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2014/12/20 05:34
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There is rising concern in the aviation sector that the Pel-Air accident re-opening may, like some other recent reforms, be on a slippery slope leading to Australia losing its status, as well as its...
2014/12/20 05:34
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2014/12/19 12:26
2014/12/19 12:26
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DAVID MARK: The French, as we all know, have laid claim to the name "champagne". Now there's a push back. The Independent Senator Nick Xenophon wants to reserve the name "barramundi" for fish caught...
2014/12/19 09:15
2014/12/19 09:15
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Serving police and intelligence officers should be granted legal immunity to step forward and give evidence to an independent judicial inquiry into the Martin Place siege, according to independent...
2014/12/18 17:55
2014/12/18 17:55
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It’s a strange thing about our Federal Parliament. All the states elect 12 senators; the ACT and Northern Territory elect two each. This warping of a democratic vote is intended to protect the...
2014/12/17 09:26
2014/12/17 09:26
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GP co-payment: Australian Medical Association (AMA) says Government's revised plan a 'wrecking ball' The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has expressed its formal opposition to the Federal...
2014/12/17 02:55
2014/12/17 02:55
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After a meeting with Environment Minister Greg Hunt, Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie said she was close to voting for a government proposal to cut the Renewable Energy Target, but said that she...
2014/12/15 19:55
2014/12/15 19:55
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Three years ago, Heinz chief executive William Johnson vocally lamented Australia was "the worst market" of the 200-odd locations the 142-year-old baked beans manufacturer operates. But the ACCC’s...
2014/12/14 07:26
2014/12/14 07:26
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NT Gaming and Licensing Minister Peter Styles goes to ground after controversial pokies announcement The Northern Territory's new Minister for Gaming and Licensing has not got time this weekend to...
2014/12/14 04:50
2014/12/14 04:50
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After a year of turmoil in financial advice, big banks are supporting the creation of a public adviser register, more disclosure of licence ownership, and tighter rules on who can call themselves an...
2014/12/13 19:12
2014/12/13 19:12
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HISTORIC Lal Lal Estate is in the process of being sold to a Chinese buyer. HISTORIC Lal Lal Estate is in the process of being sold to a Chinese buyer. The 2000-hectare fine wool merino property,...
2014/12/13 04:10
2014/12/13 04:10
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Nick Xenophon is a past master of stagecraft. Most Australians first heard of him with his superb duo appearance with a goat on the steps of the S.A. Parliament. He was far more astute than an S.A....
2014/12/12 03:11
2014/12/12 03:11
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Keane: Credlin is not the problem. Think you know the difference between a factional dalek and a controversial unionist? Take our tabloid moniker quiz. Newman’s plan for a snap Qld election....
2014/12/11 21:10
2014/12/11 21:10
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Rundle: Pyne’s trip to whine country won’t help Libs win South Australia In a sign of more government disarray, Christopher Pyne has produced another desperate letter to the PM trying to save ABC...
2014/12/11 07:26
2014/12/11 07:26
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WA doctors back Federal Government's GP co-payment, at odds with the national doctors' association The Australian Medical Association's Western Australian branch wants MPs to support the Abbott...
2014/12/11 03:46
2014/12/11 03:46
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Today, Dec. 10, as we commemorate Human Rights Day and the landmark 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), we recall how last year at this time, what many consider the world’s oldest human...
2014/12/10 08:42
2014/12/10 08:42
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Australia is now known around the world as the most inhumane, the most uncaring and the most selfish of all the wealthy countries, former prime minister Malcolm Fraser has declared. Australia is now...
2014/12/09 10:49
2014/12/09 10:49
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Qantas chief Alan Joyce has no plans to move Irish born CEO of Australian airline will see out €1.4bn cost-cutting programme Qantas chief executive officer Alan Joyce said he will stay with...
2014/12/08 22:05
2014/12/08 22:05
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Federal Labor is furious about a tax-payer funded advertising campaign spruiking a planned universities overhaul, claiming the ads aren't even true. Labor's higher education spokesman Kim Carr is...
2014/12/08 19:55
2014/12/08 19:55
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The Murray report has handed the major parties the equivalent of a large arsenal of nuclear weapons. But in this case, it would be the decision not to use them that would bring about ‘mutually assured...
2014/12/08 14:24
2014/12/08 14:24
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Treasurer Joe Hockey has refused to endorse the financial system inquiry's findings that tax breaks for housing are encouraging speculative buying and increasing the risk of the financial system...
2014/12/20 05:34
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