker Bronwyn Bishop and Senate President Stephen Parry have contradicted Prime Minister Tony Abbott, revealing he did not contact them to ask they reconsider their controversial plan to segregate...
2015/03/23 02:55
2015/03/23 02:55
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Parliament has paused to remember former prime minister Malcolm Fraser. Parliament paused on Monday as a mark of respect for the passing of former prime minister Malcolm Fraser. Politicians from both...
2015/03/22 21:55
2015/03/22 21:55
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Business groups are becoming increasingly uneasy about the Abbott government's relaxed approach to its second budget. "The last thing we need ... is another year of paralysis and doubt about what the...
2015/03/22 00:26
2015/03/22 00:26
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BARRIE CASSIDY, PRESENTER: The Shadow Finance Minister Tony Burke will join us very shortly, but first we're joined from Sydney by former prime minister John Howard. Good morning, welcome back. JOHN...
2015/03/21 23:17
2015/03/21 23:17
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FEDERAL Labor believes there must be a 10-year plan to fix the budget. FINANCE spokesman Tony Burke says there is a need to accurately identify the problem to turn it around. He said that was what...
2015/03/19 00:05
2015/03/19 00:05
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Senior government figures have poured cold water on reports Tony Abbott and members of his cabinet have canvassed the prospect of an early double-dissolution election. But Labor and the Greens have...
2015/03/18 22:05
2015/03/18 22:05
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Senior coalition figures have poured scorn over reports the government is toying with the prospect of a double dissolution election to overcome a renegade Senate. There's speculation that Prime...
2015/03/18 18:19
2015/03/18 18:19
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ALBURY-Wodonga is being used by the federal government as an example of why business and not bureaucrats should decide the boom towns in regional Australia. Sustainable Population Minister Tony...
2015/03/18 02:17
2015/03/18 02:17
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THE Abbott government has trumpeted another red tape repeal day - though whether the campaign is unleashing the economy or is merely a punctuation-led recovery as Labor scoffs remains to be...
2015/03/17 18:05
2015/03/17 18:05
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The federal government is being urged to guarantee no Australian will be worse off as a result of the latest repeal day. Legislation for the third instalment of the government's red tape reduction...
2015/03/17 18:05
2015/03/17 18:05
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Labor frontbencher Tony Burke has been suspended from the house by Speaker Bronwyn Bishop in angry scenes sparked by Prime Minister Tony Abbott's suggestion the opposition is not serious about child...
2015/03/17 16:20
2015/03/17 16:20
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The roasted squash salad at Mason Social, which is drawing crowds in Alexandria. (Dixie D. Vereen/For The Washington Post) “There’s a bit of a trend involved in calling it, instead of a pub, social,”...
2015/03/16 23:19
2015/03/16 23:19
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Education Minister Christopher Pyne kept a smile on his face on Monday during a grilling from Sky News' David Speers. At least he seemed to be enjoying himself. Education Minister Christopher Pyne...
2015/03/16 02:15
2015/03/16 02:15
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There they sit, as they would have in high school, increasing the volume but not the standard of parliamentary behaviour. There they sit, as they would have in high school, increasing the volume but...
2015/03/15 04:26
2015/03/15 04:26
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Alpha coal mine approval raises concerns The Alpha Coal project in central Queensland has been given the tick by the federal Environment Minister Tony Burke. The mine, a rail line to Abbot Point and...
2015/03/12 07:26
2015/03/12 07:26
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The final four tourism proposals for Tasmania's national parks are detailed, including a bid to build a helipad on Tasman Island. Graeme Docking has not let his wheelchair get in the way of his...
2015/03/05 07:06
2015/03/05 07:06
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It was a stunning, if not slightly angry backdrop for the solemn, sombre start to the day. It was a stunning, if not slightly angry backdrop for the solemn, sombre start to the day. As MPs gathered...
2015/03/26 05:18
2015/03/26 05:18
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