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Scoop.co.nz
Australia’s Citizenship Bill Failsconsciousness. Platitudes spring up from the pages like fretful children: the i
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 hours ago
consciousness. Platitudes spring up from the pages like fretful children: the idea of Australia being the country of “a ‘fair go’ for all”; “the most successful multicultural society in the world”; “shared values”. Then comes the cutting and... Read more
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Canberra Times
'When 1800 people leapt to their feet, I knew I wasn't in Australia'teach us a lot about our place. I think our challenge is to move beyond thinki
Canberra Times / Posted 12 hours ago
teach us a lot about our place. I think our challenge is to move beyond thinking of ourselves as pioneers looking for a "fair go" for ourselves. We need to trust our egalitarian intuitions more fully and work harder for a "fair go" for and with... Read more
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WA Today
'When 1800 people leapt to their feet, I knew I wasn't in Australia'teach us a lot about our place. I think our challenge is to move beyond thinki
WA Today / Posted 13 hours ago
teach us a lot about our place. I think our challenge is to move beyond thinking of ourselves as pioneers looking for a "fair go" for ourselves. We need to trust our egalitarian intuitions more fully and work harder for a "fair go" for and with... Read more
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The Age
'When 1800 people leapt to their feet, I knew I wasn't in Australia'teach us a lot about our place. I think our challenge is to move beyond thinki
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
teach us a lot about our place. I think our challenge is to move beyond thinking of ourselves as pioneers looking for a "fair go" for ourselves. We need to trust our egalitarian intuitions more fully and work harder for a "fair go" for and with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'When 1800 people leapt to their feet, I knew I wasn't in Australia'teach us a lot about our place. I think our challenge is to move beyond thinki
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
teach us a lot about our place. I think our challenge is to move beyond thinking of ourselves as pioneers looking for a "fair go" for ourselves. We need to trust our egalitarian intuitions more fully and work harder for a "fair go" for and with... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Construction sector needs to train more apprenticesdo their bit to ensure that we don’t fall short and start training up apprentic
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
do their bit to ensure that we don’t fall short and start training up apprentices now – every apprentice deserves a fair go”. With the typical four year apprenticeship length waning in popularity and many opting to condense their training,... Read more
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The Courier
Time to recognise the treasure we have at Eurekapart of our Australian history and is regarded as the birthplace of the Austral
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
part of our Australian history and is regarded as the birthplace of the Australian spirit – that spirit of a fairness and a fair go for all. I understand there has been another feasibility study conducted by Council, yet I can’t find anyone of note... Read more
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Perth Now
Make beeline for Beecroftthe stock with homemade products ranging from almond biscuits to almond-stuffed
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
the stock with homemade products ranging from almond biscuits to almond-stuffed olives, all of which Brad and Katina give a fair go. After nearly 15 years, Beecroft’s spot for authentic Italian dining, Ravello Wine Bar Ristorante is getting a new... Read more
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Perth Now
Waugh’s left-field option to save Aussie middle ordercame to the defence of under-fire wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, who he argued had
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
came to the defence of under-fire wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, who he argued had improved with his glovework and deserved a fair go in his head-to-head battle with NSW’s Peter Nevill. But it is the No.6 role which could shape Australia's Ashes... Read more
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Canberra Times
Real names for ACT high rises, pleaseof encouraging people to use public transport and providing a service to people
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
of encouraging people to use public transport and providing a service to people without cars. G M King, Narrabundah Fair go on trolleys The outcomes for supermarket trolley collectors from the Fair Work Ombudsman, a compliance partnership... Read more
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The Age
Real names for ACT high rises, pleaseof encouraging people to use public transport and providing a service to people
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
of encouraging people to use public transport and providing a service to people without cars. G M King, Narrabundah Fair go on trolleys The outcomes for supermarket trolley collectors from the Fair Work Ombudsman, a compliance partnership... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Real names for ACT high rises, pleaseof encouraging people to use public transport and providing a service to people
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
of encouraging people to use public transport and providing a service to people without cars. G M King, Narrabundah Fair go on trolleys The outcomes for supermarket trolley collectors from the Fair Work Ombudsman, a compliance partnership... Read more
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The Courier
Our flag of justice and unity deserves fair goa union flag; that simply isn’t true. The trade union movement uses the flag be
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
a union flag; that simply isn’t true. The trade union movement uses the flag because of what it stands for – fairness and a fair go for all. In true terms, isn’t that what we as Australians are also about? The more concerning issue is about the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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Western Advocate
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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Manning River Times
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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The North West Star
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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The Courier
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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The Age
Litbits October 14 201726: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
26: Shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers will talk about his new book Changing Jobs: The fair go in the new machine age at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka at 5.45 for 6pm. RSVP: telephone 6295 672. October 27, At 6pm... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia's disability discrimination problem in three chartsmore inclusive. In the end it will come down to employers giving every Australi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
more inclusive. In the end it will come down to employers giving every Australian job seeker with disability a fair go and not judging "what I can do by what you think I can't". Simon Darcy is Professor of Social Inclusion at the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Higher taxes to hit 1.6 million Australians, Parliamentary Budget Office report reveals could set the stage for pre-election personal tax cuts as early as next year.
