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2014/11/28 09:26
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Planes at Melbourne Airport face 'higher risk' of mid-air collision, Senate hears Planes landing at Melbourne Airport over the last two years may have faced a higher risk of mid-air collision because...
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2014/11/28 09:12
2014/11/28 09:12
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Tasmania is a big net beneficiary of the Renewable Energy Target given the dominance of hydro and wind power in the state, according to a report by The Australia Institute. Tasmania is a big net...
2014/11/28 06:05
2014/11/28 06:05
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The federal government could be edging closer to a deal on its higher education changes, with independent senator John Madigan outlining his demands. The coalition needs six extra votes to get its...
2014/11/28 00:34
2014/11/28 00:34
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A KILLER whose case sparked calls for mental health reform has been visiting shops, riding buses and attending theatres “for years” despite his detention in a high-security facility. The Supreme...
2014/11/27 23:28
2014/11/27 23:28
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Senate Motion Against Cosmetics Animal Testing WelcomedFriday, 28 November 2014, 12:17 pmPress Release: Be Cruelty FreeAustralian Senate Motion Against Cosmetics Animal Testing Welcomed by...
2014/11/27 08:46
2014/11/27 08:46
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More responsible: Banks' efforts to avoid consumer protections being applied to financial advice they give have failed. Hands up those who think fees should be disclosed to all clients of financial...
2014/11/26 22:55
2014/11/26 22:55
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Libertarian senator David Leyonhjelm is showing himself to be a canny schemer of a politician with his proposal to win over the crossbenchers to slash the Renewable Energy Target (RET). According to...
2014/11/26 16:43
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The Abbott government is offering to ditch or delay the most controversial elements of its sweeping higher education reforms to secure a deal with the Senate cross-benchers to allow universities to...
2014/11/26 10:05
2014/11/26 10:05
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Queensland independent Bob Katter has denied media reports that he's seeking to entice Tasmanian independent Jacqui Lambie to join forces with the Katter's Australian Party. Senator Lambie got in...
2014/11/26 01:34
2014/11/26 01:34
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PRESSURE is mounting on Prime Minister Tony Abbott to sack his Defence Minister David Johnston after he said he would not trust South Australian shipbuilder ASC to “build a canoe”. The Labor Party,...
2014/11/25 05:15
2014/11/25 05:15
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been taken to task for his denials that he broke an election pledge not to cut funding to the ABC and SBS as hundreds of people rallied outside parliament house to...
2014/11/25 02:34
2014/11/25 02:34
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ABC Managing Director Mark Scott has arrived in Adelaide and revealed staff will have to undergo a battle reminiscent of The Hunger Games to win positions across television and radio, as jobs are...
2014/11/24 21:05
2014/11/24 21:05
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ABC staff, politicians, unions and the community will rally together in Canberra to protest against the Government's $254 million cuts which have forced the ABC to axe one in ten jobs. The Canberra...
2014/11/24 19:55
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To understand the threat posed to the Coalition government by unruly senators Jacqui Lambie and Ricky Muir, it’s necessary to go right back to where the Liberal Party started: the famous ‘forgotten...
2014/11/24 12:34
2014/11/24 12:34
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A POWER shift in Canberra will be a boon for South Australia, Senators say. Senator Jacqui Lambie has quit the powerful Palmer United Party to become an independent, in a move that will weaken MP...
2014/11/24 11:05
2014/11/24 11:05
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THE federal government has suffered a surprise defeat on a temporary scheme to determine future wages for intellectually disabled Australians. THE federal government on Monday was confident it had...
2014/11/24 07:05
2014/11/24 07:05
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The federal government's plan to cut $900 million in car industry assistance looks set to stall in the Senate as a new inquiry is launched into the industry's future. Labor, the Greens, the Palmer...
2014/11/24 04:57
2014/11/24 04:57
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INDEPENDENT MP Andrew Wilkie has resurrected his failed pokies laws to limit bets to $1, despite a lack of wider support. Mr Wilkie on Monday re-introduced his long-planned pokies reforms, which were...
2014/11/24 04:06
2014/11/24 04:06
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The Abbott government's Direct Action scheme has finally cleared parliament. The coalition in October agreed to a series of changes to the scheme in the Senate in order for it to replace Labor's...
2014/11/23 14:17
2014/11/23 14:17
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Universities Australia publishes open letter to Senators urging changes to the federal government’s higher education reforms Bill Shorten: "Stop Mr Abbott’s $100,000 degrees" 0:29 Labor has stepped...
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