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ABC staff fear the “national” broadcaster will axe in-house television production in Adelaide, bringing to an end the SA recording of shows like Poh’s Kitchen and Maggie Beer’s the Cook and the...
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2014/09/02 06:46
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FAMILIES earning more than $100,000 will be exempt from receiving the School Kids Bonus, as part of a surprise deal struck with the Palmer Unity Party (PUP) to repeal the mining tax. The Abbott...
2014/09/02 06:10
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Our land is girt by oil-rich sea … that we steal from East Timor Australia has been flouting international law since 2002, taking billions of dollars in oil revenue that should rightfully belong to...
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2014/09/01 05:26
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Iraq crisis: Tony Abbott says 'no intention' of sending Australian troops into combat; arms shipments to begin this week Tony Abbott says Australia has "no intention" of sending combat troops to...
2014/09/01 02:26
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Iraq crisis: Greens motion fails as David Johnson says debating troop deployment in Parliament could cost lives A Greens bid to force the Government to seek approval from the Parliament before...
2014/08/31 20:26
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Iraq crisis: Nationals call for increase to Australia's foreign aid, boost to refugee intake The Government's junior Coalition partner, the Nationals, are calling for an increase in foreign aid to...
2014/08/28 22:05
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Virgin Australia will be in the spotlight today - when the airline reveals its full year results. It comes after Qantas has announced a $2.8 billion loss, having written down the value of its ageing...
2014/08/28 15:06
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A NINE-year-old Filipino boy whose father was murdered and whose mother abandoned him is being denied a new life in Australia because of tough adoption laws. Trevor and Evelyn Bertrand have appealed...
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2014/08/28 13:10
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WHAT THEY SAID ABOUT QANTAS' $2.8B LOSS "We have now come through the worst." - Qantas boss Alan Joyce. "Qantas chief Alan Joyce has many questions to answer. Board made foolish decisions, being...
2014/08/28 11:15
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COMMENT: In his 2009 book, The Men Who Killed Qantas, Matthew Benns outlines how a cut-throat international aviation market had shifted the culture of Qantas away from aviators to bean counters by the...
2014/08/28 08:10
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Qantas has posted its worst ever loss of $2.8 billion, but chief Alan Joyce insists the airline is over the most turbulent period in its 94-year history. After posting profits for 18 consecutive...
2014/08/28 06:26
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Clive Palmer to back SA Premier Jay Weatherill over federal budget cuts Palmer United Party leader Clive Palmer has said he would back South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill's campaign to oppose...
2014/08/28 04:06
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Education Minister Christopher Pyne has unveiled the detail of his higher education reforms but his behind-the-scenes work has just begun. He acknowledges it might take months to get a deal but is...
2014/08/28 04:06
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Independent senator Nick Xenophon has asked the corporate watchdog to investigate whether Qantas breached its continous disclosure requirements. The national carrier on Thursday revealed a $2.84...
2014/08/28 00:17
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Universities appear no closer to relieving the uncertainty surrounding the government's planned deregulation agenda for the higher education sector as a Senate majority proves elusive. Universities...
2014/08/27 21:34
2014/08/27 21:34
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Is this rumour or fact? ‏@AshGhebranious 16m Abbott lied to his own senators. Told them he had to attend a national security matter and went to private fundraiser instead #auspol No rumour. Tony...
2014/08/27 10:29
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A SENATE committee wants the government to reopen tenders so local shipbuilders can bid for a $2 billion deal to build two new navy supply ships. THE Labor-dominated committee rejected Defence...
2014/08/26 13:46
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Independent Senator Nick Xenophon. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Australia's Defence establishment has systemic problems that allows its "bad apples" to get away with rorting taxpayers' money, according...
2014/08/25 21:15
2014/08/25 21:15
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The Abbott government is bracing for a pivotal fortnight of parliament marking out its first year in office. Federal cabinet met on Monday in a bid to reframe its confused budget messaging as Labor...
2014/08/25 14:46
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A CABINET minister has warned the Government will be forced to close hospitals, scrap the ABC and be left with an ineffective military in just five years if it cannot fix the Budget. Agriculture...
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