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
could set the stage for pre-election personal tax cuts as early as next year. Treasurer Scott Morrison says the 'fair go' needs to be honoured while fixing the Goods and Services Tax, in response to a Productivity Commission report.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Higher taxes to hit 1.6 million Australians, Parliamentary Budget Office report reveals could set the stage for pre-election personal tax cuts as early as next year.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
could set the stage for pre-election personal tax cuts as early as next year. Treasurer Scott Morrison says the 'fair go' needs to be honoured while fixing the Goods and Services Tax, in response to a Productivity Commission report.... Read more
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The Age
Higher taxes to hit 1.6 million Australians, Parliamentary Budget Office report reveals could set the stage for pre-election personal tax cuts as early as next year.
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
could set the stage for pre-election personal tax cuts as early as next year. Treasurer Scott Morrison says the 'fair go' needs to be honoured while fixing the Goods and Services Tax, in response to a Productivity Commission report.... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Vidler named South West’s best for 2017under him means he can pass on all that experience to the boys. “We all look u
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
under him means he can pass on all that experience to the boys. “We all look up to him and he gives everyone a fair go.” The presentation was held on Saturday, October 7. AWARD WINNERS Best and fairest Brad Vidler Player’s... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Waugh’s left-field option to save Aussie middle ordercame to the defence of under-fire wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, who he argued had
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
came to the defence of under-fire wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, who he argued had improved with his glovework and deserved a fair go in his head-to-head battle with NSW’s Peter Nevill. But it is the No.6 role which could shape Australia's Ashes... Read more
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Canberra Times
GST system broken 'beyond comprehension', Productivity Commission findsof $972 million for Victoria, $1.6 billion for Queensland and $110 million for
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
of $972 million for Victoria, $1.6 billion for Queensland and $110 million for NSW. Treasurer Scott Morrison says the 'fair go' needs to be honoured while fixing the Goods and Services Tax, in response to a Productivity Commission report.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
SA budget facing $557 million a year hit under planned GST changesa draft report into Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation (HFE), or what federal Treas
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
a draft report into Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation (HFE), or what federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison, has described as "the fair go principle" on GST distribution. The distribution is currently calculated to the financially strongest state, but the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Continual US carnage no advertisement for gunsthis unnecessary and wastefully costly exercise have been spent on unnecessary
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
this unnecessary and wastefully costly exercise have been spent on unnecessary priority postage? Totally supportive of a fair go and equal rights for all, the bride and I gave a vote to each of the protagonists in the current national poll. You... Read more
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The Age
Continual US carnage no advertisement for gunsthis unnecessary and wastefully costly exercise have been spent on unnecessary
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
this unnecessary and wastefully costly exercise have been spent on unnecessary priority postage? Totally supportive of a fair go and equal rights for all, the bride and I gave a vote to each of the protagonists in the current national poll. You... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Continual US carnage no advertisement for gunsthis unnecessary and wastefully costly exercise have been spent on unnecessary
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
this unnecessary and wastefully costly exercise have been spent on unnecessary priority postage? Totally supportive of a fair go and equal rights for all, the bride and I gave a vote to each of the protagonists in the current national poll. You... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Ticket scalping software to be banned in NSWMinister said the Australian-first legislation would stop this from happening.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Minister said the Australian-first legislation would stop this from happening. "It's time that genuine fans got a fair go and were able to access tickets at a reasonable price," Minister Kean said "I'm sick and tired of consumers being... Read more
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The Courier
Fire and brimstone as Mt Egerton debates mine's futureguidelines and encroaching upon 100-metre buffers. Others spoke out against th
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
guidelines and encroaching upon 100-metre buffers. Others spoke out against the critics, determined to give Mr Delahunty a fair go. The Department of Primary Industries is threatening to cancel the operator's mining licence unless it can prove it... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
5 Things to Know About the State Fair of Texas - WednesdayIt's Day 6 of the 2017 State Fair of Texas. Here's 5 things you need to know be
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 16 days ago
It's Day 6 of the 2017 State Fair of Texas. Here's 5 things you need to know before heading to the fair on Wednesday. First thing to know is how to get a discount on admission. On Wednesday's, you can get in for just $4 when you donate 4 canned food... Read more
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Mumbrella
