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2014/09/30 05:19
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The Senate has rejected an attempt by the Greens to impose a limit on the number of devices that can be covered by a single computer access warrant obtained by ASIO. An amendment to the government's...
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2014/09/29 21:05
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A report by the Australian Taxation Office in 1989 put James Hardie on a list of the 15 biggest users of tax havens and referred to the building products company as "masters of tax...
2014/09/29 10:16
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A DISTINGUISHED security expert says extraordinary new powers for our domestic spy agency go too far and have the potential to rob Australians of the very freedoms that terrorists are railing...
2014/09/29 07:17
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THE Law Council has urged a Senate committee not to go ahead with a private senator's bill to let courts break up companies who misuse their market powers. A bill from South Australian Senator Nick...
2014/09/29 05:10
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Julia Gillard’s memoir My Story was released with much fanfare last week, and according to its publishers it is the fastest-selling political book of the year. At 461 pages and covering a wide range...
2014/09/29 00:41
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NSW: Licencees go to battle against Australia Post monopoly. FIGHTING FOR SURVIVAL: Andrew Hirst, of Beresfield post office, says licensees cannot survive unless the government implements recommended...
2014/09/26 20:34
2014/09/26 20:34
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INDEPENDENT Senator Nick Xenophon has called on Australian media to stand against new security laws passed by the Senate on Thursday. Mr Xenophon voted against the bill due to concerns about...
2014/09/26 17:12
2014/09/26 17:12
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Australia is poised to install some of the toughest penalties in the world for disclosing the identity of an intelligence agent with the first raft of national security reforms set to pass...
2014/09/26 15:55
2014/09/26 15:55
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Scrapping outdated and uncompetitive laws that dictate who can own a pharmacy or drive a taxi, what hours a shop can open and restrictions on selling alcohol are all recommendations in the federal...
2014/09/26 12:05
2014/09/26 12:05
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AUSTRALIAN spies will soon get stronger powers to help fight against terrorism. The government’s first tranche of tougher anti-terrorism laws, which beef up the domestic spy agency’s powers, passed...
2014/09/26 11:24
2014/09/26 11:24
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Sales on the rise: The Australian bread market is worth $4 billion. Photo: Chris Pearce At the Connole family's Sonoma bakery outlets, $7 hand-made organic sourdough batards and wholewheat boules are...
2014/09/26 04:26
2014/09/26 04:26
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Australia Post audit into funding of post offices long overdue: Senator Xenophon South Australian Independent Senator Nick Xenophon says a proposed audit into fees Australia Post pays its post...
2014/09/25 20:17
2014/09/25 20:17
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Shield laws for journalists pass Upper House but face battle in the Lower House The State Government is refusing to back new laws that would allow journalists to protect their sources’ identities...
2014/09/25 02:18
2014/09/25 02:18
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Spotlight on cruel practices: Some of the sheep that PETA says were handled badly. Photo: PETA The animal protection movement has recorded a significant victory, with the defeat of "ag-gag"...
2014/09/24 03:42
2014/09/24 03:42
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Some of the bills will make changes to Australia’s welfare system, such as taking people under 30 off income support for months at a time, reviewing some people’s disability support pension and...
2014/09/24 02:26
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Terrorism laws: Melbourne shooting proves need for sweeping new anti-terror legislation, George Brandis tells Senate The Federal Government has argued that Australia's intelligence agencies need...
2014/09/24 00:05
2014/09/24 00:05
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Justice Minister Michael Keenan has confirmed a teenager shot in Melbourne was a known terror suspect. He called for calm and for people to let police and security agencies continue with their...
2014/09/23 19:11
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THE price of white bread has been slashed by supermarkets across Bundaberg in a move that has independent bakers concerned. Woolworths cut the cost of its Homebrand white bread last week to 85 cents...
2014/09/22 14:04
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THE State Labor Government announced its plan to introduce a Transport Development Levy, known as the car park tax, in December 2012. The issue became a major point of difference between the two...
2014/09/20 00:12
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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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