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An Egyptian court Monday ordered the release on bail of leading activist Alaa Abdel Fattah, who is held on charges of protesting without police permit, and referred the case to another court, media...
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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 21:12
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The Democratic strategist overseeing the party’s campaign to retain control of the Senate has made protecting voting rights in North Carolina and Arkansas a national priority. In an interview with...
2014/09/15 15:26
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Tas police were concerned over medicinal cannabis trial in 'apple shed' Objections by police were partly behind the Tasmanian Government's rejection of a medical cannabis growing trial, Parliament...
2014/09/15 15:26
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Southern councils back medicinal cannabis growing trials in Tasmania Support is growing among Tasmanian councils to allow the growing of medicinal cannabis. In July, Health Minister Michael Ferguson...
2014/09/15 15:22
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Previously secret documents relating to James Packer's proposed VIP casino at Barangaroo have been released by NSW gambling authority after Mr Packer's company Crown Resorts backed down on its initial...
2014/09/15 15:18
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Labor is offering bipartisan support for the legalisation of medicinal cannabis use within NSW. Photo: Gary Malerba Labor is offering bipartisan support for the legalisation of cannabis for medicinal...
2014/09/15 13:04
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A DEAL to reinstate some Emergency Services Levy subsidies could help the State Government save its proposed carpark tax in a last-minute deal with key crossbench MPs. The Advertiser understands that...
2014/09/15 11:28
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Egyptian activist and blogger Alaa Abdel Fattah has been freed on bail at a retrial over charges of violating the controversial protest law in Egypt. Fattah, who has already been convicted in...
2014/09/15 11:19
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It's not the Islamic State, but the religion of Islam that is a "death cult", according to Rise Up Australia's Danny Nalliah. Maverick MP Geoff Shaw and UK climate sceptic Lord Christopher Monckton...
2014/09/15 07:29
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THE Rise Up Australia Party wants corporal punishment returned to Victorian schools and the state's abortion laws repealed. PARTY leader Daniel Nalliah said parents would be allowed to give children...
2014/09/15 06:26
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ELEANOR HALL: Survivors of child sex abuse are criticising the Victorian Government for failing to expedite laws to deal with abuse in response to last year's parliamentary inquiry. The Betrayal of...
2014/09/15 05:46
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INDIGENOUS Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion is not ruling out dedicated indigenous seats in federal parliament. HE says he is prepared to discuss the issue with Palmer United Party senator Jacqui...
2014/09/15 05:44
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Romania Confirms Social Security Tax Cutby Lorys Charalambous, Tax-News.com, Cyprus15 September 2014 Romania's Chamber of Deputies has approved a cut in the social security tax paid by employers, in...
2014/09/15 05:26
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Firefighters 'appalled' by Coonabarabran bushfire management, parliamentary inquiry hears The National Parks and Wildlife Service should be stripped of its firefighting responsibilities, a volunteer...
2014/09/15 00:42
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Tony Abbott says it is too early to consider dedicated Senate seats for Indigenous Australians, ahead of a planned referendum calling for constitutional recognition of the country’s Indigenous...
2014/09/14 23:31
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Japanese actress Shirley Yamaguchi has died at the age of 94. The star passed away of heart failure on 7 September (14) in Tokyo, Japan. Yamaguchi was born to Japanese parents in China in 1920 and was...
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... commitment from a majority of MPs": David Shoebridge. Photo: Sahlan Hayes A parliamentary inquiry into controversial planning decisions in Newcastle and the Hunter is set to get the green...
2014/09/14 10:34
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FISHERMEN have warned of a worrying level of stress in the fishing community and the need to place members under “watch” because of fears about their personal wellbeing. The State Government’s Marine...
2014/09/14 10:33
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Sometimes anti-Semitism is its own best antidote because it makes its sewage makers look as ignorant as they are. After a Council of Europe body said circumcision violates human rights, its leader...
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