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Australia’s international greenhouse pledge is getting easier to reach, with new calculations obtained by Guardian Australia showing it may now require less than a third of the emissions reductions...
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2014/09/18 14:50
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Dozens of Australians have contacted the US securities regulator to report suspected misconduct after it launched a scheme rewarding whistleblowers with cash bounties. The US Securities and Exchange...
2014/09/17 04:04
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A TAX on carparks in the CBD appears dead now that key crossbenchers have confirmed they will oppose it in State Parliament after failed negotiations with the Government. The tax would add an extra...
2014/09/17 03:12
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Entitlements for former prime ministers should not be decided at the "whim of individual PMs", according to independent Senator Nick Xenophon, who has called for greater transparency around...
2014/09/16 13:34
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ABC staff, listeners and viewers will on Wednesday protest management plans to axe up to 150 of the broadcaster’s 400 jobs in South Australia. The lunchtime rally will include politicians, ABC...
2014/09/16 07:29
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A BETTER deal for regional universities and no changes to student loan interest rates could bring the federal government closer to deregulating the sector. HAVING passed the lower house earlier this...
2014/09/16 04:29
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EVEN those with the hardest of hearts have surely cried once or twice during a movie. Whether it be the death of a main character or a touching act of love, films often tug on our heartstrings so...
2014/09/15 15:55
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Asbestos Diseases Foundation of Australia president Barry Robson has slammed James Hardie Industries as being "morally bankrupt" after the company’s asbestos compensation fund moved to pay victims in...
2014/09/15 08:29
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THE number of breast implants rupturing has soared this year, fuelling urgent calls for a national register for women to log their surgeries. A staggering 429 breast implants produced by French...
2014/09/15 05:10
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Nancy errs. How does expelled at 16 become expelled 16 times? That’s the question Kate Durham, a jeweller who happens to be married to Julian Burnside, asked herself Saturday morning as she read The...
2014/09/14 04:12
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Childcare services could be offered at licensed clubs in return for tax breaks on gambling profits, the poker machine lobby has suggested to the productivity commission. Anthony Ball, executive...
2014/09/13 05:26
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Fact check: Who has a say in sending Australian troops to war? "The Australian people, through the entire Australian Parliament, deserve a say in whether we go to war but Tony Abbott, Clive Palmer...
2014/09/12 00:19
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The Democratic Labour Party has fired the first shot in a constitutional battle to wrest the Senate seat of John Madigan, who sensationally quit the party last week. The Democratic Labour Party has...
2014/09/11 15:10
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Poll Bludger: why the Coalition can afford to throw SA under the submarine While on the figures it appears that Christopher Pyne is in a safe seat his electorate has a very strong educational focus....
2014/09/11 12:04
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NICK Xenophon is backing a candidate in looming RAA board elections, battling for the hearts and minds of the motoring organisation’s 600,000 members. Senator Xenophon said he had decided to back...
2014/09/09 21:19
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The case for a federal corruption watchdog has strengthened amid claims of donation washing by the federal Liberal Party's Free Enterprise Foundation, and other allegations of wrongful behaviour. The...
2014/09/09 00:12
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Business is calling on the federal government to end the uncertainty over where Australia's next fleet of submarines will be built and declare a decision "as soon as possible". Business is calling on...
2014/09/08 21:24
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Workers at the former James Hardie asbestos factory in Sydney. The asbestos compensation body funded by James Hardie may need to draw on a taxpayer-backed loan arrangement to pay asbestos victims...
2014/09/08 15:48
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Concerned: Senator Richard Di Natale wants the federal government to "clamp down" on overseas gambling operators. Apple Australia may be breaching federal online gambling laws by offering apps such...
2014/09/08 05:26
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ELEANOR HALL: To South Australia, where the Government says it's seeking urgent answers from the Federal Government about a contract to build 10 submarines being granted to Japan. Before the...
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