If team Yes fails, the blame should fall on the campaign managersfirst part of this TV slot seems pretty good. Different people make fairly univ
Mumbrella / Posted 16 days ago
first part of this TV slot seems pretty good. Different people make fairly universally appealing points like “It’s about a fair go”, “everybody should be treated equally”, “same rules for everybody”, “it’s about everybody having the same choices”... Read more
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Weekly Times
District’s dream lostrejected the recreation of the United Kingdom’s landed gentry? Inequality breed
Weekly Times / Posted 16 days ago
rejected the recreation of the United Kingdom’s landed gentry? Inequality breeds discontent. What Australia rewards is a fair go. Whether or not this book represents the ever-present evolutions in Western District identity and land ownership... Read more
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The Border Mail
Sometimes you fly high, sometimes you don’twere treated very poorly,’ The Border Mail, September 28) on his experiences wi
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
were treated very poorly,’ The Border Mail, September 28) on his experiences with Virgin however not all stories are bad. FAIR GO: A reader has defended Kevin Mack after the Albury mayor was accused of being out of line in his comments about the... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra had a massive change of heart on same-sex marriagethat denying those of us in same-sex relationships the civil rights accorded th
Business Insider Australia / Posted 17 days ago
that denying those of us in same-sex relationships the civil rights accorded the married is the antithesis of the Aussie ‘fair go’ and perpetuates profound inequality. I hope that my home country will soon be one that validates my committed... Read more
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Perth Now
Calls to boycott Paddle Popprofit last year. “Surely you can afford to treat your workers fairly and pay
Perth Now / Posted 18 days ago
profit last year. “Surely you can afford to treat your workers fairly and pay them a decent wage. “Giving everyone a fair go is the Australian way, not corporate greed. Australians won’t stand by and let this happen.” Last month, Unilever... Read more
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Herald Sun
Calls to boycott Paddle Popprofit last year. “Surely you can afford to treat your workers fairly and pay
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
profit last year. “Surely you can afford to treat your workers fairly and pay them a decent wage. “Giving everyone a fair go is the Australian way, not corporate greed. Australians won’t stand by and let this happen.” Last month, Unilever... Read more
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News.com.au
Calls to boycott Paddle Popprofit last year. “Surely you can afford to treat your workers fairly and pay
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
profit last year. “Surely you can afford to treat your workers fairly and pay them a decent wage. “Giving everyone a fair go is the Australian way, not corporate greed. Australians won’t stand by and let this happen.” Last month, Unilever... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Calls to boycott summer icons Paddle Pop, Gaytimeprofit last year. “Surely you can afford to treat your workers fairly and pay
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
profit last year. “Surely you can afford to treat your workers fairly and pay them a decent wage. “Giving everyone a fair go is the Australian way, not corporate greed. Australians won’t stand by and let this happen.” Last month, Unilever... Read more
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The Age
Private v public: It's business and it involves a process of superiorityin Manus and Nauru should be subject to the same values as Australia espouses g
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
in Manus and Nauru should be subject to the same values as Australia espouses globally: equality, justice, inclusion and a fair go. The government's bid for a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council purportedly reflects "commitment to the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘No’ ad cut from AFL broadcastad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equ
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
ad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equality because they believe in respect, a fair go and that everyone should be treated equally by the law. It is wrong to attack the majority of Australians for this... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘No’ ad cut from AFL broadcastad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equ
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
ad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equality because they believe in respect, a fair go and that everyone should be treated equally by the law. It is wrong to attack the majority of Australians for this... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘No’ ad cut from AFL broadcastad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equ
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
ad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equality because they believe in respect, a fair go and that everyone should be treated equally by the law. It is wrong to attack the majority of Australians for this... Read more
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Perth Now
‘No’ ad cut from AFL broadcastad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equ
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
ad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equality because they believe in respect, a fair go and that everyone should be treated equally by the law. It is wrong to attack the majority of Australians for this... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘No’ ad cut from AFL broadcastad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equ
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 days ago
ad. Picture: Nicole Garmston “The majority of Australians support marriage equality because they believe in respect, a fair go and that everyone should be treated equally by the law. It is wrong to attack the majority of Australians for this... Read more
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